RMAE71H3–Eastern Qing Tombs complex in Hebei province, China
RMWFN06A–Qing dish. Jingdezhen ware. Dish with wucai design of birds, Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty (1662-1722 AD)
RM2HWW19M–The retaking of Nanjing by Qing troops. A scene of the Taiping Rebellion, 1850-1864. The Taiping Rebellion was a widespread civil war in southern China from 1850 to 1864, led by heterodox Christian convert Hong Xiuquan, who, having received visions, maintained that he was the younger brother of Jesus Christ, against the ruling Manchu-led Qing Dynasty.
RM2BDXF4F–Qing Dynasty, Mandarin Square with Egret
RMMKPPK7–Crown of the Empress Xiao Qing 1600
RMKWDJMF–BAMBOO BRANCH WITH BERRIES AND BIRDS, 17th c., Chinese painting, Qing dynasty, ink, color on silk. Birds were one of the major subjects of Chinese painters. These two are depicted eating berries on the branch of a tree (BSLOC 2017 16 9)
RM2DH6P6X–Portrait of the Kangxi Emperor in Court Dress - Anonymous Qing Dynasty Court Painter
RMG3C7DT–The Western Qing tombs, Yi County, Hebei Province, China
RMCFAXAA–A silk underskirt with gold buttons for a Chinese Dragon Robe from the Qing Dynasty
RM2FMXCY0–Chinese Empress Xiaojingxian (1681-1731), Empress consort of the Qing Dynasty (1723-1731), hanging scroll, 1700-1799
RM2B01B1E–China: Mirror painting of a woman playing a flute, late Qing Dynasty, c. 1840-1860. Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image.
RM2H2CR36–Empress Xiaoduanwen (1599-1649) Chinese consort of Hong Taiji during the Qing dynasty from 1636 until her husband's death in 1643, after which she was known as Empress dowager.
RMDYECXX–Cup with Cover and Stand 1775. Qing Dynasty
RMFF8YP4–A map of China under the Manchus; The Ta Ch'ing Dynasty or Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912.
RF2J87676–China. Qing (Manchu) Dynasty 1900 AD borders. Treaty Ports 1935 old map
RM2C8YR2P–BATTLE OF PALIKAO 21 September 1860 between Anglo-French forces and the Qing Empire during the Second Opium War.
RME0XHXE–Mao Zedong with wife Jiang Qing
RME7A2RT–Shunzhi or Shun-chih (1638-1661), 3rd Emperor of Qing Dynasty and 1st Qing Emperor to rule China, 1644-1661, Woodcut, circa 1719
RM2A5YYA4–Single-coloured porcelain from Jingdezhen. Ming to Qing dynasty. Dated 16th Century
RMFTA3E8–Statue of a woman Qing Dynasty 1765-1807 China Chinese
RMWFN0BR–Qing vase. Jingdezhen ware. Vase with Fencai design of eight immortals, Quianlong reign of the Qing Dynasty (1736-1795 AD)
RMDKNHTM–This illustration dates to 1900 and shows a bookseller in China. At the time, the Qing dynasty was in power.
RM2BDXF4C–Qing Dynasty, Mandarin Square with White Crane
RMCXRAR6–Chinese Art. Buddha Heshang. China, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark.
RMTB7M6E–Six Chinese jade miniature sculptures, Ming/Qing dynasty, White, grey, yellowish and green-grey jade, cut in the shape of fruits and animals. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMENE2P7–Qing nobleman in winter coat, 1860s - Albumen photo of a man in winter coat
RMTWB2YW–The Fuling Mausoleum, Qing Dynasty - Shenyang, China
RFCFAXC5–A Chinese Dragon Robe from the Qing Dynasty 19th Century. Woven and embroidered with gold thread and silk depicting nine dragons.
RMG4AEPW–An 18th Century ivory, gilt bronze and hard stone panel from the Chinese Qing dynasty, which is expected to fetch up to 200,000 at auction on Thursday, is moved and prepared for exhibition at Chorley's auctioneers, Gloucester.
RM2B01AGM–China: A woman in her Qing finery rides a donkey, Late Qing Dynasty photograph, possibly by John Thomson (1837-1921) or Lai Afong (1839-1890), 1887. In this carefully posed photograph, the woman appears dressed as a bride preparing to ride to her wedding.
RMMKPPGG–Hua Qing at her Bath
RMDYEEWR–Porcelain Vase from the Qing Dynasty 17th Century A.D.
RMFFERYW–The First Sino-Japanese War, 1894 fought between the Qing Empire of China and the Empire of Japan.
RF2HG3EJ6–Chinese medieval painting: Portrait Of A Priest. Qing dynasty, China. Book illustration reproduction of 1912.
RM2ABHP9D–Portrait of Li Hongzhang. Engraving of the 19th century. Li Hongzhang, Marquess Suyi (also romanised as Li Hung-chang) (15 February 1823 – 7 November 1901), was a Chinese politician, general and diplomat of the late Qing dynasty. He quelled several major rebellions and served in important positions in the Qing imperial court, including the Viceroy of Zhili, Huguang and Liangguang.
RMBRBW0H–Incense, Yua Hai Qing Miao Temple, Singapore
RM2A5YW91–Blue and white porcelain charger from the Qing Dynasty, depicting a dragon. Dated 1875
RMF431Y7–Paper Money of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
RMWFN08K–Qing vase. Jingdezhen ware. Vase with underglaze blue design of landscape, Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty (1662-1722 AD)
RMDXKF0R–AI QING WAN SUI
RMT95073–Woodblock illustration from an edition of 1909 (1st year of the Xuantong reign period of the Qing dynasty). Shows the figure of a middle-aged man, with the Heart Envelope channel of hand jueyin, the heart channel of hand shaoyin, the kidney channel of foot shaoyin, the lung channel of hand taiyin and the stomach channel of foot yangming drawn on his body.
RMDW495Y–Li Hongzhang or Li Hung Chang (1823-1901). Politician, general, and diplomat of the late Qing Empire. Engraving.
RMTB7KFE–A Chinese jade 'Dragon' belt hook, Qing dynasty, 18th century, Curved belt hook of greenish-white jade with pierced dragon at top. Length 13.2 cm. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2DH6P7E–A German map of the Chinese Empire during the height of the Qing dynasty. The Qing dynasty is considered to be a Central Plain dynasty, a unified dynasty, and a conquest dynasty - 1810s
RMTWB2YB–The Fuling Mausoleum, Qing Dynasty - Shenyang, China
RMCFAX94–A Chinese Dragon Robe Coat from the Qing Dynasty 19th Century. Woven and embroidered with gold thread and silk depicting nine dragons.
RM2CHC6F0–Romy Clark (left) and May Matthews from Bonhams Edinburgh display a Qing dynasty Chinese embroidered silk robe (estimate £800-1,200) during a photo call for the upcoming Home and Interiors sale, and Sporting and Wildlife sale, at Bonhams, Edinburgh, on September 23, 2020.
RM2B01B1F–China: Mirror painting of a woman reclining in a chair, late Qing Dynasty, c. 1840-1860. Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image.
RMWX89G9–buildings of qing dynasty
RM2K0AMPP–Mao Zedong with Jiang Qing and their daughter Li Na in Yan'an.
RM2AKBJ1B–The Daoguang Emperor, 1782 - 1850. Eighth Emperor of the Qing dynasty. Born Aisin Gioro Mianning. After a 19th century print.
RMJ8Y464–Guilin, China. Oral History Performer in Costume of Qing Dynasty Court Official.
RMFBRAGW–China, Beijing, The Forbidden City, Qian Qing Gong, Palace of Heavenly Purity
RMCBG1WN–1854 engraving of the Xianfeng Emperor, the ninth Emperor of the Qing Dynasty.
RF2F9D7HX–Li Hung Chang. The caption for this 1900 photo reads: “Li Hung Chang Venerable Chinese diplomat wealthiest man in China was admirer of U S Grant Has traveled extensively in USA.” Li Hongzhang, Marquess Suyi (also romanized as Li Hung-chang; 1823 –1901) was a Chinese politician, general and diplomat of the late Qing dynasty
RMP6804T–Ancient China: Cylindrical jar with dragon decorations; Qing Dynasty, 1644 - 1912 AD. Blue-and-white ceramic.
RMF431YB–Paper Money of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
RMWFN097–Qing vase. Jingdezhen ware. Blue and white Vase with scenes of the west lake, Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty (1662-1722 AD)
RM2D4P61E–1924 - A family (oddly dressed in swimming outfits?) playing Mah Jongg (various spellings e.g. Mah-Jongg, Mahjong, Majong etc). It became the latest craze in Britain in that year. The game was developed during the Qing dynasty in China and has since spread throughout the world since the early 20th century.
RMT96KXH–Woodblock illustration from an edition of 1909 (1st year of the Xuantong reign period of the Qing dynasty). Shows the figure of a middle-aged man, with the Heart Envelope channel of hand jueyin, the heart channel of hand shaoyin, the kidney channel of foot shaoyin, the lung channel of hand taiyin and the stomach channel of foot yangming drawn on his body.
RMDX335H–Li Hongzhang or Li Hung Chang (1823-1901). Politician, general, and diplomat of the late Qing Empire. Engraving. Colored.
RMTB7KGE–A Chinese jade 'Dragon' belt hook, Qing dynasty, 18th century, Curved belt hook of greenish-white jade with pierced dragon at top. Length 13.2 cm. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMEMJWX6–A Civil Official in Qing Dynasty 19th Century - Lam Qua
RMTWB2X7–The Fuling Mausoleum, Qing Dynasty - Shenyang, China
RMPGWYJ2–Colonel Sir Claude Maxwell MacDonald, British minister to Qing Dynasty Empire of China, and British Minister to the Empire of Korea. He was instrumental in securing the Second Peking Convention, which obtained for Britain the 99 year lease on Hong Kong. Led the defence of the foreign legations in 1900, under siege during the Boxer Rebellion, and was Britain's first ambassador to Japan.
RMGA8N3B–Winter Olympics - Salt Lake City 2002 - Figure Skating - Pairs Free Programme. China's Qing Pang and partner Jian Tong in action during the pairs free programme
RM2B01AK7–China: A wedding in late Qing China, c. 1890. The bride and groom wear traditional Chinese clothing or han fu; the bride has bound feet. Hanfu or Han Chinese clothing refers to the historical dress of the Han Chinese people, which was worn for millennia before the conquest by the Manchus and the establishment of the Qing Dynasty in 1644.
RMD350AR–Chinese porcelain jar from the Qing dynasty - circa mid 18th century
RMDYEETW–Porcelain Bottle from the Qing Dynasty 18th Century A.D.
RM2AT54EP–Tchien Lung, The Qianlong Emperor, 1711 –1799. Sixth Emperor of the Qing dynasty,
RMGFT6JK–Adorned libation bowl of Qianlong Emperor, 1711-1799, Qing dynasty
RMFBRAJ5–China, Beijing, The Forbidden City, Qian Qing Gong, Palace of Heavenly Purity
RMBMF27Y–Ancient Ming-Qing Street, Pingyao, Shanxi Province, China
RF2JRY57F–The caption for this map from The Travels of Marco Polo Vol I as translated by Henry Yule reads: “Great Temple of Heaven – Peking.” The Temple of Heaven is an imperial complex of religious buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing. The complex was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for a good harvest. Marco Polo was a Venetian traveler who left Venice, Italy, with his father Niccolo and uncle Maffeo in 1271. He arrived in China in 1275 where Kublai Khan had his court, and returned home in 1294. Note that the c
RM2A6005D–Portrait of Guangxu Emperor (1871-1908) eleventh emperor of the Qing dynasty, and the ninth Qing emperor to rule over China.
RMF431YA–Paper Money of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
RMWFN09X–Qing vase. Jingdezhen ware. Vase with red and golden reserved design of birds and animals, Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty (1662-1722 AD)
RMF4CKBP–China, Ningxia. Feng Qing, chairman of Leirenshou Grape Winery, holds a bottle of his wine.
RMT950DR–Illustration showing renmai (the Director Vessel, often translated as Conception Vessel) from Renti jingmai tu (Illustrations of the Channels of the Human Body), a manuscript text executed during the Kangxi reign period of the Qing dynasty (1662-1722). Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine in which thin needles are inserted into the body. It is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
RM2J4H6HE–Guangxu (1871-1908). Emperor of China (1875-1908). Qing Dynasty. Personal name Zaitian. Portrait. Engraving. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1898.
RMTB7KGT–A pair of Chinese jade belt buckles, Qing dynasty, 18th century, Finely carved, associated set of greenish-white jade with pierced dragon at top. Total length 11.3 cm. China, Chinese, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMEMJWX1–A Military Officer in Qing Dynasty, 19th Century, Lam Qua
RMTWB2XE–The Fuling Mausoleum, Qing Dynasty - Shenyang, China
RMCX1J3C–Chinese Qing Dynasty, Covered Box for Seal Paste, Kangxi period, 1662/1722, porcelain with peachbloom glaze
RMGA8N3G–Winter Olympics - Salt Lake City 2002 - Figure Skating - Pairs Free Programme. China's Qing Pang and partner Jian Tong in action during the pairs free programme
RM2B00YF9–China: Emperor Daoguang (1782 - 1850), birth name Mianning/Minning and temple name Xuanzong. Hanging scroll painting, 19th century. The Daoguang Emperor (16 September 1782 – 25 February 1850) was the seventh emperor of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the sixth Qing emperor to rule over China proper, from 1820 to 1850.
RMD350AN–Chinese porcelain jar from the Qing dynasty - circa mid 18th century
RMF7PAEJ–Fahua wares from the Ming to Qing dynasty. Dated 17th Century.
RM2AKHF05–The Kangxi Emperor, 1654 – 1722, born Aisin Gioro Xuanye, fourth Emperor of the Qing dynasty.
RF2HDAJ22–Engraving of China of the 19th century: Qing Mandarin who smokes opium. 1843
RMFBRB75–China, Beijing, The Forbidden City, Qian Qing Gong, Palace of Heavenly Purity
RMBMF281–Ancient Ming-Qing Street, Pingyao, Shanxi Province, China
RMAHN9Y9–Shenyang Imperial Palace, Phoenix Tower where Qing dynasty founders first ruled
RM2A60115–Illustration of Keying (1787-1858) a Manchu statesman during the Qing dynasty who conducted the settlement of the First Opium War with the British and other western powers between 1843 and 1847
RMF43196–Jade Fisherman Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art China
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