Saddle Rugs from China: De Jong – De Roode Collection

Category: Exhibitions

A special exhibition “Saddle Rugs from China and Related Areas: the De Jong – De Roode Collection” will be a part of Sartirana Textile Show 2011 in Sartirana Lomellina, 14-18 September, 2011.

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Ningxia top saddle rug second half 18th century.

This important exhibition includes some thirty saddle rugs from Ningxia, Inner-Mongolia, Xinjiang and Tibet ranging from the 17th to the early 20th century.

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Inner Mongolian under saddle rug late 18th / early 19th century
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Ningxia under saddle rug second half 18th century

It reviews the development of a type of rug that, in spite of its old age of more than 2500 years, is hardly known. This history is based on a recent research by art-historian Koos de Jong into representations of saddle rugs; not only in Chinese painting, but also in sculpture and the applied arts. By comparison of this wealth of images with the published preserved saddle rugs a useful typology has been developed. The results of his research will be published in Hali Magazine and later in a book.

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Tibetan Imperial under saddle rug late 19th / early 20th century
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Suiyuan (Baotou) under saddle rug late 19th century
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Tibetan under saddle rug late 19th / early 20th century
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Ningxia under saddle rug first half 19th century
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Ningxia saddle second half 18th century
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Tibetan under saddlerug late 19th / early 20th century
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Tibetan under saddle rug second half 19th century

For more information about the exhibition contact Koos de Jong and for information about the 7th Sartirana Textile Show contact Alberto Boralevi

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