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"Emperor Qianlong Picture with Vectors" axis, Qing Qianlong, Lang Shining and other paintings, silk, color, 259 cm vertical, 172.2 cm horizontal.
No authorship or seal. Emperor Jun Qianlong's "Eight Zheng Niannian Treasures", "Five Fus and Five Dynasties Tang Ancient Rare Heavenly Son Treasures" and "Treasures of Emperor Tai Shang".
This picture is one of the series of hunting themes painted by the imperial court painters under the command of Emperor Qianlong. The picture shows Emperor Qianlong, over 30 years old, riding a horse and enjoying his arrows alone. Its imperial arrows have a variety of names and shapes. There are iron, gold-plated iron, ivory, horn, bone, wood and other textures. Kodo is made of poplar and birch. Feathers are selected from rare or brightly colored bird feathers. All the feather arrows that hit the prey during hunting leave merits on them and are not used for storage, so as to warn future generations not to forget to be armed.
From the perspective of brushwork, the portrait of Emperor Qianlong and the white horse system in this picture were painted by Western painter Lang Shining, who is good at realism. Lang Shining, on the basis of using Chinese painting tools to halo horses, also skillfully absorbed the techniques of Western painting light and shadow, and used the changes of light and shade to show the real and vivid texture of horse's volume, muscle and fur in different shades. The rocks and trees in the picture should come from the hands of Chinese painters. Open waters, delicate and multi-branch trees, coupled with the elegant arrow-appreciating movements of Emperor Qianlong, are a masterpiece of Chinese and Western painters.