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"Qianlong Emperor Lixiong Tu" axis, Qing Qianlong, Lang Shining and other paintings, silk, color, vertical 259 cm, horizontal 171.6 cm.
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. Drawing the scene of Emperor Qianlong in his thirties meeting the black bear in the field. In order to show Emperor Qianlong's bravery and bravery, the author not only depicts him confronting the bear alone without fear, but also depicts the formidable black bear as timid and cowardly, and his nervous manner of cowering behind the tree, which reflects Emperor Qianlong's dangerous imperial demeanor.
Documents show that when Emperor Qianlong went hunting with his grandfather Emperor Kangxi at the age of 12 at Mangka enclosure in Yongan, he showed the courage to face fierce black bears. Afterwards, Emperor Kangxi once uttered the praise that "life is precious and fortune is excessive".
From the point of view of brushwork, the Emperor Qianlong and his horse were painted by Western painter Xun Shining, who was good at portraying reality. The bears and hill and stone trees were sketched by Chinese Palace painters. The large area of floating clouds in the picture not only expands the distance between the long-range and near-range space, but also makes the life-and-death situation of human-bear confrontation peaceful and peaceful with its light and graceful form.