The Six Arts Museum has a rich collection of folk arts pieces. It’s gallery exhibition area exceeds 18,000 sqm, and it displays more than 40,000 ancient folk art pieces, including a large number of plaques, which are of high artistic and historical value.
As the consultant of Lili Development and Preservation Office, Mr. Lee Haimin has visited Six Arts Museum numerous times. He has studied and written about many of the museum’s pieces.
Mr. Lee recently began to study the museum’s plaques, and he will continue to share his research on his WeChat official account from time to time. We will also repost his articles as soon as possible on our Six Arts Museum Official Account.
Recently, Show Jiangnan magazine in Nanjing reposted an article by Mr. Lee Haiming on the explanation of plaques in the Six Arts Museum —— Special Meaning of Apricot Flower, and our official account also reposted the article.
Click the photo of the plaque below to read the original article
Repost | Special Meaning of Apricot Flower
So far, more than a dozen of Mr. Li Haimin’s articles explaining plaques in the Six Arts Museum have been reposted on the Six Arts Museum Official Account. Links to the reposted articles are shown below, please feel free to read at your leisure.
Thanks to Mr. Lee Haiming for his excellent research and editing, his work has provided meaningful and significant reference materials concerning ancient plaques in the Six Arts Museum, and his research has played an important role in the preservation and dissemination of the meaning and culture of Chinese plaques.