Lang Shih-ning is the Chinese name of the Italian Giuseppe Castiglione. Castiglione entered the Jesuit order at the age of nineteen and studied painting and architecture. At the age of twenty-seven he came to China as a missionary and was called to serve at the Inner Court. Noted for his painting of human figures and flowers and birds, he is particularly famous for his horse paintings.
The creativity of this item is inspired by National Palace Museum's collection, "Paired Cranes in the Shade with Flowers, Giuseppe Castiglione, Qing Dynasty".
The picture has gone through high resolution image processing and professional color management, and been printed on the high-quality art paper to reproduce the original warm texture and delicate colors.
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