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A bowl with One Hundred Flowers motif
Place of Origin: China, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province
Historical Period: Qing dynasty (1644-1911), Reign of the Jiaqing emperor (1796-1820)
Materials: Porcelain with overglaze polychrome decoration
Dimensions: H. 2 5/8 in x Diam. 5 1/8 in, H. 6.7 cm x Diam. 13.0 cm
Credit Line: The Avery Brundage Collection
Department: Chinese Art
Collection: Ceramics
Object Number: B60P2096
On Display: Yes
Location: Loggia 4

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Marks: Jiaqing mark
Exhibition History: "Chinese Treasures from the Avery Brundage Collection", Asia House Gallery (New York) 1/18/1968-3/3/1968, Detroit Institute of Arts 3/26/1968-5/7/1968, The Art Institute of Chicago 6/5/1968-7/7/1968, Honolulu Academy of Arts 8/1/1968-9/15/1968, Seattle Art Museum 10/15/1968-11/24/1968, Portland Art Museum 12/5/1968-12/27/1968, M. H. De Young Memorial Museum 1/15/1969-2/16/1969

"The Hundred Flowers: Botanical Motifs in Chinese Art", Asian Art Museum, March 24-June 25, 1985

"Hidden Meanings: Symbolism in Chinese Imperial Arts", Asian Art Museum, October 7- December 31, 2006

"Flower Power", Asian Art Museum, 6/23/2017-10/1/2017
Marks: Jiaqing mark
Exhibition History: "Chinese Treasures from the Avery Brundage Collection", Asia House Gallery (New York) 1/18/1968-3/3/1968, Detroit Institute of Arts 3/26/1968-5/7/1968, The Art Institute of Chicago 6/5/1968-7/7/1968, Honolulu Academy of Arts 8/1/1968-9/15/1968, Seattle Art Museum 10/15/1968-11/24/1968, Portland Art Museum 12/5/1968-12/27/1968, M. H. De Young Memorial Museum 1/15/1969-2/16/1969

"The Hundred Flowers: Botanical Motifs in Chinese Art", Asian Art Museum, March 24-June 25, 1985

"Hidden Meanings: Symbolism in Chinese Imperial Arts", Asian Art Museum, October 7- December 31, 2006

"Flower Power", Asian Art Museum, 6/23/2017-10/1/2017