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THROUGH FEBRUARY 10, 2019 EMPRESSES of China’s Forbidden City P E A B O D Y E S S E X M U S E U M P R E S E N T S DrinkingTea fromYinzhen’sTwelveLadies (detail). Courtpainters,Beijing,possibly includingZhang Zhen (active late17th–early18thcentury)orhis sonZhangWeibang (about1725–about1775), Kangxiperiod,1709–23,hangingscroll, inkand coloronsilk,PalaceMuseum,Gu6458-7/12. ©ThePalaceMuseum. The exhibition is made possible by generous support from Liu Dan; Henry Luce Foundation; the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation; the National Endowment for the Humanities; the Bei Shan Tang Foundation; Carolyn and Peter S. Lynch and the Lynch Foundation; Shirley Z. Johnson and Charles Rumph; the Richard C. von Hess Foundation; Anonymous; the AMG Foundation; the Coby Foundation, Ltd.; Eaton Vance; American Friends of the Shanghai Museum; the Blakemore Foundation; Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo; Quan Zhou and Dr. Xiaohua Zhang; Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund; Skinner, Inc.; the Ellen Bayard Weedon Foundation; Robert N. Shapiro; Sandra Urie and Frank Herron; and Dr. Young Yang Chung. We also recognize the generosity of the East India Ma rine Associates of the Peab ody Essex Museum. James B. and Mary Lou Hawkes have generously supported additional exhibition programming. Media partners: The Boston Globe and China Daily. Social media sponsor: www.BostonStu dents.org. EmpressesofChina’sForbiddenCity isorganizedbythePeabodyEssexMuseum;theFreerGalleryofArtandArthurM.SacklerGallery,Smithsonian Institution,Washington,D.C.;andthePalaceMuseum,Beijing,China. 161 Essex St. | Salem, MA | pem.org Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment has been organized by the Princeton University Art Museum. Leadership support has been provided by Shelly and Tony Malkin; Annette Merle-Smith; Henry Luce Foundation; and the National Endowment for the Arts. Carolyn and Peter S. Lynch andThe Lynch Foundation andThe AndrewW. Mellon Foundation provided generous support. We also recognize the generosity of the East India Marine Associates of the Peabody Essex Museum. Media partners: Art New England and Outfront Media. Alexandre Hogue, Crucified Land (detail), 1939. Oil on canvas. Gift ofThomas Gilcrease Foundation, 1955 Gilcrease Museum,Tulsa Oklahoma. © Estate of Alexandre Hogue. Last chance!
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