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Shanghai Museum

 

 

Shanghai Museum Shanghai Museum is a large-scale museum of displaying China’s ancient art. More than 12,000 pieces of rare and valuable antiques are quite well preserved in the museum. Shanghai Museum is characteristic for keeping the bronze ware, chinaware, calligraphy and painting works. It is well-known at home and abroad for the diversity of antiques and the delicacy of quality. 

 

Shanghai Museum was founded in 1952, and its original address is west Nanjing Road 325. In 1952, Shanghai Municipal Government made a decision that establishing the new Shanghai Museum buildings in a part of golden terra of people square in Shanghai downtown. Since then it began its development. 

 

The museum covers 2800 square meters. It is generally divided into Showroom of China’s copperware, Showroom of China’s chinaware, Showroom of China’s traditional painting, and Showroom of China’s ancient seal. Some successful exhibitions have been done in Hong Kong, America and Japan such as Copper Exhibition of Shanghai Museum, Six-Thousand-Year Art Display of China, Rare Chinaware Display of Shanghai Museum, Calligraphy Exhibition of Ming and Qing Dynasties, Display of Yangzhou Eight-Masters, Display on Liberator’s Study in later Ming Dynasty.

 

The total coverage of Shanghai Museum is 12,000 square meters. The first floor is China’s Ancient Copper Hall, China’s Ancient Sculpture Hall and Exhibition Hall. The second floor is China’s Ancient Chinaware Hall, Zandelou Chinaware Hall and Exhibition Hall. The third floor is China’s Ancient Calligraphy Hall, China’s Ancient Seal Hall. The fourth floor is the China’s Ancient Seal Hall, China’s Ancient Money Hall, China’s Furniture Hall of Ming and Qing Dynasties, China’s Arts Hall and Exhibition of Minority People.

 

The museum is equipped with advanced fire and safe protection equipments, electrical education equipments, the computer management system of antique and rare book documents, building-automatization management system, equipments of automatization-control on humidity and temperature in showroom and depot. What have also been established is the Lecture Hall of Shanghai Museum, which is used for academic report, and some special rooms for study and research. Apart from that, Some exported system of simultaneous interpretation and visual and audio systems also have been assembled. All of these equipments offer good touring environment for visitors and help to improve the cultural taste of Shanghai as an international metropolis.

      
display of the ancient relic The advanced fire and safe protection equipments, electrical education equipments, the computer management system of antique and rare book documents, building-automatization management system, equipments of automatization-control on humidity and temperature in showroom and depot. Lecture Hall of Shanghai Museum used for academic report and some special rooms for study and research have also been established. Some experted system of simultaneous interpretation and visual and audio systems also have been assembled. All of these equipments offer good environment of tour for visitors at home and abroad and offer great help to improve the cultural taste of Shanghai as an international metropolis.

 

Shanghai Museum is famous for its massive collection of delicate art antiques from anywhere in the world. Among them, the copperwares, chinawares and ancient calligraphy and painting are more typical. The copperwares of Shanghai Museum mainly come from famous antiques of the several collectors of Southern Yangtze River in late Qing Dynasty.

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