Apr 3, 2010

FDC Name:Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains.
Issue Date: 20th MARCH 2010.
Details:Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains is the magnum opus and one of the few surviving works by the Yuan Dynasty painter Huang Gongwang (1269 - 1354). Painted between 1348 and 1350, the Chinese landscape painting was burnt into two pieces during the reign of the Shunzhi Emperor (1644 - 1661) in Qing Dynasty. Today, one piece is kept in the Zhejiang Provincial Museum in Hangzhou, China; while the other is kept in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan. The entire painting combined would measure 691.3 cm in length.
On March 20, 2010, China National Philatelic Corporation issued a set of two first-day covers carrying a set of six special stamp, "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains", with a total face value of 9.60yuan. All of the six pictures are named "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains".

Technical Details:
Serial number : 2010-7
Values in set : 6
Denomination : 9.30 yuan
Size of stamp: 60 * 30 mm
Perforation: 13.5
Sheet composition: 12(se-tenant)
Size of sheet: 230 * 146 mm
Designer of stamp: Hao Xudong
Editor in Charge: Wang Jing
Printing process: photo gravure
Printer: Beijing Postage Stamp Printing House

Remark:Nice self made FDC sent on issue date by registered post and received by me on 31st MARCH 2010,I would love to receive the Sheetlet/Minisheet FDC from the same issue .This is one of the best Art by painter Huang Gongwang in ink.Great work & great stamps.

1 comment:

Gulfmann Collection said...

This is an illegal stamps issue,

The China communist regime postal authority
was issued this ancient painting stamps without
written permission from Taiwan National Palace
Museum, the original painting is keeping in
Taiwan National Palace Museum.
This is an illegal piracy stamps issue by the
China Beijing communist regime.


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