The Qin Family Ancestral Hall is located in a scenic area with Ningbo Tianyi Pavilion Library. Of course, I am very happy to receive tickets only once, but it seems that many places have confused these two completely different views. On some websites, pictures of Qin's Ancestral Hall were actually included in the introduction of Tianyi Pavilion. This is really unsatisfactory for Tianyi Pavilion. Where can Tianyi Pavilion be so luxurious and brilliant? What makes me stupid is that I do n’t know if it is a standard commentary. In scenic spots, I often hear guides passing by say confidently, “The Qin Family Ancestral Hall and the Tianyi Pavilion Library are completely integrated, and they are well connected.” Hehe … The Qin Family Ancestral Temple was built in the early twentieth century. How does it integrate with the Tianyi Pavilion, which bears the vicissitudes of history? In doing so, I really don't know who is borrowing whose name.
The Qin Family Ancestral Hall is extremely luxurious. The temple is based on the north-south axis, and consists of a large-scale wooden structure group consisting of a wall, an entrance hall, a stage, a main hall, a rear hall, and left and right chambers. Carving everywhere, engraving everywhere, dissolving folk crafts such as wood carving, brick carving, stone carving, gold-plating, torture and so on. It is natural, orderly and not messy, luxurious but not public, and the temple of Wuyuan in memory has Such a scale, but there is no luxury here; the temple in Shanxi has such carvings, but there is no exquisiteness here; the temple in Jiangnan has such a design, but there is no brilliant here ...
The sculptures of Xuanliang are mostly various patterns of flowers, birds, and figures, such as dragons and phoenixes, magpies, plums, squirrels, and horses. The contents of the carved patterns on the door are mostly stories. There are baby play figures, fishermen reading pictures and characters from Yue Fei, and the characters in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The carvings of these patterns are meticulous and the story is very popular. No wonder so many people Thinking about these patterns, dazed
Even on the porch, the stigma has not been ignored. Almost all the stigmas are engraved with double dragon play beads and dragon spit beads. These patterns are carved and carved, and the image is vivid. The top is covered with cinnabar and gold foil. The stigma that came out shone with unbridled light in the sun, and these lights were blocked by the high courtyard wall.
The essence of the Qin Family Ancestral Temple is all integrated into the theater located in the center of the temple. In the memory, the imperial theater in the Forbidden City cannot be seen to the right of this pavilion. The design of Zaijing is the most clever. The 16 geometric curves composed of a bucket arched plate with a raised mouth hovering up to the top of the dome. The middle is covered with a bright mirror. Looking up into a wonderful state, this Zaijing is not only beautiful, but also gathers. The role of sound and resonance really can be called "ghost axe master"
When I entered the stage, an art teacher was leading a class of students to explain on the spot, so I couldn't help but slow down and listen to him tell about Chinese history, Chinese colors, Chinese woodcarvings, so I knew the origin of Chinese colors In the ancient five-color worship, the "orthogonal colors" of the five colors of red, yellow, blue, white, and black, through the Debate of the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Period, formed the prototype of the Five Elements Colorology system in the Han Dynasty, and the color concept was eventually transformed into a logical reasoning method and ideological cognition Schema, and extensively penetrate the formal beauty standards in the use of folk formation color, and finally formed the Chinese aesthetics of five colors, which is why folks use red and yellow.
I wandered around the stage for a long time, I wish I could take all the details, but unfortunately I can't go up to the building to see it. What a happiness if I can enjoy the sculptures up close!
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