Sichuan Museum is located on Huanhua South Street in Chengdu's Wuhou District (to the east of Huanhuaxi Park). Among the most distinctive museum's collections are the Bhag Bronze, Zhang Daqian's paintings and the Sichuan Han Dynasty portrait bricks and pottery. Dafeng Hall contains many of Zhang Daqian works, especially the Dunhuang murals.
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Generally speaking, the provincial museums are all in the provincial capital city. Today, the Sichuan Museum is generally higher than the museum. The Sichuan Museum is the largest comprehensive museum in the southwest, but the venue is not as domineering as I expected. I always feel that the collections in the exhibition hall are a bit messy, and the tour has a bit of chaos. The Sichuan Museum is mainly a pavilion divided according to the theme.
Sichuan Museum is located in the Huaxi River Historical and Cultural Scenic Area, and the Du Fu Caotang is squatting. The scenery here is quite good. The huge triangle plum at the entrance of the museum is really impressive.
Dafengtang is the special exhibition hall of Mr. Zhang Daqian. The "Dafengtang" is taken from the name of the studio that Mr. Zhang Daqian once founded with his brother. The collections here are all the paintings of Mr. Zhang Daqian, the most important of which is Mr. Zhang Daqian. Although there are still many unfinished manuscripts in the works of Dunhuang murals in Linyi, it is also a rare work. It is basically a unique existence and is an invaluable painting. The
Bat Bronze Museum is also a bronze ware exhibited in accordance with the vintage. These collections are all from the surrounding areas of Chengdu, reflecting the differences in life culture between Cuba and other vassal states. I really like the patterns on these seals, all kinds of texts, totems, all represent a kind of spirit.
Sichuan Museum is located in the Huanhuaxi Historical and Cultural Scenic Area in Qingyang District, Chengdu. It is the largest comprehensive museum in Southwest China. The museum has no tickets, directly swipe the ID card, and you can go through the security check. The exhibition is divided into three floors. The first floor has the Sichuan Han Dynasty ceramic stone art exhibition, the second floor has the Bayu bronze exhibition hall, the ceramic boutique exhibition hall, the painting and calligraphy museum and the Zhang Daqian works exhibition. The third floor is the Tibetan Buddhist Cultural Relics Museum and the Wanfo Temple stone carving. Pavilion, Sichuan National Cultural Relics Exhibition, Arts and Crafts Museum, Centennial Sichuan Pavilion.