Architecture and Furniture
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  •  Ancient Chinese architecture was dominated by wooden structures, so woodcarving is most commonly used in architectural decoration. Depending on where the woodcarving is located, these works can be divided into various wood carving decorations such as doors, windows, beams, and interior decoration. After the Daoguang Period of the Qing Dynasty, Chinese artisans settled in Taiwan and started apprenticeship. At that time, the economic conditions were excellent, so people selected premium materials for refinement, exquisite workmanship, and calm production. The most abundant and well-preserved works were in the traditional temples and wooden architectural monuments. Carving is an important decorative technique. In addition to practicality, decoration with aesthetic functions is added. Besides aesthetics, various cultural connotations were given to decoration, making decorative arts a unique subject.

Updated:2020-04-22 PM 06:18:43