During the Qing dynasty, the emperor Kangxi chose Wang Hui (1632-1717), to direct the paintings of several scrolls documenting the pageantry and the politics of the Kangxi Emperor's tour and inspection of territories. With vivid detail and rich colors, these scrolls follow the route of the emperor's inspection tour from Beijing in the north, along the Grand Canal, crossing the Yellow and the Yangzi rivers, to cultural centers of the South -- Yangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, and Hangzhou.
26" X 26"
Printed on front and back
Invisible zipper enclosure
Includes duck feather insert
Wash Care Instructions: Remove cover from insert. Flip cover inside out and wash in cold, gentle cycle.