, Wuhan, February 2 (Wu Yili) "The Charm of Embroidery Flowing from the Fire to the Past—Han Embroidery Protection Achievement Exhibition" opened at the Wuhan Museum on the 2nd, and more than 100 pieces of Han embroidery works were unveiled.

The picture shows "The Embroidery Rhythm and Fragrance of Passing on the Fire—Han Embroidery Protection Achievement Exhibition" attracts citizens to watch Zhang Chang's photo

  The exhibition is sponsored by Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism and Jianghan District People's Government, and co-organized by Jianghan District Culture and Tourism Bureau, Wuhan Museum, Jianghan District Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Center and Wuhan Han Embroidery Art Research Institute.

The exhibition is divided into five units: "Splendid Embroidery Inheritance", "Worshiping Taoism", "Gun Clothes Embroidered Clothes", "Mei Shou Yan Tang", "Fragrant Boudoir Embroidery Pavilion", the exhibits cover decorative crafts, costumes, religious folk customs, life There are four categories of supplies, which comprehensively present the history, culture, technical characteristics and artistic value of Han embroidery.

The picture shows "Han Embroidery Embroidery Rhythm and Fragrance—Han Embroidery Protection Achievement Exhibition" exhibited Han embroidery clothing Zhang Chang

  Ren Wei, director of Wuhan Han Embroidery Art Research Institute, introduced that Han embroidery is an embroidery art popular in Jingzhou, Hubei, and Wuhan. It began in the Han Dynasty and flourished in the Tang Dynasty.

Based on Chu embroidery, Han embroidery combines the strengths of the northern and southern embroidery methods. It is bold in conception, rich in color, full of pictures, and strong in decoration.

The picture shows Wu Yili, a high-end clothing that incorporates elements of Han embroidery

  The reporter saw in the exhibition hall that day, from fans and handkerchiefs to official clothes and sedan chairs, the exquisiteness of Han embroidery is everywhere.

A big red sedan chair imitating the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the sedan chair is embroidered with dragon and phoenix, peony, magpie, pomegranate and other patterns, entrusting the blessings of the newlyweds; in the work "Ancient Yellow Crane Tower", pine, plum, mountain Water, water and yellow crane set off the Yellow Crane Tower, showing the romantic and gorgeous features of Han embroidery.

The picture is taken by Wu Yili, who incorporates elements of Han embroidery

  Wen Sisi, who came to the exhibition, is a young practitioner of Han embroidery.

She said that Han embroidery is a traditional Chinese craft. As a younger generation, she hopes to pass on Han embroidery.