Concubine Ming Passing the Border
- Image Number: K2A002061N000000000PAA
- Dynasty: Yuan dynasty
- Category: Paintings
- Form: 軸
- Exhibition dimension: 92.8×43.1
The Book of the Han Dynasty records that in the third year of BC, Hun Huhanyeshanyu surrendered to Hanwei and was willing to become the son-in-law of Han, so the Yuan Emperor granted Shanyu the imperial palace king Qiang (Zhao Jun). Later generations pay attention to the historical fact of sympathy, and the story also adds plots and images. For example, “the lute on horseback” originally refers to the musician playing the lute on Zhaojun’s way out of the fortress for consolation; However, the Tang poetry depicts Zhaojun going out of the fortress, and has joined the image of Zhaojun immediately playing the pipa and pouring out his grievances.
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