The Han dynasty is argued to be China's single greatest royal dynasty, where great inventions were made. Han introduced paper and lead-glazed ceramics, and advanced silk knitting methods. Tombs were artfully adorned with portraits and fractal designs. The Han era saw the appearance of wall portraits, paintings on standing room deflector windows, and scrolls.
Han funerary art was rather advanced, and it is generally matched up to Egyptian tomb art. Tombs are usually manufactured of brick and ornately decorated, depending on the deceased's status. Bronze vessels shaped like humans, birds, and mythical beasts were created for sacrificial purposes as well as daily use, such as torches, mirrors, and clothes hooks. Silk knitting in vivid colors and designs, such as spatial shapes or cloud and mountain scenes, grew in importance as an enterprise and a source of revenue for export. Lacquer was perfected to its best during the Han dynasty. Lacquered wine cups discovered in the finest quality of Han lacquerware. A few of the initial artificial pigments to be utilized in the art are a shade identified as "Han purple."
Bronze sculptures like Chinese dragon sculptures and artifacts were also produced, with a few of the metalwork being pretty impressive; horses were a common motif among Han sculptors. Bronze, glazed and unglazed ceramics, chinese jade, chinese ink stone, and carved wood were all common materials used by Han artists.
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