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Wu: The Chinese Empress Who Schemed, Seduced and Murdered Her Way to Become a Living God - Jonathan Clements
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Modena: Roberto Lodi Antiquario, 2003. Testo italiano/inglese/francese. Modena, 2003; ril. in tela, pp. 420, 830 ill. e tavv. col., cm 25x30. (Repertori d'arte decorativi). This explains the success that large repertories of paintings and decorations in general have met with. However, the frame sector was missing from this existing body of works. The last ten years have seen the appearance of specific publications, which have investigated the frame from different, angles; historical, stylistic and environmental, thereby establishing the current status of this sector. Following on from the work undertaken with the publication of the previous seven catalogues, I feel that the time is right for a wider and more articulated exploration. This photographic repertory serves as an immediate cognitive support, a map of the frame through the times and places which have most contributed to the creation of the golden age through the exchange of cultures. The choice of images used is the result of research carried out in the worlds of the antiques market and private collecting, thus creating a selective anthology of significant value. The criterion used was to create a general overview of the typologies in use throughout the different centuries, identifying the different situations of the times, whilst attempting to give the complete work balance so as to render it a fast yet convincing source to consult., Roberto Lodi Antiquario, 2003, Buenos Aires,: Alfredo Ginocchio...,, 2003,. 31.5 cm. 165p., (v) b/w and color plates, bio/chron., color pict. d.j Mategani's mysteries are framed carefully and each person or object is arranged with the meticulous attention given to still life paintings from Spain's golden age. In each scene, within a scene a cast of characters is placed on the stage of a classical theater the modern audience. However, the story within destorys the illusion of reality. He leaves key passages unfinished, paints in different styles, replaces any moral warnings. ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXTS., Alfredo Ginocchio..., 2003, Paris: La Vie Parisienne, 1924 Framed, Matted modern print of an Illustration from the February 9, 1924 issue of the famed La View Parisienne. Outside dimensions 12 1/2" x 10 1/4"; exposed image size is 8 1/3" x 6". Professionally matted and mounted in walnut and glass by Bach Studio in Syracuse, backed and wired. Fine condition, throughout. The Eden-like tranquility of the depicted scene is one of the moods almost singularly achieved by the forty or fifty outstanding illustration artists who handled all the work for La Vie Parisienne in the Golden Age of that famed Society magazine, and who in many cases first achieved fame therein. While the large full-color work was always credited in the visually sumptuous periodical, more than half of the supporting black and white works - some of which were equally impactful, each in its own way - were uncredited; such is the case here. Judging by style and other factors, the likely creator of "Au Paradis", in my best judgment, was probably from the short list of Chéri Herouard, Gerda Wegener, Maurice Milliere, or Pierre Brissaud. Please see scans. - lartcl, La Vie Parisienne, 1924, Sutton Publishing, UK, 2007. NEW IN D/W. Large hardback * Empress Wu(625-705), the only woman in Chinese history to rule in her own name during the golden age of the Tang Dynasty, began her career as a low-ranking concubine in the palace of Emperor Taizong. Here, historian and author Clements (The First Emperer) tells the story of her improbable rise to power and her 30-plus years as Empress. At the age of 13 she took the first steps on her path to power when she was selected as a concubine to the 40-year-old Supreme Emperor (Taizong). When the emperor fell ill, the ambitious Wu committed a capital crime by seducing his heir. Her gamble paid off, and when the emperor died, his besotted heir, now the High Emperor (Gaozong), rescued Wu from life in a convent. Back in the palace, Wu wasted no time in framing and executing her opposition, the empress and the beautiful Pure Concubine. Her ruthlessness even extended to her own family. After her husband had died, she poisoned her strong-willed eldest son, tried to rule through his two more malleable brothers but eventually took the throne herself. Coloured by intrigue, murder, incest and seduction, Wu's incredible true story is a rich and fascinating tale. Drawing on the original Chinese sources, Jonathan Clements reveals the life of this extraordinary woman who proclaimed herself a living god, founded a new dynasty and was only deposed, aged 79, after jealous courtiers had murdered her two young lovers., Sutton Publishing, UK, 2007. NEW IN D/W

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[EAN: 9780750939614], CHINESE HISTORY WOMEN CHINA, Large hardback * Empress Wu(625-705), the only woman in Chinese history to rule in her own name during the golden age of the Tang Dynasty, began her career as a low-ranking concubine in the palace of Emperor Taizong. Here, historian and author Clements (The First Emperer) tells the story of her improbable rise to power and her 30-plus years as Empress. At the age of 13 she took the first steps on her path to power when she was selected as a concubine to the 40-year-old Supreme Emperor (Taizong). When the emperor fell ill, the ambitious Wu committed a capital crime by seducing his heir. Her gamble paid off, and when the emperor died, his besotted heir, now the High Emperor (Gaozong), rescued Wu from life in a convent. Back in the palace, Wu wasted no time in framing and executing her opposition, the empress and the beautiful Pure Concubine. Her ruthlessness even extended to her own family. After her husband had died, she poisoned her strong-willed eldest son, tried to rule through his two more malleable brothers but eventually took the throne herself. Coloured by intrigue, murder, incest and seduction, Wu's incredible true story is a rich and fascinating tale. Drawing on the original Chinese sources, Jonathan Clements reveals the life of this extraordinary woman who proclaimed herself a living god, founded a new dynasty and was only deposed, aged 79, after jealous courtiers had murdered her two young lovers. First time offered.come and collect if you can, [PU: Sutton Publishing]

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This is the true story of Wu Zetian, the only reigning empress in Chinese history, who schemed, poisoned and strangled her way to become a living god. Born in the 7th century AD, Wu was the daughter of a lumber merchant. Prophecies predicted that she would become emperor but these were seen as ridiculous when the baby turned out to be a girl. At the age of 13, her beauty led to her selection as a concubine to the 40-year-old Supreme Emperor Taizong. Her family were disappointed, since the emperor already had many wives, but they underestimated Wu's steely determination to succeed. When the emperor fell ill Wu seduced his heir, a move regarded as incestuous. Sent to a convent, she was rescued by the besotted new emperor, and lied and murdered her way through her rivals, until she had the empress executed. Now empress, Wu ruled China from behind the throne after her husband suffered a stroke. Upon his death she poisoned her strong-willed eldest son. Finally she took the throne herself. Acclaimed author Jonathan Clements tells the colourful and dramatic story of China's first and only reigning empress. History History eBook, The History Press

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This is the true story of Wu Zetian, the only reigning empress in Chinese history, who schemed, poisoned and strangled her way to become a living god. Born in the 7th century AD, Wu was the daughter of a lumber merchant. Prophecies predicted that she would become emperor but these were seen as ridiculous when the baby turned out to be a girl. At the age of 13, her beauty led to her selection as a concubine to the 40-year-old Supreme Emperor Taizong. Her family were disappointed, since the emperor already had many wives, but they underestimated Wu's steely determination to succeed. When the emperor fell ill Wu seduced his heir, a move regarded as incestuous. Sent to a convent, she was rescued by the besotted new emperor, and lied and murdered her way through her rivals, until she had the empress executed. Now empress, Wu ruled China from behind the throne after her husband suffered a stroke. Upon his death she poisoned her strong-willed eldest son. Finally she took the throne herself. Acclaimed author Jonathan Clements tells the colourful and dramatic story of China's first and only reigning empress. History History, The History Press

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The History Press, 2/1/07. Hardcover. Good. Good, in very good unclipped jacket. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. Underlining and margin notations throughout text. Jacket top edge have light rippling. Get the product you want, in the condition you expect. No ex-library items. No markings, unless indicated. We shrink wrap most items and ship in new corrugated boxes., The History Press, 2/1/07

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Wu: The Chinese Empress Who Schemed, Seduced, and Murdered Her Way to Become a Living God

This is the true story of Wu Zetian, the only reigning empress in Chinese history, who schemed, poisoned and strangled her way to become a living god. Born in the 7th century AD, Wu was the daughter of a lumber merchant. Prophecies predicted that she would become emperor but these were seen as ridiculous when the baby turned out to be a girl. At the age of 13, her beauty led to her selection as a concubine to the 40-year-old Supreme Emperor Taizong. Her family were disappointed, since the emperor already had many wives, but they underestimated Wu's steely determination to succeed. When the emperor fell ill Wu seduced his heir, a move regarded as incestuous. Sent to a convent, she was rescued by the besotted new emperor, and lied and murdered her way through her rivals, until she had the empress executed. Now empress, Wu ruled China from behind the throne after her husband suffered a stroke. Upon his death she poisoned her strong-willed eldest son, and tried to rule through two more malleable sons. Finally she took the throne herself. Acclaimed author Jonathan Clements tells the colourful and dramatic story of China's first and only reigning empress.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780750939614
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0750939613
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: Sutton
239 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,558 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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