Streams and Mountains without End: Landscape Traditions of China, an exhibition on show at The Met New York, is about the rhythm of nature refreshing the heart
Walking through a Chinese Garden, enjoying its visual delights on a day when the sun is shining is an empowering experience generating a warmth that will endure for a thousand springtimes.
The collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art at New York reflect the evolution of humankind exalting the arts in a celebration of life from antiquity-today
The human desire for more than a subsistence lifestyle is fulfilled, to a large degree, by the beauty and visual satisfaction we find in gardens. The organization of gardens at different times in history and in different places has been based on assumptions about ‘man’s relationship with nature’. Gardens emphasize…