The famous collector Ma Wei has established a private museum in Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen, called Guan Fu.
According to the order of viewing, there are five venues, including ceramics, home, craft, door and window, and oil painting hall. The ceramic and home halls on the first floor are the most important, especially worth seeing.
You cannot take a photo with your camera after entering the library first.
Second, the moving line design is very clever, the tour is not tired, and the tour is on the cable.
Third, the exhibition is particularly elaborate, especially the second-floor door and window pavilion, which uses glass, wall and ceiling to give people a very three-dimensional feeling. The all-open exhibition form, the exhibition concept of moving and changing scenery, is very strong.
Beijings Guan Fu is the first private museum in China. For example, Cool MA has brought a fire to Kumamoto, and almost every well-known place has a strong IP support. Let Guan Fu achieve great fame outside the cultural relics, and it turned out to be more than 30 Guan Yu cats here. After listening to the explanation, it was almost half past three in the afternoon. At this time, there was a special project in the courtyard: the view of the big bang began.
On the day of the watch, the cats and queues of the cats used the special rice bowl to eat the canned cats. Do you think they really consciously head out? In fact, the administrator aunt artificially returned!
The two big orange Su Gege and the golden fat ones are the most embarrassed. They have been sitting in the same place and waiting for aunt to go to the meal, but the cloth can be more powerful, all the way to the rice bowl.
Guanfu Museum is a private art museum in Beijing, founded by Ma Weidu. Guanfu Museum has exhibitions featuring ceramics, furniture, handicrafts, traditional doors and windows and oil paintings. Among these, the ceramics and furniture exhibitions are highly recommended for visitors. Visitors can enjoy all kinds of ceramics representative of each dynastic era, as well as view many pieces of precious Ming- and Qing-era furniture. Throughout the year, Guanfu Museum holds all sorts of exhibitions and activities. Guanfu Museum also now has branches in Shanghai, Hangzhou and Xiamen.