It is a philatelic collection of my blog.
I collected horse ,painting -in particular the classical paintings of women,and Japanese painting.
In addition, I have been collecting China's postmark, the Chinese New Year stamp collecting materials,I also interested in the various countries of the FDCs.
I hope my blog can bring happiness to you so that you share my enthusiasm......

14 March 2009

Good food

Today, has bought Belgium's s/sheet, it is attractive. Greedy!!!

China's magazine

March, 2009《 shanghai philateliy》 introduced the topic with emphasis " the evaporation "

March, 2009 《philateliy panorama》introduced the topic with emphasis " the Aerospace China "

Argentina Tango

The antique Argentine Tango was influenced by the Tango Habanera, which bears no resemblance to the Argentine Tango we know today.The Tango Habanera came about from two types of Tango: the Milonga with its influence in the guajira flamenca and the Tango andaluz or Tango flamenco.The Milonga was danced and played by country side people of Argentina.The Tango Habanera was an amalgamation of the Habanera and the Tango Andaluz or Tango Flamenco....

Venus on painting

China publishes about "Venus" one of books

On the occasion of the opening of the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna, Austria and Liechtenstein released a joint stamp issue to mark the new artistic attraction of Austria's capital. See above a reproduction of the chosen work for the stamp, a painting by Rubens, "Venus in Front of the Mirror", c. 1613/1614. It is displayed in the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna, formerly the Liechtenstein Garden Palace.

Tôshûsai Sharaku (active 1794-95)

Tōshūsai Sharaku (東洲斎写楽 ?, active 1794 - 1795) is widely considered to be one of the great masters of the woodblock printing in Japan. Little is known of him, besides his ukiyo-e prints; neither his true name nor the dates of his birth or death are known with any certainty. His active career as a woodblock artist seems to have spanned just ten months in the mid-Edo period of Japanese history, from middle 1794 to early 1795.
The majority of these prints were portraits of actors in their kabuki or kyogen roles, and others include images of sumo wrestlers and warriors. portraits featuring close-up images of the heads of kabuki actors printed in lavish color and mica were the most highly esteemed of his works.