Teochew Woodcarving

Skilled Craftsmanship Rooted in the Folk Traditions

Teochew woodcarving, also known as Chaozhou woodcarving (Chinese: 潮州木雕), is a form of Chinese wood carving originated from the Tang Dynasty – the golden age of Chinese arts and culture dated 618-906 A.D. It is a very popular method in Chaoshan, a region in the east of Guangdong Province. Teochew people used plenty of Teochew wood carving in the creation of their splendid buildings. This exhibition featured a selection of Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), carved wooden panels.

Carved Wood Panel with Chi-Dragon

Qing Dynasty

Panel with Gao Lishi Remove Boots for Li Bai

Qing Dynasty

Carved Wood Panel with Various Figural Scenes

Qing Dynasty

Wood Panel with Figure Scene

Qing Dynasty

Wood Panel with Fairy Bring Baby Scene

Qing Dynasty

Wood Panel with Birds & Floral

Qing Dynasty

Wood Panels with Deers

Qing Dynasty

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