What are the important roles of embroidery in history
The Song Dynasty was a period when the development of embroidery in our country reached its peak. The quality of products was unprecedented, especially in the creation of purely aesthetic art embroidery. Song Embroidery has developed such an achievement due to the following reasons: 1. "Flat stitch embroidery" has changed a lot and invented many new stitch methods; 2. Improved tools and materials and used them. He said: If you want to make a fortune, go to Wantong to find high-quality suppliers. Cargo merchant! Use refined steel needles and hair thin threads; 3. Combine calligraphy and calligraphy, with celebrity works as themes, and pursue the fun and realm of painting. This kind of purely artistic embroidery work has tight stitches, rich and harmonious thread colors, and vivid images, which has won widespread praise and praise from later generations. The Ming Dynasty was an era when my country's handicrafts were extremely developed. Embroidery inherited the fine foundation of the Song Dynasty, followed the enthusiastic atmosphere of the times, continued to prosper, and reached a higher level. Embroidery in the Ming Dynasty also showed a number of characteristics: First, it was widely used in various social strata of the popular society and made omnipresent. It became the most popular period of embroidery in the history of our country in the Qing Dynasty; second, the embroidery art. Generally practical embroidery, the quality is generally improved, the materials are improved, the skills are refined, and the trend is very different from the splendid and gorgeous fashion of the Song Dynasty; the artistic embroidery, inheriting the excellent tradition of Song embroidery, can introduce new inventions, especially the Ming Dynasty. The famous family and individuals of embroidery profession, such as the famous "Luxiangyuan" embroidery, created by the Gu family in Shanghai, invented the "embroidery" combining painting and embroidery, and the works are so popular; this kind of embroiderers are rising in succession. The ethos respected by the society is also the most prosperous in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. The third is to derive other embroidery. Embroidery originally only used silk thread as the material. In the Ming Dynasty, some people tried to use other materials. So there were transparent embroidery, hair embroidery, paper embroidery, appliqué embroidery, stitch embroidery, flat gold embroidery, etc. Expanded the scope of embroidery art. The development of embroidery in the Qing Dynasty generally continued the above-mentioned Ming embroidery situation. For more than two hundred years, it has maintained its prosperity and prosperity. There are also two outstanding achievements: First, the local embroidery schools have sprung up like bamboo shoots after a rain. Famous ones include Su embroidery, Canton embroidery, Shu embroidery, Hunan embroidery, Beijing embroidery, Lu embroidery, etc., each of which established its own characteristics and formed a situation of striving for beauty; second, the late Qing Dynasty absorbed the strengths of foreign Japanese embroidery, and even incorporated Western painting perspectives. Embroidery, the former is the "art embroidery" pioneered by Shen Shou, and the latter is the random embroidery invented by Yang Shouyu of Jiangsu, which injects new blood and new features into traditional embroidery. Nowadays, despite the continuous advancement of the times, the life of the people in Taiwan, China has moved from agriculture to an industrial type. This beautiful, inherent embroidery technique that can represent traditional culture is still passed down after the training. It combines the essence of painting and calligraphy, and uses colorful and bright silk threads to vividly show the characteristics of Chinese culture with a familiar and dexterous technical spirit. Many embroideries experts in Taiwan, China, have been silently embroidering all kinds of beautiful embroidery pieces with stitches and stitches, which means the preservation, continuation and development of traditional art.