Poly Art Museum

The Poly Art Museum was established in December 1998 with the approval of the State and Beijing Municipal Cultural Relics Authorities, and officially opened to the public in December 1999.

The collection is dominated by more than 100 bronze wares, as well as stone carvings, paintings and calligraphy, and there are many rare art treasures. To promote the fine traditional culture and art of the Chinese nation, to rescue and protect China’s precious cultural relics scattered overseas, and to promote corporate culture.

They reflect the development and the unique charm of China ancient bronze civilization. 40 carved figures of Buddha give an outline of the prosperity of Buddhism in China from 5th century to 8th century. The carved figures of Buddha found in Qingzhou, Shandong Province are well preserved and exquisite in techniques.

The collection is composed of bronze and stone carvings. The vast majority of exhibits are rescued from overseas by Poly Group. Some of them are fine, rare or orphaned, and have high historical and artistic value. Entry is 20 RMB.

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  • CN Name: 保利艺术博物馆
  • Website: http://www.polyartmuseum.com/
  • EN Address: No. 14 Dongzhimen South Street, 2nd floor of Poly Building, Dongcheng District ;
  • CN Address: 北京市朝阳区朝阳门北大街1号新保利大厦9层 邮政编码: 100001
  • Nearby Hotel Pick: Poly Plaza Hotel
  • Getting There: Dongsishitiao Station on line 2. Bus No. 44, 800 to Dongsishitiao Stop or Bus No. 113, 115, 118, 701 or 823 to Xinzhongjie Stop;
  • Open Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30-16:30; closed on national statutory holidays

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