Click or tap on the "cards" below to flip them and try to find matches of Chinese art - see if you can match all in the least amount of tries! The images of Chinese jade sculpture in the game are somewhat small to see the details, so we have larger versions below the game with information about what they are, so you can learn a little bit about these art works! Scroll down below the game after playing to see more.
A carved jade landscape scene from China circa the 18th-19th Century from the Qing Dynasty.
A carved jade sculpture depicting a horse carrying books circa the 18th-19th Century from the Qing Dynasty.
Chinese sculpture of two boys and an elephant carved out of jade, circa the 19th Century from the Qing Dynasty.
A late 18th Century (Qing Dynasty) Chinese jade carving depicting a follower of Buddha in a cave.
A 19th Century jade (Qing Dynasty) carving depicting dragons and used as a belt buckle.
An 8th Century (Tang Dynasty) jade carving of a phoenix.
The images of these six Chinese jade sculptures were found utilizing the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Open Access" program, which features images in the public domain from the museum's permanent collection.
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