Analysis and Research on Linked-pearl deer pattern in Tang Dynasty


  • Zhuofan Li



Tang Dynasty Culture; Linked-pearl deer pattern; Art Forms.


Linked-pearl deer pattern in Tang Dynasty is one of the Chinese traditional auspicious patterns and Chinese excellent traditional culture. It is both heroic, light and gorgeous, reflecting the aesthetic characteristics of different periods of the Tang Dynasty. Based on the study of Linked-pearl deer pattern culture and art, this paper applies the artistic form and cultural connotation of Linked-pearl deer pattern culture to the design of contemporary Chinese textiles, and gradually forms Linked-pearl deer pattern style with modern Chinese local characteristics.


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How to Cite

Li, Z. (2022). Analysis and Research on Linked-pearl deer pattern in Tang Dynasty. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 20, 218-223.