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Best of the North Shore 2018

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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Drinking Tea from Yinzhen's Twelve Ladies (detail). Cour t painters, Beijing, possibly including Zhang Zhen (active late 17th– early 18th centur y) or his son Zhang Weibang (about 1725–about 1775), Kangxi period, 1709–23, hanging scroll, ink and color on silk, Palace Museum, Gu6458-7/12. © The Palace Museum. Exhibition suppor t provided by: Liu Dan; Henr y Luce Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; Bei Shan Tang Foundation; Carolyn and Peter S. Lynch and the Lynch Foundation; Shirley Z. Johnson and Charles Rumph; The Richard C. von Hess Foundation; Anonymous; The AMG Foundation; The Coby Foundation, Ltd.; Eaton Vance; American Friends of the Shanghai Museum; Blakemore Foundation; Rose -Marie and Eijk van Otterloo; Quan Zhou and Dr. Xiaohua Zhang; Fur thermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund; Skinner, Inc.; Ellen Bayard Weedon Foundation; Sandra Urie and Frank Herron; Rober t N. Shapiro; and the East India Marine Associates of the Peabody Essex Museum. Empresses of China's Forbidden City is organized by the Peabody Essex Museum; the Smithsonian's Freer|Sackler, Washington, D.C.; and the Palace Museum, Beijing. MEDIA PARTNER Liu Dan PEabody essex museum Opens August 18, 2018 Explore spectacular treasures from the Palace Museum that tell the little-known stories of empresses whose contributions had remained largely silent — until now. EMPRESSES o f C h i n a's Forbidden City 161 Essex Street | Salem, Mass. | MK5475_EmpressesNorthshoreMag_FINAL.indd 1 6/22/18 11:24 AM

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