Shanghai University Stone Engraving Teachers apologize that the stains have been cleaned

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 Shanghai University Stone Engraving Teachers apologize that the stains have been cleaned


The Beijing News reported earlier that on October 6, under the leadership of teachers, many students from the Academy of Fine Arts of Shanghai University illegally printed the stone carvings of Emperor Xiao Yanxiu and Emperor Xiao Gangzhuang of Yangliang, Jiangsu Province, which are 1500 years old, and left ink on the carvings. Local police stations and other relevant units intervene in the treatment.

Today (October 11), a staff member of Danyang Sports, Radio, Television and Tourism Bureau told Xinjing Daily that on the afternoon of October 8, three experts from Nanjing Museum, Zhenjiang Museum and Zhenjiang Jiaoshan Stele Inscription Museum identified the rubbed stone. Experts said that the illegal rubbing did not cause damage to the body of the stone carvings, but the appearance of the three stone animals has some residual ink marks and ink marks, after cleaning, will not be affected. At present, the residual ink on stone animals has been cleaned.

After the accident, the teachers of Shanghai University College of Fine Arts and the relevant leaders of the Department of Art History came to the local police station to communicate. Liu Mou, the leading teacher, apologized for the incident. The teachers of Shanghai University College of Fine Arts are sincere in apologizing for the incident.

A staff member from the office of the Academy of fine arts of Shanghai University said that the college has now reported the matter to the Publicity Department of Shanghai University for handling. We will also educate teachers and students about this matter later.

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