Portrait painting of XuanZong DaoGuang of Qing, LeadArt oil painting just do reproduction of it in museum quality on linen:

Emperor Daoguang of Qing (1782 - 1850), posthumous title Xuanzong, was named Aisin Giorro Minning.
When Emperor Daoguang was enthroned, China was facing the most serious crises in both domestic and foreign affairs. Within the country the officials were corrupt, the military defense slack, the treasury empty, and the conflicts against the Qing regime frequent; in terms of foreign affairs, the forces of the Western powers were invading from the west, and the opium was eroding the health of the people. Emperor Daoguang, eager to make some progress, adopted a series of measures in an attempt to strengthen the Qing regime. He attended to everything himself and was known for his thrift and virtues, yet he seldom accomplished anything. Efforts made on political corruption, river engineering, water transport, and anti-opium campaign were in vain.
In 1850, Emperor Daoguang died of illness at the age of 69. He was buried in Muling Mausoleum (today's west of Yixian County of Hebei Province).
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