The Chinese woodcarving art can be traced back to the primitive society. At that time, there were many handicrafts that had begun to take shape. In the Warring States Period, the woodcarving process was developed by the Shang Dynasty for the simple engraving of the pottery process and the engraving of the carved plate, and developed into a three-dimensional circular carving process. The wood carvings of the Han Dynasty were carved into wood, which pushed the Chinese woodcarving art to a peak. During the Tang and Song Dynasties, the wood carving process became more and more perfect. The wood carvings of the Ming and Qing Dynasties are the mature era of Chinese classical woodcarving art. The works are very rich, except for animals and people.