Fire needle embroidery, the ancient name of pyrographic painting, the near name of "fire brush painting" and "hot painting", is an extremely precious rare painting species in ancient China. Felt paintings are made of felt cloth on the bottom. The paintings are made of hot brushes, which do not fade, can be easily preserved, can not fade, and can be easily preserved. They first appeared in the late Western Han Dynasty in ancient China, flourished in the Eastern Han Dynasty, and were ordered to present tributes to the emperor. According to historical records, pyrography originated in the Western Han Dynasty and flourished in the Eastern Han Dynasty. After years of famine and war, it was once lost. It was not until Guangxu three years ago that it was rediscovered and sorted out by a folk artist named Zhao Xing. After many years, it gradually formed several factions represented by Henan, Hebei and other places.