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Why Chinese Painting is History
In a postmodern world, the most important task in the study of Chinese painting history is the description of a different visual language and its special meaning. This cannot be accomplished withoutExpand
The Great Bronze Age of China
Beyond representation : Chinese painting and calligraphy, 8th-14th century
Of the human world - narrative representation of nature and art - monumental landscape the art of the scholar-officials Sung imperial art introspection and lyricism - southern Sung painting someExpand
Between Two Cultures: Late-Nineteenth- And Twentieth-Century Chinese Paintings from the Robert H. Ellsworth Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
During a crucial period from the 1860s to about 1980, Chinese painting was transformed into a modern expression of its classical heritage. This book draws on a selection of modern Chinese paintingsExpand
Possessing the Past
The embodied image: Chinese calligraphy from the John B. Elliott Collection
A l'occasion de l'exposition 'L'image incarnee : La calligraphie chinoise de la collection de John B. Elliott' a Princeton (Etats-Unis), l'A presente ici quelques oeuvres d'artistes chinois du IVeExpand
Images of the mind : selections from the Edward L. Elliott family and John B. Elliott collections of Chinese calligraphy and painting at the Art Museum, Princeton University
The Description for this book, Images of the Mind: Selections from the Edward L. Elliott Family and John B. Elliott Collections of Chinese Calligraphy, will be forthcoming.
Toward a Structural Analysis of Chinese Landscape Painting
A critical and historical study of Chinese painting has long suffered from the lack of an acceptable method for dating paintings by style. Mr, Li Lin-ts'an of the National Central Museum in TaiwanExpand