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Custodians of the Scholar's Way: Chinese Scholars' Objects in Precious Woods

Flacks, Marcus

In this major study of classical Chinese scholars’ objects, Marcus Flacks continues his explorations into the great traditions of Chinese artisanal art. Custodians of the Scholar’s Way is the third part of a triptych, preceded by Classical Chinese Furniture and Contemplating ...

  Forbidden City: Imperial Treasures From The Palace Museum, Beijing

Jian, Li & Li, He & Sung, Hou-Mei & Shengnan, Ma

Part of the first exchange agreement between China’s Palace Museum and an American museum, this catalog accompanies an exhibition of the same name at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. More than 200 works of art drawn from the collection of the Palace Museum—court paintings, ...

     
Painting Traditions of the Drigung Kagyu School
With Contributions by Christian Luczanits and Kristen Muldowney Roberts
Jackson, David P.

Though the Drigung Kagyu was one of the most prominent and powerful schools of Tibetan Buddhism during its early period (12th - 14th century), its art is still relatively poorly known, even among Tibetans. With its mother monastery destroyed twice, once in the late 13th century and again during ...

  Art as History: Calligraphy and Painting as One

Fong, Wen C.

This richly illustrated book provides an anthology and summation of the work of one of the world's leading historians of Chinese painting and calligraphy. Wen Fong helped create the field of East Asian art history during a distinguished five-decade career at Princeton University and the ...

     
藝術史中的漢晉與唐宋之變 顏娟英 & 石守謙
Yishushi zhong de Hanjin yu Tangsong zhi Bian
[Transitions in Chinese Art History: Han to Jin & Tang to Song]
Yen, Hsuan-ying & Shih, Shou-chien

This volume presents a collection of 12 essays on two major changes in Chinese art history: Han to Jin, and Tang to Song.

Contents:

  • Immortal Horses, Heavenly Horses, and Chariot Horses: Notes on the Decoration of the Mirrors in Han China by Lillian Lan-Ying Tseng
  • The Sources of ...
  •   Ming: 50 Years that Changed China

    Clunas, Craig & Harrison-Hall, Jessica

    Ask anyone what single object they associate with China and the most common answer will be a Ming vase. Probably without even knowing the dates of the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), people are aware of the fragility of its porcelain, its rarity and value. But porcelain is just one part of the ...
         
    Ming: The Golden Empire

    National Museum Scotland
    Accompanied by the exhibition of the same name in the summer of 2014, this catalog featured 147 items of Ming Dynasty from the Nanjing Museum.
      上方の浮世絵--大坂・京都の粋と技 Ukiyo-e of the Kamigata Area: The Sophistication of Osaka and Kyoto Artists

    Yamaguchi Hagi Museum of Art

    This catalog is accompanied by first major show in nearly 40 years highlighting Kamigata prints and paintings.

         


    Orientations
    Orientations March 2015

    Orientations
    Orientations September 2014 Chinese Edition

    Arts of Asia
    Arts of Asia November-December 2014

    Textiles Asia Journal
    Textiles Asia Journal January 2015 Volume 6, Issue 3

    International Netsuke Society
    International Netsuke Society Journal Volume 34 No. 4 Winter 2015

     


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