故宫学刊 2006年 总第三辑
Gugong xuekan 2006 (disanji)
Journal of Gugong Studies 2006 Volume 3
8.5 x 11.5", 598 pp., color and b/w illustrations, text in Chinese with brief English abstract per article and table of contents in Chinese and English, paper, Beijing, 2006. Item #34721
Gugong, Gugong culture and Gugong studies by Zheng Xinmiao A brief discussion of the relationship between archaeology and the study of ancient art in history by Zhang Zhongpei Study notes on Jades, 1: an appreciation and study of excavated prehistoric Chinese jades by Yang Boda The construction plans for Yuan Dadu and the question of relationship between the Yuan and Ming central South-North axes of Beijing by Meng Fanren A preliminary discussion on the history of painting and calligraphy authentication by Yang Xincheng An explanation of the Timber structure of Hongyi Ge and Tiren Ge by Liu Chang Taizhen on Horseback: the authenticity of the various paintings with this title and a problem for scholarship on Tang-Song period figural painting by Shao Yan A study of the professional modes for Southern Song dynasty palace painters by Peng Huiping Several questions on the murals in Xinghua Temple and groupings of Yuan dynasty mural paintigs from southern Shanxi by Meng Sihui A conclusion on Ming dynasty portraits by Yang Xin A discussion of the calligraphy and painting of Li Zhaoheng and Shi Changying by Yang Danxia Thoughts on painters, histories of painting and models adopted in creative works: a meditation prompted by Huang Shen's Shese shanshui by He Biqi Baniyan: civilisation at the crossroad by Miyaji Alkila A study of the decoration and religious function of Baohua Dian by Luo Wenhua A study of inscribed bronzes and related research questions by Song Lingping The theory and practice of philanthropy in the Ming and Qing dynasties: reports and records from the Court and the Populace by Lin Jinshu A simple outline of the Ming Dynasty Weisuo Legal system by Zhang Jinkui The use of "The Mongol Laws' in the Qing Dynasty and its historical foundation by Li Baowen An outline of research in China and Japan on the inscribed Wu Slips from Changsha by Wang Su An outline of manuscripts (sutras and handwritten works) from Dunhuang and Turfan in the collection of the Palace Museum by Wang Su, Ren fang, Meng Sihui The removal of mould spots on the blue-green silks of the Qing dynasty held in the Palace Museum by Tian Jingying, Wang Chunlei.