故宫学刊 2006年 总第三辑Gugong xuekan 2006 (disanji). Gugong Bowuyuan:::故宫博物院.

故宫学刊 2006年 总第三辑
Gugong xuekan 2006 (disanji)

Journal of Gugong Studies 2006 Volume 3

故宫博物院

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
ISBN: 9787800472466

Contents:

  • 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.

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