8.5 x 11.5", 274 pp., fully illustrated in color, text in Chinese, cloth, d.j., Hong Kong, 2008. Item #35601
Traditional Beijing opera has long been a fascinating window into Chinese culture and this was never more prevalent than during the Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911). This superb publication of cultural relics relating to traditional Chinese theatre from the Palace Museum in Beijing illustrates the dynamic history of this coveted art form. Divided into four sections covering costumes, headwear, props and stage design, this volume features 252 full color plates that help bring new life to the drama of Qing era theatrical arts.
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