10 x 11", 226 pp., 120 illustrations, 89 in color, map, appendix, bibliography, index, paper, Cincinnati, 1997. Item #676
Beautifully illustrated throughout, this volume presents Chinese art from the Neolithic period to the Qing dynasty. It surveys the Cincinnati Art Museum's important collection of Chinese bronzes, sculpture, painting, ceramics, and decorative arts. The collection is noted for its superb Shang bronzes and Buddhist sculpture, fine ceramics, and masterworks by such painters as Ma Yuan, Liu Yuan, Qian Xuan, Wang Jian, and Bada Shanren. Organized by medium and including significant recent acquisitions, the 100 works are illustrated and discussed in light of recent research.
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