Beyond representation : Chinese painting and calligraphy, 8th-14th century / Wen C. Fong
Contributor(s)Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
KeywordsPainting, Chinese -- Tang-Five dynasties, 618-960
Painting, Chinese -- Song-Yuan dynasties, 960-1368
Calligraphy, Chinese -- History -- Tang-Five dynasties, 618-960
Calligraphy, Chinese -- History -- Song-Yuan dynasties, 960-1368
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Abstract1. Of the Human World: Narrative Representation -- 2. Of Nature and Art: Monumental Landscape -- 3. The Art of the Scholar-Officials -- 4. Sung Imperial Art -- 5. Introspection and Lyricism: Southern Sung Painting -- 6. Some Buddhist and Taoist Themes -- 7. The Yuan Renaissance -- 8. Revival and Synthesis: Yuan Literati Painting ; Includes bibliographical references and index ; "A study of early Chinese painting and calligraphy based on the holdings of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ..." -- p. xiii
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