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Art in China /

by Clunas, Craig.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford history of art: Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997Description: 255 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0192842447; 0192842072 (pbk.).Subject(s): Art, Chinese -- Themes, motives | Art, Chinese -- History | Beeldende kunsten | Art -- Chine -- Thèmes, motifs | China -- AntiquitiesOnline resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
Ch. 1. Art in the Tomb. Neolithic to Bronze Age: 2500-200 BCE. The First Empires: 221 BCE-220 CE. North and South: 220 CE-589 CE. Tomb Sculpture: 400-650 CE -- Ch. 2. Art at Court. Tang to early Song: 618-960 CE. Northern Song Court Art: 960-1127 CE. Southern Song Court Art: 1127-1279 CE. Yuan Court Art: 1279-1368 CE. Ming Court Art: 1368-1644 CE. Early Qing Court Art: 1644-c.1735 CE. The Qianlong Reign: 1736-1795 CE. Late Qing Court Art: 1796-1911 CE -- Ch. 3. Art in the Temple. Early Buddhist Art. Buddhist Art: c.450-c.580. Religious Art of the Sui (581-618) and Tang (618-906) Dynasties. Religious Art of the Northern Song Dynasty: 960-1127. Southern Song Religious Art: 1127-1279. Buddhist Monks and the Elite in the Southern Song. Buddhist Art in the Yuan Dynasty: 1279-1368. Religious Painting of the Fourteenth-Fifteenth Centuries. Religious Art of the Ming Dynasty: 1368-1644. Religious Art of the Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911 -- Ch. 4. Art in the Life of the Elite.
Calligraphy as an Elite Art. Art and Theory in the Northern Song. The Southern Song (1127-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368). The Ming Dynasty: 1368-1644. The Art and Theory of Dong Qichang: 1555-1636. The Seventeenth Century and the Ming-Qing Transition. The Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911. The Nineteenth Century -- Ch. 5. Art in the Market-Place. The Song and Yuan Dynasties: 960-1368. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Painting. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Printing. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Textiles and Crafts. The Amateur/Professional Problem in Late Ming Painting. The Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911. Prints and Perspective. Shanghai in the Nineteenth Century. The Republic of China. Art in the People's Republic of China. Art in China since the 1970s.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-237) and index.

Ch. 1. Art in the Tomb. Neolithic to Bronze Age: 2500-200 BCE. The First Empires: 221 BCE-220 CE. North and South: 220 CE-589 CE. Tomb Sculpture: 400-650 CE -- Ch. 2. Art at Court. Tang to early Song: 618-960 CE. Northern Song Court Art: 960-1127 CE. Southern Song Court Art: 1127-1279 CE. Yuan Court Art: 1279-1368 CE. Ming Court Art: 1368-1644 CE. Early Qing Court Art: 1644-c.1735 CE. The Qianlong Reign: 1736-1795 CE. Late Qing Court Art: 1796-1911 CE -- Ch. 3. Art in the Temple. Early Buddhist Art. Buddhist Art: c.450-c.580. Religious Art of the Sui (581-618) and Tang (618-906) Dynasties. Religious Art of the Northern Song Dynasty: 960-1127. Southern Song Religious Art: 1127-1279. Buddhist Monks and the Elite in the Southern Song. Buddhist Art in the Yuan Dynasty: 1279-1368. Religious Painting of the Fourteenth-Fifteenth Centuries. Religious Art of the Ming Dynasty: 1368-1644. Religious Art of the Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911 -- Ch. 4. Art in the Life of the Elite.

Calligraphy as an Elite Art. Art and Theory in the Northern Song. The Southern Song (1127-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368). The Ming Dynasty: 1368-1644. The Art and Theory of Dong Qichang: 1555-1636. The Seventeenth Century and the Ming-Qing Transition. The Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911. The Nineteenth Century -- Ch. 5. Art in the Market-Place. The Song and Yuan Dynasties: 960-1368. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Painting. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Printing. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Textiles and Crafts. The Amateur/Professional Problem in Late Ming Painting. The Qing Dynasty: 1644-1911. Prints and Perspective. Shanghai in the Nineteenth Century. The Republic of China. Art in the People's Republic of China. Art in China since the 1970s.

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