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Lee, Sherman E. The Colors of Ink: Chinese Paintings and Related Ceramics from the Cleveland Museum of Art. : Asia Society; distributed by New York Graphic Society, 1974
Lee, Sherman E. : Asia Society; distributed by New York Graphic Society, 1974. Published: cat. no. 34. Ho, Wai-kam, Sherman E. Lee, Laurence Sickman, and Marc F. Wilson. Eight Dynasties of Chinese Painting: The Collections of the Nelson Gallery-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Art, in cooperation with Indiana University Press, 1980. Reproduced: cat. 196, pp. 252-253. Chou, Ju-hsi and Anita Chung.
1974, Asia Society; distributed by New York Graphic Society.
Paintings from China on silk in the Cleveland Museum of Art (1 C, 5 F. The Nine Songs', detail of ink on paper handscroll by Zhang Wo, 1361, Cleveland Museum of Ar. pg 7,130 1,299; . 3 MB.
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Chine, Céramique /Chinese Ceramics. The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Chinese painting collection comprises many superb works that occupy a critical place in Chinese art history, said William Griswold, director of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Chine, Cloisonnés /Chinese Enamels. Chine, Jade /Chinese Jades.
This handsome volume offers a fresh, comprehensive look at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s world-renowned .
This handsome volume offers a fresh, comprehensive look at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s world-renowned collection of Chinese paintings. Renowned scholars Ju Hsi Chou and Anita Chung, who have overseen the museum’s Chinese art collection for almost two decades, contribute new scholarship gleaned through investigative methods, conventional and innovative, that include the physical examination of works and digital technology as a supplement to traditional analyses of style, text, context, and artistic technique.
Korean Buncheong Ceramics from Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art by Soyoung . Asian art at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts: The renaissance of a historic collection in Canada.
Korean Buncheong Ceramics from Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art by Soyoung Lee; Seung-chang Jeon. January 2012 · The Journal of Asian Studies. March 2012 · Arts of Asia.
Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world
Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world. Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guóhuà (simplified Chinese: 国画; traditional Chinese: 國畫), meaning "national" or "native painting", as opposed to Western styles of art which became popular in China in the 20th century. Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy and is done with a brush dipped in black ink or coloured pigments; oils are not used.
This handsome book is at once a general survey of Chinese ceramics from the early Neolithic period to the present . Chinese Paintings of the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morse.
This handsome book is at once a general survey of Chinese ceramics from the early Neolithic period to the present day and an essential reference volume for art historians and connoisseurs. Originally published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1975 as an introduction to its vast collection of Chinese ceramics, the book was highly praised by experts in the field. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 29, no. 3 (November, 1970). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1970. Chinese Porcelain in the Altman Collection.