Flowering in the Shadows: Women in the History of Chinese and Japanese Painting
For well over a thousand years Chinese and Japanese women created, commissioned, collected and used paintings, yet until recently this fact has scarcely been acknowledged in the study of East Asian art by Westerners.
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Women Painters in Traditional China
The Painting of Liu Yin
The Conventional Success of Chen Shu
Women Painters at the Heian Court
The Life and Art of Cho Koran
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