Looking at Chinese painting

Nigensha, 1995 - 206 pagina's
Beautifully illustrated by paintings from the National Palace Museum, this volume is the very first English guidebook written by a Chinese scholar, covering the history, philosophy, and techniques of traditional Chinese painting. Mr. Wang, curator of painting at the National Palace Museum, discusses pigments and colors, ink, inscriptions, seals and mounting, relationship between painting and calligraphy, and copies and forgeries.

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An absolutely excellent introductory book on Chinese painting by an expert, one of the world's most distinguished scholars of Chinese art based in Taiwan at the National Palace Museum. The book ... Volledige review lezen


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