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The art and architecture of China /
Laurence Sickman, Alexander Soper.
[2nd ed. with additions]
Baltimore : Penguin Books, [1960]
xxviii, 336 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
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Baltimore : Penguin Books, [1960]
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Bibliography: p. 315-320.
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Table of Contents
Note on the Integrated Editionp. 8
Foreword to Part Onep. 9
Foreword to Part Twop. 11
Glossaryp. 13
Chronological Tablep. 16
Mapsp. 18
Painting and Sculpture
Introductionp. 21
Shang-Yin to Late Chou Sculpturep. 25
Middle and Late Chou Dynasty Sculpturep. 30
Vestiges of Early Paintingp. 43
The Han Dynastyp. 51
Han Dynasty Sculpturep. 57
Han Dynasty Paintingp. 67
Funerary Stones and Tilesp. 77
Beginning of Buddhist Sculpture: Yun-kangp. 85
Sculpture during the Wei Dynastyp. 97
Sculpture during the Late Sixth Century and Sui Dynastyp. 111
Painting during the Three Kingdoms and the Six Dynastiesp. 129
Tang Dynasty Sculpturep. 143
Tang Dynasty Paintingp. 159
Yen Li-penp. 159
Buddhist Paintingp. 160
The Court Paintersp. 172
Landscape Paintingp. 182
Sculpture from the Tenth to the Fourteenth Centuryp. 187
The Masters of Landscapep. 203
Figure Paintersp. 223
Sung Hui-tsung and the Academyp. 235
Birds, Flowers, and Animalsp. 237
The Academy at Hang-choup. 243
Chan Buddhist Paintersp. 259
Supernatural and Taoist Themesp. 267
Yuan Dynasty Paintingp. 273
Painters of Bamboo and Plum Flowersp. 295
Introduction to Painting of the Ming Dynastyp. 303
The Early Paintersp. 307
The Academy and the Che Schoolp. 311
The Wu Schoolp. 319
Tung Chi-changp. 333
Landscape Painters of the Ching Dynastyp. 339
Individualist Painters of the Seventeenth to Eighteenth Centuriesp. 353
Introductionp. 361
From Earliest Times to the Chou Dynastyp. 363
The Prehistoric Age and the Shangp. 363
The Chou Dynastyp. 365
From Chin to the Six Dynastiesp. 373
Chin, Han, and the Three Kingdoms (221 B.C.-A.D. 265)p. 373
The Period of the Six Dynasties (A.D. 265-581)p. 387
The Second Imperial Age: Sui and Tang (A.D. 581-907)p. 399
Generalp. 399
The Tang Masonry Pagodap. 405
Wood-framed Buildings of Tang Stylep. 409
The Five Dynasties and Sung (907-1279)p. 421
Generalp. 421
Masonry Pagodasp. 425
Timber-framed Buildingsp. 427
The Barbarian Empires: Liao, Chin, and Yuan (907-1367)p. 439
Generalp. 439
Pagoda Typesp. 442
Wooden Hallsp. 449
Ming and Ching (1368-1912)p. 461
Notes to Part Onep. 473
Notes to Part Twop. 490
Bibliographyp. 493
List of Illustrationsp. 501
Indexp. 511
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