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The arts of China. by Sullivan, Michael

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Art, Chinese.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsN7340 .S92 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination256 p. : ill. (some col.), maps, geneol. table ; 25 cm.
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5431594M
ISBN 100520024966, 0520025482
LC Control Number73078421
OCLC/WorldCa754621

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  About the Book. Internationally renowned and a crucial classroom text, The Arts of China has been revised and expanded by the late Michael Sullivan, with Shelagh new, sixth, edition has an emphasis on Chinese art history, not as an assemblage of related topics, but as a continuous story. China is home to some of the oldest martial arts disciplines; Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Wing Chun, to name just a few. There’s no better place for you to learn to become more alert, fitter, and of course, become a better martial artist! So, book a Chinese martial arts training today and get ready to . The Chinese art collection in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is one of the finest outside East Asia, with particularly superb holdings of paintings and ceramics, along with important sculptures, bronzes, and examples of the decorative arts. Some one hundred objects have been selected here to represent its riches, arranged to explore themes such as religion or the scholar tradition throughout. The book, which received wide media coverage in China and now has a waiting list for its second print run, is certainly timely: it plays into a growing debate in China about what national.

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