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The role of Japan in modern Chinese art / edited by Joshua A. Fogel
Berkeley : Global, Area, and International Archive/University of California Press, c2012
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 4th Floor  N7344 .R65 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Art, Chinese -- 19th century
Art, Chinese -- 20th century
Art, Chinese -- Japanese influences
Physical Description xiii, 489 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 409-464) and index
Contents Introduction: art history and Sino-Japanese relations / Joshua A. Fogel -- Travels to Japan by Chinese painters and calligraphers in the 1870s and 1880s / Chen Jie, translated by Joshua A. Fogel -- Tea and the art market in Sino-Japanese exchanges of the late nineteenth century: Sencha and the Seiwan meien zushi / Yu-chih Lai -- Modern antiquarianism and Sino-Japanese rivalry: Yang Shoujing in Meiji Japan / Shana J. Brown -- Welcoming the Japanese art world: Wang Yiting's social and artistic exchanges with Japanese Sinophiles and artists / Walter B. Davis -- Moving onto a world state: the modern Chinese practice of art collecting and its connection to the Japanese art market / Zaixin Hong -- Reforming calligraphy in modern Japan: the Six Dynasties School and Nakamura Fusetsu's Chinese "Stele" style / Aida Yuen Wong -- Sites of visual modernity: perceptions of Japanese exhibitions in late Qing China / Lisa Claypool -- Japanese oil paintings in the first Chinese National Fine Arts Exhibition of 1929 and the development of Asian modernism / Julia F. Andrews -- (Re-)canonizing literati painting in the early twentieth century: the Kyoto circle / Tamaki Maeda -- The Japanese impact on the construction of Chinese art history as a modern field: a case study of Teng Gu and Fu Baoshi / Kuiyi Shen -- Patrimonies in press: art publishing, cultural politics, and canon construction in the career of Di Baoxian / Richard Vinograd -- New printing technology and heritage preservation: collotype reproduction of antiquities in modern China, circa 1908-1917 / Cheng-hua Wang
Series New perspectives on Chinese culture and society
Alternate Author Fogel, Joshua A., 1950-

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