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by Professor Richard Barnhart,Yang Xin,Nie Chongzheng,Professor James Cahill,Lang Shaojun,Hung Wu

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ISBN: 0300070136
Author: Professor Richard Barnhart,Yang Xin,Nie Chongzheng,Professor James Cahill,Lang Shaojun,Hung Wu
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press; First edition (October 20, 1997)
Pages: 416
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Art
Rating: 4.3
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The book includes more than 300 examples of Chinese painting and scholarly texts by six authorities, three of China and three .

The book includes more than 300 examples of Chinese painting and scholarly texts by six authorities, three of China and three from the United States. -Stanley Abercrombie, Interior Design. This book, which is the first in the Culture and Civilization of China series, augurs well for the success of this significant and far reaching collaborative effort between scholars in and outside China.

Richard Barnhart, Yang Xin, Nie Chongzheng, James Cahill . Richard M. Barnhart is John M. Schiff Professor of Art History at Yale University.

Richard Barnhart, Yang Xin, Nie Chongzheng, James Cahill, Lang Shaojun, and Wu Hung. James Cahill is professor emeritus of the history of art at the University of California, Berkeley. Wu Hung is Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor in Chinese Art History at the University of Chicago. The book includes more than 300 examples of Chinese painting and scholarly texts by six authorities, three of China and three from the United States.

From Neolithic painted petroglyphs, early paintings on silk, and landscapes by twelfth-century literati to the traditional handscrolls being produced today, Chinese painting has always had the power to enthrall

From Neolithic painted petroglyphs, early paintings on silk, and landscapes by twelfth-century literati to the traditional handscrolls being produced today, Chinese painting has always had the power to enthrall. This magnificent book, written by a team of eminent international scholars, is the first to recount the history of Chinese painting over a span of some three thousand years

Written by three eminent specialists in the United States and three in China, Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting combines the best of both countries' scholarly approaches with new discoveries and illustrations of numerous paintings located in China and previously little known abroad.

James Cahill is professor emeritus of the history of art at the University of. .This book, which is the first in the Culture and Civilization of China series.

James Cahill is professor emeritus of the history of art at the University of California, Berkeley. It is indeed a welcome development.

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Start by marking Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this book the authors rewrite the history of Chinese art wherever it is found-in caves, temples, or museum collections. They begin by grounding the Western reader in Chinese traditions and practices, showing in essence how to look at a Chinese painting. The book, which concludes with a glossary of techniques and terms and a list of artists by dynasty, is an essential resource for all lovers of, or newcomers to, Chinese painting.

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This painter uses combinations of traditional and non traditional methods. Zeng Gang's paintings are considered "modern" styles in China.

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Comments:

Mitynarit
Excellent book: Combines authoritative, easily readable text with good selection of pictures to cover all of Chinese Painting. It is several years out of date, but that does not matter in the sweep of history. The pictures are sometimes a bit fuzzy by newer standdards, but the unique combination of readability, authority, and many pictures is very helpful.
Agamaginn
I was looking for a book on Chinese painting with plenty of illustrations. In the Amazon reviews this book was praised for it's ample examples of paintings. I ordered this book and the pictures did not let me down.

But the essays written by five experts were a surprising bonus of enjoyable informative commentaries providing concise but comprehensive introductions to painters and their works. This is just the book for a new comer to Chinese painting.

One book hasn't made me an authority, but I now know about the southern and northern schools, recognize some Daoist and Buddhist influences on painting, and I've seen an example of Guanxiu's distorted visages, have wondered at Gou Xi's 'Early Spring', have seen Fan Kuan's massive mountain reduce humans to paltry piddling beings verging on non-entities, have appreciated bird, animal, and delicate plant portraits and Liang Kai's distinct images as well as many other worthies.

Some of the most fascinating and aestheticly moving paintings to me are Wang Shen's 'Serried Hills Over a Misty River', Ma Lin's 'Sunset Landscape' and Xia Gui's 'Twelve Landscapes'; all paintings that elevate emptiness to an integral part of the scene giving outlined forms a vulnerable lonliness. These paintings take Miles Davis's advice a thousand years before he spoke it "Don't play[paint] what's there, play[paint] what's not there.

After being introduced to some of the artists and their works, I wish more of their art had been included, but then what better accolade can an introductory book receive than it leaves you wanting more.
Runeshaper
I can only recommend this book. There is described the whole chinese painting history, about all artists, their paintings and so on. In addition to the descriptions, there are many illustrations, many famous works related to the painters so that you can connect the written facts with the paintings. They are wonderful big and colored pictures.
In the beginning of the book there is even a choronology, a list of all the emperors and a map of China; as in the back of the book there is a list of the artists assorted by period, the names displayed in pinyin, Gade-Wales, other transciptions and even with the chinese characters.
For me this was one of the best purchases I ever made, to get such a great book is nearly priceless. Right now I use it for my studies, but I will use it forever.

If you want to have an academic book of the chinese painting or just now more about them, then buy it!
Cktiell
This is an excellent book for beginners or anyone who like to read and research further into Chinese paintings. It is a must-have if you are into Chinese Ink painting. It is very well written with no jargon. You will get to learn the important and key artists and their works in each dynasty and with excellent illustrations.
Brariel
Great condition. Is the best explanation of Chinese history in technical terms of attendant art for each period. History is complete.
Gavinranara
good in condition
Cordaron
This book is one of those books that should be in the library of all Chinese Brush painters who want to have a deeper understanding of Chinese painting. It is a book that can be studied at deeper and deeper levels.
A little wordy, but that's to be expected with an art class I suppose. Interesting book nonetheless with great artwork.

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