Along the Riverbank: Chinese Painting from the C.C. Wang Family Collection

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Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1999 - Painting - 174 pages
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"Among the twelve paintings presented here is the famed Riverbank, attributed to the tenth-century master Dong Yuan (active 930s-60s), one of the patriarchs of the scholarly Southern school of landscape painting. An essay by Wen C. Fong presents an in-depth stylistic analysis and contextual history of the painting. A physical analysis of the work is also included."--BOOK JACKET. "An extended essay by Maxwell K. Hearn examines all twelve paintings."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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Introduced by two eminent scholars of Chinese art, this exhibition catalog provides a detailed stylistic analysis and contextual history of the 12 Chinese paintings recently given to the Metropolitan ... Read full review

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Maxwell K. Hearn is Douglas Dillon Curator and Shiyee Liu is Research Associate, both in the Department of Asian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Wen C. Fong is Professor Emeritus, Princeton University, and Curator Emeritus, Asian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Chin-Sung Chang is Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Art History, Seoul National University.

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