Chinese Art & Culture
An introduction to Chinese art and culture looks at such varied art forms as calligraphy, architecture, music, dance, drama, and painting, along with a discussion of Chinese history, geography, and peoples.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Lacquerware and Cork
Paintings and Calligraphy
Other editions - View all
8th century ancient Chinese animals archaeologists Art Museum artisans artists b.cE bamboo beautiful began Beijing birds blockcutter bodhisattvas bronze brush strokes Buddha Buddhist Buddhist temples buildings built calligraphy ceramics cheongsam Chinese art Chinese opera Chinese painters Chinese silk clay color Communist Confucianism Confucius create dancers date back decorated Diamond Sutra Dong dragon dance drums Dunhuang embroidered enamel feature fired gardens glaze gold Heinemann Library important instruments jade Jingdezhen kiln lacquer lacquerware landscape Lao Zi layer lion dance live loess Mao Zedong Ming mold mother-of-pearl Museum of Art objects oracle bones overhanging roofs pagodas painting styles paper pavilions pots pottery printing block produce province Qin Shi Huangdi Qing religious ritual scenes sculptures shadow puppets Shang shape shows Silk Road silver sometimes southern China stone Tang dynasty Taoism taotie tapestry technique terra-cotta threads tombs traditional trees usually viewer wood Woodblock Prints wooden yellow Zhejiang Zhou