Point and counterpoint
Illustrated, descriptive catalogue, written to accompany the first of a series of Asian art exhibitions, mounted from the National Gallery of Victoria's collection of Asian art. Explores some of the connections between Japanese and Chinese art, and also indigenous Japanese and Chinese-influenced traditions in Japanese Art. Discusses topics such as the Japanese, courtly tradition, calligraphy and painting , and Chinese influence on bird, flower and landscape representations in Japanese, art. Includes a chronology and a select bibliography.
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