Two Twelfth Century Texts on Chinese Painting: Translations of the Shan-shui Chʻun-chʻüan Chi by Han Cho and Chapters Nine and Ten of Hua-chi by Teng Chʻun
University of Michigan, Center for Chinese Studies, 1970 - Landscape painting, Chinese - 74 pages
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