Flowering in the Shadows: Women in the History of Chinese and Japanese Painting
Marsha Smith Weidner
University of Hawaii Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Art - 315 pages
For well over a thousand years Chinese and Japanese women created, commissioned, collected and used paintings, yet until recently this fact has scarcely been acknowledged in the study of East Asian art by Westerners.
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Collector of Painting and Calligraphy
Women Painters in Traditional China
The Painting of Liu Yin
The Conventional Success of Chen Shu
Women Painters at the Heian Court
The Life and Art of Cho Kõran
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