A survey of Chinese art and culture from the Neolithic Period to the end of the 20th Century.
"Departing from the predictable narration of dynasties and styles, author-scholars, Robert Thorp and Richard Ellis Vinograd, present art as a cultural expression of societal expectations, politics, material culture, belief systems, and the wider field of culture." - Excerpt from the inside cover of the book. Includes bibliographical references and index.
(Please note that Chinese artists working in the late 20th Century have been selected for cataloguing)
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