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Painting and patronage at the Mongol court of China, 1260-1368

Marsha Smith Weidner

Painting and patronage at the Mongol court of China, 1260-1368

by Marsha Smith Weidner

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Painting, Chinese -- Sung-Yüan dynasties, 960-1368

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marsha Smith Weidner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND1043.4 W44
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 371 p. :
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14768291M

    The Song Dynasty ruled China between and CE and is divided into two distinct periods, Northern and Southern. During the Northern Song (–), the capital was in the northern city of Bianjing (now Kaifeng) and the dynasty controlled most of what is now Eastern China.   Guantao writing style makes an excellent example of Chinese painting in the Yuan period a valuable source of information about the costumes and customs of the court of the Mongol era. Very widespread in the Yuan currently receivi ng so-called "art scholars" - the direction of aestheticism, which developed even during Sunah.

    Weidner, Marsha. “Aspects of Painting and Patronage at the Mongol Court, – ” In Li Chu‐tsing, ed., Artists and Patrons: Some Social and Economic Aspects of Chinese Painting. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Kress Foundation.   Mughal Painting under Akbar the Great. Akbar was a champion of new styles in literature, architecture, music, and painting. Although he was illiterate, at the time of his death in the imperial library contai volumes, and the number of painters in .

    One of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken in the history of official Chinese historiography was the compilation of the “standard histories” (cheng-shih 正史)of the Liao (–), Chin (–), and Sung (–) dynasties under the auspices of the Mongol rulers of the Yuan dynasty (—).¹ It was an extraordinary undertaking not only because of its. China - China - Literature: Chinese literature of the period also showed conservative tendencies. Poetry composition remained a favourite pastime of the educated class, including the Sinicized scholars of Mongol, Central Asian, and western Asian origins, but no great works or stylistic innovations were created. During the last chaotic decades of the Yuan, some notable poets emerged, such as.


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This book illuminates the Yuan era - full of conflicts and complex interactions between Mongol power and Chinese heritage - by delving into Reviews: 5. Kublai Khan ( – ) was the grandson of Genghis Khan and became the fifth Great Khan ruling the Mongol Empire from until his death.

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diss., University of California, Berkeley, ). ang Yao-t’ing, “Beyond the 8.The Ilkhanids were of Mongol origin, and the papers range from their contacts with China to the way in which they were perceived by their Mamluk rivals in Egypt.

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