Eleven Books and Twelve Booklets on Chinese Painting
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Eleven Books and Twelve Booklets on Chinese Painting, Max Loehr, Great Painters of China, Icon edition; Mette Siggstedt, Zhou Chen, Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities; James Cahill, Chinese Painting, Skira (paperback); Shane McCausland, First Masterpiece of Chinese Painting: the Admonitions Scroll, Braziller; Wu Hung, Double Screen, University of Chicago Press (paperback); National Palace Museum, Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Paintings in the National Palace Museum; Na Chih-Liang, Emperor's Procession, National Palace Museum; Osvald Siren Exhibition of Paintings in the National Museum of Stockholm; Wucius Wong, Tao of Chinese Landscape Painting, Design Press; Alice R.M. Hyland, Literati Vision: Sixteenth Century Wu School Painting and Calligraphy, Brooks Museum of Art; Richard Edwards, Art of Wen Cheng-ming, Museum of Art, University of Michigan; Michael Sullivan, Notes on Early Chinese Screen Paintings, (Artibus Asiae offprint); Frank Caro Gallery, Important Chinese Paintings, Walker Art Center, Chinese Paintings; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Paintings Zhi Garden by Zhang Hong; Alice R.M. Hyland, Deities, Emperors, Ladies and Literati, Birmingham Museum of Art; Barry Till, Chinese Paintings in Canadian Collections, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; Marjory L. Williams, Chinese Painting: An Escape from the "Dusty" World, Cleveland Museum of Art; James Cahill, Chinese Album Leaves in the Freer Gallery, Smithsonian; Chinese Screen Supplement to China Reconstructs, 1961; Bo Gyllensvard, "Some Early Chinese Figure Paintings in Stockholm," offprint from Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities Bulletin, 41; Robert Treat Paine, Jr., Figure Compositions of China and Japan Museum of Fine Arts Boston (Picture Book); Nie Chongzheng, Album of Yuan Jiang's Landscape with Pavilion Paintings.
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