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Phoebus 8: Art at the Close of China's Empire

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Phoebus 8: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Preface” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 9-10. 

“The Significance of the Nineteenth Century for Modern Chinese History” by Stephen R. Mackinnon, p.

Phoebus 8: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Preface” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 9-10. 

“The Significance of the Nineteenth Century for Modern Chinese History” by Stephen R. Mackinnon, p. 11-17. 

“Looking at Late Qing Painting with New Eyes” by Chu-Tsing Li, p. 18-37. 

“Qian Du to Zhang Jing: The Artist and the Patron” by Ju-hsi Chou, p. 38-66.

“Zhou Xian's Fabulous Construct: The Thatched Cottage of Fan Lake” by Britta Erickson, p. 67-93.

“A Forgotten Celebrity: Wang Zhen (1867-1938), Businessman, Philanthropist, and Artist” by Hsing-yuan Tsao, p. 94-109.

“Satire and Situation: Images of the Artist in Late Nineteenth-Century China” by Richard Vinograd, p. 110-133. 

“Painters and Publishing in Late Nineteenth-century Shanghai” by Jonathan Hay, p. 134-188.

“Calligraphy at the Close of the Chinese Empire” by Lothar Ledderose, p. 189-207. 

“Glossary of Chinese Names and Terms” p. 211-219

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  • 1998