Harrist, Robert: PAINTING AND PRIVATE LIFE IN ELEVENTH-CENTURY CHINA. Mountain Villa by Li Gonglin. Princeton, 1998. 256 pp. 86 halftones. 18x12 cm. Cloth.
In the 11th century, the focus of Chinese painting shifted. A group of scholar-artists began making paintings that reflected their private lives. Through a detailed analysis of Mountain Villa, a new explanation for the rise of autobiographic content in Chinese art is offered.
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