Fu Shen ed: YUANDAI HUANGSHI SHUHUA SHOUCANG SHILUE. (A Historical Survey of the Yuan Dynasty Imperial Collection of Painting and Calligraphy). Shanghai, 2018. 173 pp. Numerous colour text illustrations. 28x21 cm. Wrappers.
GBP 40.00
A study of the imperial collecting of paintings during China's Mongol Yuan dynasty. Focuses on two imperial connoisseurs, Princess Sengge Ragi (c.1283-1331), great-granddaughter of Kublai Khan and her son-in-law, Prince Tugh Temur, who reigned for just four years as the Wenzong Emperor from 1328-1332. Illustrated with numerous paintings and calligraphy known to be in the Yuan collection, together with some associated material. A useful contribution to a little-studied area. In Chinese.
Subjects: Painting Connoisseurship
Item 25 in List 203.
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