Volume 32 – Number 2
Chinese Art in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
From Henan province, 546
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Achaeology and Anthropology, C 447A
This issue marks the first occassion in sixty years that the Chinese collection at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (UPM) has been published. Unique for its quality, the collection's main strength lies in Buddhist sculpture and paintings. The articles focus mainly on sculpture, while two essays re-evaluate the painting collection.
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James Cahill. Five Rediscovered Ming and Qing Paintings in the University of Pennsylvania Museum Roderick Whitfield. A Pair of Doves: A Northern Song Painting Rediscovered Gilbert L. Mattos and Yang Hua. The Chen Zhang Fanghu Richard Smithies. A Luohan from Yizhou in the University of Pennsylvania Museum Marilyn Gridley. A White-robed Guanyin as the Embodiment of a Liao Ideal Zhou Xiuqin. Emperor Taizong and His Six Horses Angela F. Howard. Reconstructing the Original Location of a Group of Sculptures in the University of Pennsylvania Museum Dorothy C. Wong. Maitreya Buddha Statues at the University of Pennsylvania Museum Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt. The Chinese Rotunda Turns 100
Fair Preview: The Arts of Pacific Asia Show in San Francisco Margaret Tao. The International 20th Century Arts Fair in New York Donald M. Stadtner. Book Review: Ralph Isaacs and T. Richard Blurton, Visions of the Golden Land: Burma and the Art of Lacquer