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First masterpiece of Chinese painting : the Admonitions scroll / Shane McCausland
Bib ID 3622727
Format BookBook
Author
McCausland, Shane, 1968-
 
Description London : British Museum Press, 2003 
143 p. : ill.(mostly col.) ; 22cm. 
ISBN 0714124176
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Gu, Kaizhi, 344-405. Admonitions of the instructress to the court ladies.  |  Gu, Kaizhi, 344-405 -- Criticism and interpretation.  |  Zhang, Hua, 232-300. Nü shi zhen -- Illustrations.  |  Scrolls, Chinese -- Three kingdoms-Sui dynasty, 220-618.
Other authors/contributors Gu, Kaizhi, 344-405

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