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Unformatted text preview: Chinese and Korean Art after 1279 Guan Daosheng Bamboo Groves in Mist and Rain (detail) (1308) Yuan dynast y (established by Mongol Kublai Khan, 1279) Section of a hand scroll I nk on paper 9 1/8” x 3’ 8 7/8” Wu Zhen Stalks of Bamboo by a Rock (1347) Yuan Dynasty Hanging scroll I nk on paper 2’ 11 1/2” x 4 3/8” Huang Gongwang Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains (1347-1350) Yuan Dynasty Section of a hand scroll I nk on paper 1’ 7/8” x 20’ 9” I n painting landscape, one must avoid the perverse, the pretty, the vulgar, and the derivative. White bowl Ming Dynasty Dragon temple vase, Yuan Dynasty One of the first official initiatives of the newly-installed Mongol ruler was to establish a porcelain factory at Jingdezhen to meet the needs of the emperor and his court. Chinese artists produced one type and quality of porcelain ware for use at the imperial palace and other types and qualities for export. htt p:// www.world-heritage-tour.org/asia/china/ming-qing/beijing/forbidden-city/map.ht ml Wangshi Yuan Liu Yuan (16 cent ury) (16 cent ury) Lacquerware t able with drawers (c. 1426-1435) Ming Dynasty carved red lacquer on a wood core, 3’ 11” long. Shang Xi. Shang Xi....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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