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China T’ang AND SUNG
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Tomb wall painting of female attendants of Princess Yongtai. Note the T’ang styles of dress, hairdo, combs, etc. See LaPlante 14.6.
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Two examples of T’ang painting, taken from a hand scroll depicting 13 exceptional emperors and their attendants, aides and ministers. In the right hand painting note the two circular scepters, symbols of authority to rule. Note also the clothing, head gear and chairs made of lacquered wood.
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Ladies with flowers in their hair, depicting a spring holiday known as the “Flower Morning.” From a hand scroll, mid-Tang dynasty. They display many of the features of Tang taste and style, neither overly slim or heavy. Gold hairpins keep the artificial peony blossoms in place on their high bouffant hairdos. They epitomize Tang elegance and high fashion. See LaPlante color plate 9.
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Two Tang dynasty paintings of ladies of the court. Left, the ladies are engaged in a board game, Right, the ladies are preparing newly woven silk.
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Groom with two horses. See LaPlante 14.8.
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Famous late Tang painting of an entertainment of scholar-officials after a meal as they listen to a lady play the pipa.
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Two early landscapes done by the Tang poet-artist, Wang Wei. Both are
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HUM 240 taught by Professor Francescalawson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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