A Short History of Chinese Art

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INDEX
Academy 88, 115, 117, 119, 121
acentric 114
Achæmenian 62
Afghanistan66
akinakes46
allegory 59
alloy 46
altarpieces 67, 68, 72
amateur 126
Amitābha 71, 72, 98, 99
Amoghavajra 78, 101, 103
ancestors 28, 29, 55
"Ancient Bamboo Books" 35
Andersson, J. G.17, 18, 129
Anhui 42
Aniko 84
animal décor 28, 54
An-yang 29, 55
antithetical 99
apotropæic 28, 37, 55
archaic 63, 66, 78, 82
Art Institute of Chicago34, 41, 43, 49, 58, 75, 82, 85, 126
Ashton, L.130
Assyrian 62
Astāna 101
atectonic 113
ātitman78
atmosphere 112
Avalokiteśvara 69, 77, 81
baroque 39, 42, 59, 68, 73, 79, 83, 84, 85, 117, 121
base line 87, 90, 91, 92
base plane 92, 94
Battle-axe folk 19
bear 60, 87, 89
Beck, H. C.130
bell 44, 46
belt hooks 49, 58, 61, 62
Benares 95
Berlin30, 84, 102, 114
Bessarabia 21
bhūta-tathātā71
Bidwell Collection 58
Binyon, L.114
black pigment 32
black pottery 24 ff.
Bodhisattva 68-70, 72-76, 79, 82, 98, 100, 103 125
Bœotia 90
bone 17, 24, 50
Borovka, G.129
Boston38,69 f., 72, 76, 80, 109-111, 115, 118, 121
Brahmanism 78
Brahmavati 103
braid 44, 46, 87
British Museum71, 98, 107, 109
Buddha 64-66, 68, 71, 73-75, 80 f., 100, 103 f.
Buddhism, Buddhist 63 f., 78, 98, 101 f., 117 f., 125
buffalo 56 f., 61, 87
C, "recumbent C", 33
calligraphy 100, 109
Camondo 55 f., 58
carinated 22, 31
Caucasian 87
cave temples 66, 95 f.
Central Asia58, 61, 65 f., 74, 95 f., 101 f.
Chai Yung64
Ch'an109, 117
Ch'ang-an77
Chang Hsüan100
Chang Lu123 ff.
Chang Po-yüan103
Chang Yen-yüan110, 119
Chao Mēng-fu107, 119 ff., 125
Chao Po-chü119
Chao Ta-nien112, 116, 118
Chavannes, E.131
Chē School123 f., 126
Chēkiang71, 123
Ch'ēn Chien-ju124
Ch'ēn Mēng-chia129
Ch'ēn Tao128
Ch'ēng35 f., 40, 58, 93
Ch'ēng-tzŭ Yai24
Ch'i Chia22
chia33, 37, 56
Chia-hsiang 62, 90 f ., 93
Chiang Tzŭ-ya123
Chicago35, 44 f., 76
Ch'ien Lung94
chih36, 88

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A Short History of Chinese Art
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Preface 7
  • Acknowledgment 8
  • Contents 9
  • List of Illustrations 11
  • Chinese Dynasties 15
  • The Neolithic Age 17
  • The Bronzes 26
  • Sculpture - Shang to Han 55
  • Painting 86
  • Notes 129
  • Index 133
  • Plates 141
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