Bickford, Maggie: INK PLUM. The Making of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre. Cambridge, 1996. 384 pp. 40 halftones, 51 line diagrams, 4 tables. 29x22 cm. Cloth.
Ink plum painting first emerged in the Song dynasty and rapidly became an established genre of traditional Chinese painting. This erudite and detailed study examines its emergence and development.
Available, as of: 11/11/2017
Was item 26 in printed List 190.
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