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The Art Historical Art of Song China
The University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies presents a two-day workshop combining connoisseurial debate over the date of a controversial painting, with papers re-thinking the look of the past in the Song imagination.
This two-day workshop combines connoisseurial debate over the date of a controversial painting, with papers re-thinking the look of the past in the Song imagination. The workshop revisits a key problem Richard Barnhart identified more than thirty years ago, the disjunct combination of disparate historical styles in one painting. Nine speakers will join in from around the world, but the conversation will be open to all.
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