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AH113 Introduction to East Asian Art: Home

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Picturing heaven in early China by Lillian Lan-ying Tseng

Harvard University Press, 2011

N8217.C62 T79 2011 

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Japan and the culture of the four seasons : nature, literature, and the arts by Haruo Shirane

Columbia University Press, 2012

PL721.S4 S55 2012 

Location: Tutt North Basement

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East Asian Art Research

You will focus on Chinese and Japanese art, but art can only be understood in the context of culture, history, religion and a myriad of other factors.  For this reason, your research may be interdisciplinary in nature, and you may want to explore history databases as well as art ones; a book on Daoism as well as one on Daosist paintings.

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