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Chinese Art and Ceramics: Sui, Tang and Song

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A sample of Chinese ceramic and visual art from the Sui through Song dynasties, especially ceramics, and bronzes.

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Chinese Art and Ceramics: Sui, Tang and Song

  1. 1. Sui-Tang-SongVisual and Material Culture
  2. 2. Chronology• Sui (589-618)• Tang (618-960) – An Lu-shan Rebellion (755-783) – Huang Chao Rebellion (875- )• "Five [Northern] Dynasties and Ten [Southern] Kingdoms" (907-960)• Song (960-1279) – Wang An-shih reforms (1069-1073) – Southern Song (1115-1279)
  3. 3. Sui-Tang
  4. 4. Early/Northern Song
  5. 5. Southern Song
  6. 6. Tang Buddhism
  7. 7. Tang White Porcelain
  8. 8. Tang Clay: Horses, Women
  9. 9. Tang Clay:Ewer, Grave Guardian
  10. 10. Tang Grave guardian
  11. 11. TangBronzeMirrors
  12. 12. Song Landscapes
  13. 13. Song Ceramics:incised, Celadon
  14. 14. Song Lacquer
  15. 15. SongJades
  16. 16. Qing Version of Song Scroll: City of Cathay
  17. 17. City of Cathay: Palace
  18. 18. City of Cathay: Mansion and Garden
  19. 19. City of Cathay: Pavilion
  20. 20. City of Cathay: Marketplace
  21. 21. City of Cathay: Transport
  22. 22. City of Cathay:Bridge, Palanquin
  23. 23. City of Cathay: Children
  24. 24. City of Cathay: Teahouse
  25. 25. Sources• City of Cathay scroll donated by Kathy Fischer• Nelson-Atkins Museum and Smithsonian Sackler Museum pictures by Jonathan Dresner – http://flickr.com/photos/jondresner• Maps from Stearns, et al, World Civilizations: the Global Experience, 2011• Finlay MacKenzie, Chinese Art, Spring Art Books, revised, 1964.

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