Synopses & Reviews
This lavishly illustrated book surveys China's immense wealth of arts, architecture, and artifacts from Neolithic and Bronze Age China to the era of the Tang Dynasty. It is the first in a major three-volume series on the arts of China.
This handsome book is the first in a major three-volume series that will survey China's immense wealth of art, architecture, and artefacts from prehistoric times to the twentieth century. The Arts of China to AD 900 investigates the beginnings of the traditions on which much of the art rests, moving from Neolithic and Bronze Age China to the era of the Tang Dynasty around AD 900.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -269) and index.