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China, 5000 Years: Innovation and Transformation in the Arts

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China, 5000 Years: Innovation and Transformation in the Arts
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Publisher: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
ISBN/ASIN: 0892072024
ISBN-13: 9780892072026
Number of pages: 504

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This catalogue is an invaluable resource for scholars of Chinese culture and art. It includes sixteen essays by scholars of Chinese culture, including Wu Hung, Helmut Brinker, James Cahill, Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Patricia Ebrey, Sherman Lee, and Zhang Wenbin.

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