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Ancient Chinese Art by Maxwell K. Hearn

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Ancient Chinese Art
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Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN/ASIN: 0300193017
ISBN-13: 9780300193015
Number of pages: 97

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The challenge for the Metropolitan Museum of Art is to represent this colossal culture by the coherent display of aesthetic masterpieces that recapture the great moments of China's past. Collections such as that at the Metropolitan have grown under generations of collectors, curators, and changing fashions.

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