Paradise and Plumage: Chinese Connections in Tibetan Arhat Painting

Juxtaposing Chinese and Tibetan versions of identical compositions in paintings and objects from the fourteenth through eighteenth centuries, this exhibition included examples of tangka painting, Chinese hanging scrolls, album leaves, porcelain ceramics, and scholars’ rocks. A traveling exhibition organized in collaboration with the Rubin Museum of Art, New York.
Publisher
Tang, co-published with the Rubin Museum of Art and Serlina Publications, Chicago
Cover Type
Softcover
Page Count
103
Year Published
2004-2005
Designer
Milton Glaser Inc.
Editors and Authors
Edited and essay by Rob Linrothe; Foreword by Shelley and Donald Rubin
Curators
Rob Linrothe, Associate Professor of Art History, Skidmore College

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