Screen of kings: royal art and power in Ming China
"Screen of Kings is the first book in any language to examine the cultural role of the regional aristocracy - relatives of the emperors - in Ming dynasty China (1368-1644). Through an analysis of their patronage of architecture, calligraphy, painting and other art forms, and through a study of...
|Main Author:||Clunas, Craig|
University of Hawaiʻi Press,