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    Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China
    by Craig Clunas

    Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China – READ MORE

    • Genres: art
    • Format: hardcover, 224 pages
    • ISBN: 9781861890085 (1861890087)
    • Language: english
    • Release date: March 1, 2006
    • Author: Craig Clunas
    • Publisher: Reaktion Books

    About The Book

    Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China is not simply a survey of sixteenth-century images, but rather, a thorough and thoughtful examination of visual culture in China’s Ming Dynasty, one that considers images wherever they appeared — not only paintings, but also illustrated books, maps, ceramic bowls, lacquered boxes, painted fans, and even clothing and tomb pictures.

    Clunas’s theory of visuality incorporates not only the image and the object upon which it is placed but also the culture which produced and purchased it. Economic changes in sixteenth-century China — the rapid expansion of trade routes and a growing class of consumers — are thus intricately bound up with the evolution of the image itself. Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China will be a touchstone for students of Chinese history, art, and culture.

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