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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 9. Painting by Zheng Wuchang 鄭午昌. From Zheng Xiaoxu et al., Flight of the Dragon . Detail of a handscroll; ink and light colors on paper (?). Whereabouts unknown; presumed lost. Reproduced in Johnston, Twilight in the Forbidden City , foldout between pages 430 and 431. Figure 9 More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 16. Zheng Xiaoxu, Painted Pine ( Hua song 畫松). Reproduced in The National Fine Arts Exhibition of 1929 , vol. 1 ( Jin ), n.p. Figure 16. Zheng Xiaoxu, Painted Pine (Hua song 畫松). Reproduced in The National Fine Arts Exhibition of 1929, vol. 1 (Jin), n.p. More
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Archives of Asian Art (2020) 70 (1): 51–83.
Published: 01 April 2020
...Figure 9. Painting by Zheng Wuchang 鄭午昌. From Zheng Xiaoxu et al., Flight of the Dragon . Detail of a handscroll; ink and light colors on paper (?). Whereabouts unknown; presumed lost. Reproduced in Johnston, Twilight in the Forbidden City , foldout between pages 430 and 431. Figure 9...
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 7. “Preface by His Majesty the Emperor Xuantong,” composed by Puyi (?) and transcribed by Zheng Xiaoxu 鄭孝胥 (1860–1938) in Tianjin, November 1931. Reproduced in Johnston, Twilight in the Forbidden City , 11. Figure 7. “Preface by His Majesty the Emperor Xuantong,” composed by Puyi More
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Published: 01 April 2020
Figure 8. Title piece by Chen Baochen 陳寶琛, A Storm and a Marvel ( Feng yi 風異). From Zheng Xiaoxu et al., Flight of the Dragon . Detail of a handscroll; ink on paper (?). Whereabouts unknown; presumed lost. Reproduced in Johnston, Twilight in the Forbidden City , foldout between pages 430 More