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Archives of Asian Art (2004) 54 (1): 23–33.
Published: 01 April 2004
...Kathleen Ryor Copyright © Asia Society 2004 Regulating the Qi and the Xin: Xu Wei (1521-1593) and his Military Patrons* KATHLEEN RYOR CARLETON COLLEGE Many historians have viewed sixteenth-century China research has shown, hereditary military officials...
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Archives of Asian Art (2011) 61 (1): 61–89.
Published: 01 April 2011
...-stances satisfactorily explain some of this incomplete work. This article, however, addresses the significant number of unfinished works that seem unexplained by specific historical circumstances, and proposes that the concept of “finish” was flexible. The patron's prime aim was to create a monument...
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Archives of Asian Art (2019) 69 (2): 155–179.
Published: 01 October 2019
...Einor K. Cervone Abstract A floating gallery, a drifting studio where sprawling waterscapes set off artwork on display and inspire original creation—the painting-and-calligraphy boat ( shuhua chuan) may sound like a postmodern experimental installation. For its Ming patrons, however, it was nothing...
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Archives of Asian Art (2020) 70 (2): 225–244.
Published: 01 October 2020
... modes and subject types are combined in the painting set analyzed by Gyatso supporting her assessment of the innovation of the artists selected by the patron, Desi Sangyé Gyatso (1653–1705). Copyright © 2020 Asia Society 2020 Tibetan medicine vernacular iconometry science and religion Desi...
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Archives of Asian Art (2016) 66 (1): 51–80.
Published: 01 April 2016
...Kumja Paik Kim Abstract The eighteenth-century Korean painter Kim Hong-do 金弘道 (1745–ca. 1806) still dazzles today's viewers with his paintings of genre scenes and Daoist immortals, just as he astonished his contemporaries with his talent and versatility. Although he had numerous patrons, none had...
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Archives of Asian Art (2006) 56 (1): 11–30.
Published: 01 April 2006
...Kate A. Lingley Copyright © Asia Society 2005 The Multivalent Donor: ZhangYuanfei at Shuiyu Si' KATE A. LINGLEY UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA he principal difficulty in studying individual patrons of possible approach, in this case relying on the close study of Buddhist...
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Archives of Asian Art (2003) 53 (1): 26–53.
Published: 01 April 2003
... did not efface her individual identity. In its archi- this monument: is there any point in knowing that this tectural details her temple differs from temples sponsored building's patron was a woman?' Readers in the twenty- by other Irukkuvels in much the same degree that those first century...
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Archives of Asian Art (2005) 55 (1): 65–78.
Published: 01 April 2005
... status of the patron, Ibrahim Rawda boasts a profusion of carved stonework, Fig. 1. Ibrahim Rawda complex. 1626-1633. Bidiapar. Photograph by author...
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Archives of Asian Art (2013) 63 (1): 27–58.
Published: 01 April 2013
.... as Persian, flirted with indigenous practices like vegeta- This final section turns to the growing literature in South rianism, sponsored the construction of Hindu temples, Asian art history on cultural translation, and considers and patronized Indian rı¯ti (a tradition of court) poetry translation...
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Archives of Asian Art (2011) 61 (1): 91–106.
Published: 01 April 2011
...- ˙ meaningfully adapted it. The Scindia chatrı¯s present the polis in the former Rajput state of Bikaner in present- dynasty as politically legitimate through a recognizably day Rajasthan. These examples are typical of the Rajput royal medium, but one that the Scindia patrons trans- cenotaphs, although...
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Archives of Asian Art (2012) 62 (1): 47–67.
Published: 01 April 2012
... University hroughout Korea’s Choso˘n period (1392–1910), artist’s image as free and romantic, modest and cultured, Tcourt painters were the major producers of pictures an image constructed from the somewhat conventional for both the court and private patrons.1 As government compliments of his...
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Archives of Asian Art (2014) 64 (1): 59–73.
Published: 01 April 2014
... recent or even older pre-incarnations 1663–1737), based on the eighteenth-century Narthang of the teachers were added to the group over the years, Monastery (snar thang dgon pa) xylograph-based series whether this was the intention of the original patron of depictions of the successive incarnations...
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Archives of Asian Art (2003) 53 (1): 7–25.
Published: 01 April 2003
... to the role of individual or institutional patrons in determining the nature of the artwork. Patronage studies frequently revealed fascinating new insights into the etiology of spe...
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 33–56.
Published: 01 April 2009
... of Ghurid-patronized mosques, the Kaman building, in- cluding both columns and ceilings, was also constructed of older architectural components (Fig. 17A...
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Archives of Asian Art (2017) 67 (1): 25–59.
Published: 01 April 2017
... of the larger visual culture. By taking charge of the process of change rather than succumbing to it, he, his patron, and painters and patrons like them set their own conditions for an acceptable colonial culture. By the end of the nineteenth century, new aesthetic values were permeating British India's...
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 57–80.
Published: 01 April 2009
...-Dı¯n to 1320 ce from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, I hope and names its patron, a local governor for the Khaljı¯ to demonstrate that bringing the fourteenth-century sultanate of Delhi, which held power from 1290 to Bija¯puri mosques out of the margins and into the center 1320...
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Archives of Asian Art (2003) 53 (1): 54–70.
Published: 01 April 2003
... confounding the influenced the aesthetic imagination of the elites. These borrowed norms of the landscape is the crescent formed British artists were emulated by Indian artists who, in by the rolled-up drape, which counters the arc of her tur- working for European or local aristocratic patrons, adopt...
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Archives of Asian Art (2006) 56 (1): 61–80.
Published: 01 April 2006
... that the preponderant monastic presence on the east bank was considered to require a different visual program than that necessary for the pilgrims who patronized the west-bank...
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Archives of Asian Art (2018) 68 (1): 33–46.
Published: 01 April 2018
... seventeenth centuries, members of the Maratha gentry who commissioned architecture were an integral part of the Deccan sultanates, and used exactly the same architectural craftspeople and styles; thus, the architecture of the Deccan sultanates permeated the countryside, irrespective of patron identity...
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 7–31.
Published: 01 April 2009
..., produced newly revised interpretive frameworks that Kadwa¯ha¯ was a site of local significance as a major reli- transcend monolithic understandings of Hindu-Muslim gious center that was actively patronized by kings ruling interaction.2 Much less is known, however, about how at Chanderi and Narwar...