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Along the Riverbank: Chinese Painting from the C.C. Wang by Maxwell K. Hearn

By Maxwell K. Hearn

An in-depth stylistic exam and particular actual research of the famed tenth-century "Riverbank, in addition to different chinese language outdated grasp work.

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