Title: 中华艺术通史 7 · 五代两宋辽西夏金卷 · 上编 Zhonghua yishu tongshi 7 - wu dai liang song xi xia jin juan - shang bian
Main editor: 李希凡 Li Xifan
ISBN: 7-303-07706-5, 978-7-303-07706-9
Series: 中华艺术通史 Zhonghua yishu tongshi
Publisher: 北京师范大学出版社 (Beijing Normal University Publishing House)
Date of Publication: 2006.06
Number of pages: 383 pages
Dimensions: 29 x 21,5 cm
General Chinese Art History is a comprehensive and large opus that contains such main art segments as fine arts, music, drama, dance, dramatic balladry and so on and also a grand masterpiece supplying a gap and with initiation significance. General Chinese Art History represents the Chinese art research level at present and ist content will be stable and irreplaceable for long time and also has high documentary value. Also, General Chinese Art History is an art encyclopedia, the necessary book for various libraries, the important window for foreigners to view Chinese arts and the teaching reference for various levels of art schools.
General Chinese Art History, compiled in the development order of the Chinese history, starts from the primitive society and ends in the third year of the Xuantong Period of the Qing Dynasty (AC 1911), in detail, including Volume of the primitive society, Volume of the Qin and Han Dynasties, Volume of Three Kingdoms, Two Jins, Southern and Northern Dynasties, Volume of the Sui and Tang Dynasties (Part I and Part II), Volume of the Five Dynasties, Two Songs, the Liao Kingdom and the Xixia Kingdom (Part I and Part II), Volume of the Yuan Dynasty, Volume of the Ming Dynasty (Part I and Part II) and Volume of the Qing Dynasty (Part I and Part II); together with the Index to Chronological Table of the Chinese History, the book totally has 14 volumes, more than 7,000,000 words and over 3,000 pictures. It is precisely color-printed in copperplate.
General Chinese Art History has quite high technicality, documentary, aesthetics and practicability and is a classical and excellent work that has cost ten-year efforts and pains of Beijing Normal University Press.
Order No.: 50.0101