Chinese Paintings Collection

中国传世名画 / Chinese Paintings Collection  (3-volume set)

中国传世名画 / Chinese Paintings Collection (3-volume set)
Publisher: Beijing Publ House | 2004 | ISBN: 7900401156 | Chinese | PDF | 340 pages | 88.14 Mb

Chinese painting has a long history, with a distinctive national style and remarkable achievement, unique in the world art …
Cultivated Landscapes: Chinese Paintings from the Collection of Marie-Helene and Guy Weill [Repost]

Cultivated Landscapes: Chinese Paintings from the Collection of Marie-Helene and Guy Weill (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Maxwell K. Hearn
English | Sep. 2002 | ISBN: 1588390551 | 225 Pages | PDF | 35 MB
Hearn, Maxwell K., "Cultivated Landscapes: Chinese Paintings from the Collection of Marie-Hélène and Guy Weill"

Hearn, Maxwell K., "Cultivated Landscapes: Chinese Paintings from the Collection of Marie-Hélène and Guy Weill"
Metropolitan Museum of Art/Yale Un Pr | 2002 | ISBN: 1588390551/0300097824 | English | PDF | 220 pages | 35.05 Mb

This catalogue presents twelve superb works by leading fifteenth- and sixteenth-century artists of the Wu school, centered in the cosmopolitan city of Suzhou, by early Qing loyalist, Orthodox school, and individualist painters of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and by two twentieth-century masters. Richly illustrated and fully documented, each work is analyzed to elucidate its significance within its time, place, and the artist's oeuvre.
Along the Riverbank: Chinese Paintings from the C. C. Wang Family Collection

Along the Riverbank: Chinese Paintings from the C. C. Wang Family Collection
Metropolitan Museum of Art/H.N.Abrams | 1981 | ISBN: 0870999052/0810965410 | English | PDF | 182 pages | 40.22 Mb

This publication celebrates the promised gift to The Metropolitan Museum of Art from the Oscar Tang family of twelve major works from the C. C. Wang Family Collection, one of the great private collections of Chinese old master paintings to be assembled in the twentieth century. Ranging in date from the tenth to the early eighteenth century, these works significantly extend the Museum's holdings and reveal those areas of Chinese painting of particular interest to Mr. Wang…

Chinese Paintings XI-XIV Centuries  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at April 3, 2016
Chinese Paintings XI-XIV Centuries

Chinese Paintings XI-XIV Centuries
Crown Publishers | 1960 | ISBN: N/A | English | 98 pages | PDF | 6.5 MB

Jacek Yerka - Paintings collection  Graphics

Posted by elcho at April 6, 2008
Jacek Yerka - Paintings collection

Jacek Yerka - Paintings collection
36 paintings | various sizes | JPG | 8.2 MB

Born in Northern Poland in 1952, Surrealist Jacek Yerka resides in the Polish countryside with his wife and children. Possessing a tremendous ability to convey reality through his meticulous brushstrokes. Yerka adds a remarkable twist of fantasy to each and every painting. He gains his vision from dreams and the timeless surroundings of his pastoral-like existence.
Large resolution Tang and Song period Chinese paintings (REPOST)

Large resolution Tang and Song period Chinese paintings
~2000 paintings | ~2500 x 5000 dpi | JPG | ~3.1 GB

Chinese Calligraphy Collection  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by vidra at Nov. 6, 2006
Chinese Calligraphy Collection

Chinese Calligraphy Collection (中国传世书法)
Series: 创世卓越 | 北京出版社 (Beijing Publishing House) | 2005 | Language: Chinese
3 Volumes | 344 Pages | ISBN 7-900401-14-8 | PDF | ~70 MB

Large resolution Tang and Song period Chinese paintings  Graphics

Posted by vidra at Nov. 6, 2006
Large resolution Tang and Song period Chinese paintings

Large resolution Tang and Song period Chinese paintings
~2000 paintings | ~2500 x 5000 dpi | JPG | ~3.1 GB

Murck, Alfreda, and Wen Fong, "A Chinese Garden Court"

Murck, Alfreda, and Wen Fong, "A Chinese Garden Court"
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art | 1980 | ISBN: 0300195648 | English | PDF | 66 pages | 15.74 Mb

With the dedication of the Astor Court and Ming Room and the Douglas Dillon Galleries of Chinese paintings in spring 1981, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will have completed the first phase in the reinstallation of its Far Eastern collections. This ambitious program, for which plans were outlined nearly a decade ago, will eventually include galleries for Japanese, Korean, Indian, Southeast Asian, and ancient Chinese art. When it is completed, this artistic complex will rank in scope and in quality with the best in the world.