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北山汲古 The Bei Shan Tang Legacy [20% OFF]

中國繪畫 Chinese Painting

Edited by Harold Mok & Ho Ka-yi


English, Chinese , 2019/09 Art Museum, CUHK

Tags: Art, Painting, Chinese Painting

365 x 265 mm , 838pp ISBN : 978-988-19493-2-5

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This three-volume exhibition catalogue features 120 ancient Chinese paintings donated or loaned to the Art Museum, CUHK, by Bei Shan Tang. It includes entries and 10 essays written by faculty, alumni and graduate students of the Department of Fine Arts, CUHK. This bilingual catalogue also comes with plates in full colour and the transcription of all inscriptions, colophons and seals of exhibited paintings.

MOK Kar Leung Harold (Emeritus Professor, Department of Fine Arts, CUHK)

Professor Harold Mok received his B.A. and M.Phil. degrees from The University of Hong Kong and D.Phil. degree from the University of Oxford, UK. An historian of Chinese art, he taught at The University of Hong Kong before joining the Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, in 1989. Professor Mok teaches courses in the history of Chinese painting and calligraphy, methodology in art studies, etc. He was Head of Division of Fine Arts in 2002-2008 and Chairman in 2008-2017, now is Professor of the Department, as well as Expert Advisor (Museum) to the Leisure and Cultural Services Department., HKSAR. His research focuses on post-Tang calligraphy and Hong Kong calligraphy.


HO Ka Yi (Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, CUHK)
Professor Ka-yi Ho received her Ph.D. degree from the Department of Art History at University of California, Los Angeles. Her research interests include ancient Chinese painting, Chinese court art, religious painting of the Ming and Qing periods, artistic and cultural interactions in East Asia, and the history of art collecting. Professor Ho teaches courses in the history of Chinese painting and calligraphy, including artistic traditions in China, court painting, literati painting, etc. Before joining the Department of Fine Arts in 2020, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the department and the Art Museum, CUHK, and an Andrew W. Mellon predoctoral fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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