Archives of Asian Art, vol. 64, no. 2 (2014)

Fig. 12. Liu Kuiling. Untitled (leopard), date unknown. Screen painting (one of four), ink and color on paper. Source: Liu Kuiling (Beijing: Rongbaozhai, 1992), 34.
From Lisa Claypool’s essay, this issue: Liu Kuiling. Untitled (leopard), date unknown. Source: Liu Kuiling (Beijing: Rongbaozhai, 1992).

Archives of Asian Art, volume 64, number 2 features the following:

Bitter Songs and Poetic Images: An Introduction to Susan Bush’s “Mi Youren’s and Sima Huai’s Joint Poetry Illustrations”
Jerome Silbergeld, available only online

Mi Youren’s and Sima Huai’s Joint Poetry Illustrations
Susan Bush, 97

Figuring Salvation: The Hōryūji Clay Sūtra Tableaux
Akiko Walley, 119

Habitat Dioramas: Liu Kuiling’s Animal Paintings in Republican-Era Tianjin
Lisa Claypool, 165

‘‘A Simultaneous Validity of Co-Existing Cultures’’: J. Swaminathan, the Bharat Bhavan, and Contemporaneity
Katherine Hacker, 191

Obituary: John M. Rosenfield (1924–2013)
Yoshiaki Shimizu, 211

New Acquisitions: Art of Asia Acquired by North American Museums, 2012–2013, 215


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