AAA, vol. 65, no. 1&2 (2015: Double Issue)

Lang Jingshan (China, 1892–1995), Yiye bianzhou du wanjiang (One small boat crosses a thousand rivers), 1963. LACDA.
From The Allegorical Landscape: Lang Jingshan’s Photography in Context by Mia Yinxing Liu as seen in this issue.

Archives of Asian Art, volume 65, number 1&2 features the the following essays and works:

The Allegorical Landscape: Lang Jingshan’s Photography in Context
Mia Yinxing Liu, 1

The Pulled Back View: The Illustrated Life of Ippen and the Visibility of Karma in Medieval Japan
Chelsea Foxwell, 25

Painted Palm-Leaf Manuscripts and the Art of the Book in Medieval South Asia
Jinan Kim, 57

A Fifteenth-Century Sino-Tibetan Buddha Hall at the Lu Family Tusi
Aurelia Campbell, 87

Made by the Empire: Wang Xizhi’s Xingrangtie and Its Paradoxes
Martin Kern, 117

Imperial Apparitions: Manchu Buddhism and the Cult of Mañjuśrī

Wen-Shing Chou, 139

New Acquisitions: Art of Asia Acquired by North American Museums, 2012–2013, 181

Errata, 237

Find the full text of the issue at Project MUSE


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