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Chinese Art Resources

Berliner, Nancy. Beyond the Screen: Chinese Furniture of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1996.

Caroselli, Susan. The Quest for Eternity. San Francisco: Chronicle Books and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Christe, Anthony. Chinese Mythology. London: Chancellor Press, 1996.

Clunas, Craig. Art in China. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Jacobsen, Robert and Nicholas Grindley. Classical Chinese Furniture in The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Paragon Publishing, 1999.

Medley, Margaret. The Chinese Potter. London: Phaidon Press Ltd., 1998.

Paludan, Ann. Chronicle of the Chinese Emperors. New York: Thames and Hudson Ltd., 1998.

Rawson, Jessica, ed. The British Museum Book of Chinese Art. New York: Thames and Hudson Ltd., 1992.

Silbergeld, Jerome. Chinese Painting Style, Media, Methods and Principles of Form. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992.

Sullivan, Michael. The Arts of China. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1999.

Thorp, Robert. Son of Heaven-Imperial Arts of China. Seattle: Son of Heaven Press, 1988.

Williams, C.A.S. Outlines of Chinese Symbolism and Art Motives. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1976.

Japanese Art Resources

The Art of the Japanese Screen. Grilli, Elise. (Tokyo, 1970)

The Golden Age of Japan. Hempel, Rose. (New York, 1983)

The Floating World in Japanese Fiction. Hibbett, Howard. (Rutland and Tokyo, 1959)

The Art of Japanese Screen Painting. Jacobsen, Robert D. (Minneapolis, 1984)

Images from the Floating World: The Japanese Print. Lane, Richard. (New York, 1978)

Byobu: Japanese Screens from New York Collections. Murase, Miyeko. (New York, 1971)

"Twelve Japanese Screens," The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. Meech-Pekarik, Julia. (Fall, 1979)

The Japanese Print: Its Evolution and Essence. Narazaki, Muneshige. (Tokyo, 1966)

The Great Age of Japanese Buddhist Sculpture AD 600-1300. Nishikawa, Kyotaro and Emily J. Sano. (Fort Worth, 1982)

Pure Land Buddhist Painting. Okasaki, J.(Tokyo, 1962)