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    • The Arts
      November 2013

      500 Years of Chinese Oil Painting

      by Zhao Li, Yu Ding

      A monumental documentary work on the history and research achievement of the development of Chinese oil painting from 1542 to 2000, among which there are 8,000 well preserved oil paintings and precious historical pictures. The book, of 5 million chinese characters totally with 5 volumes, is the most profound, extensive and most representative documentary material on Chinese oil painting nowadays.

    • The Arts
      January 2002

      A History of Arts in New China

      by Zou Yuejin, etc.

      The series books contain A History of Music in New China, A History of Fine Arts in New China, A History of Drama in New China, A History of Films in New China and A History of Dance in New China. From the perspective of history, taking efforts made by artists in social development, politics, economy and culture, various difficulties faced by them and various achievements as the main clue, taking changes of various historic periods as the embranchments, the series books depict traces of transmutation of the history of the arts of New China, so as to present a clear picture of vivid structuring of the arts of New China. The publication of the series is regarded as a contribution to the study of the history of arts of New China.

    • The Arts

      China Through the Eyes of an American University President

      by Sidney A. McPhee

      China Through the Eyes of an American University President not only catches natural scenery and traditional culture of China, but also contains true reflections on joy, anger, sorrow and happiness of common Chinese people; the author interprets cultural diversity and cultural heritage of China through camera language, and gives highly praise on elegant demeanour of an eastern country which is rising sharply and integrating the world in big strides on unique prospective.

    • The Arts
      October 1996

      Collected Works of Qi Baishi

      by Lang Shaojun, Guo Tianmin, etc.

      Collected Works of Qi Baishi includes 2206 pieces of paintings and carvings, 1,850 pieces of cutting seals, 296 pieces of handwriting and 0.5 million words of poems and essays. It covers various styles like paintings, books, seals, poems, essays and postscripts of Qi Baishi,shows the representative works in all stages and the essence of various styles, and realizes the aim of collecting all the essential works of Qi Baishi. This book won the Third National Book Prize in 1997.

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      Fine Arts in the Era of Mao Zedong

      by Zou Yuejin

      The book put forward the concept of 'Fine Arts in the Era of Mao Zedong' academically for the first time. Starting from the publication of Mao Zedong's Talks at the Yan'an Forum on Literature and Art in 1942 and ending with the passing away of Mao Zedong, the book surveys this period by collecting more than 1,000 pictures and other data, which are arranged under eight themes. The book restores this period of the history of Chinese fine arts to the original form and gives prominence to the time features embodied in this phenomenon of fine arts. The introduction in the book expounds fine arts in the era of Mao Zedong in a macroscopic manner, discussing historical background, thoughts of literature and art, social environment and theme typology concisely and tersely so as to provide readers with theoretical perspective and approaches in understanding and perceiving this phenomenon of fine arts.

    • The Arts
      September 2013

      Huang Yongyu's Literary Undertaking

      by Li Hui

      This book has a brief introduction of the author, the author's self-introduction, his words, and remarks from others. It has many sections such as "Theme Variation", "An Old Man Older than Me", "Texts and Pictures—Pure Creativity", "The Endless Sorrow-free River", which picture a unique literature from many aspects. Thus the book is an original kind of documentary.

    • The Arts
      September 2017

      Introduction To Chinese Art Series

      by Chen Weihe

      On this land of China in the orient of the world, the civilization spanning 5,000 years has given birth to numerous artists and countless superb artworks. If a selective introduction should be made, the first choice will certainly be the form of visual art, because the eyes are the most important and intelligent human sensory organs. In order to introduce such an exquisite art form to people without any background in Chinese culture and people lacking perceptual experience in art, we have to painstakingly pick and choose. Out of consideration that the works must truly be the products of the wisdom of the Chinese nation, created by ordinary Chinese, determined to be unique Chinese art forms, and permeated with the aesthetic ideas of the Chinese culture, we finally chose Chinese painting, calligraphy, paper-cut, embroidery and knotwork, and wrote this Introduction to Chinese Art Series from these five aspects.

    • The Arts

      No Smooth Way: The Autobiography of Wu Guanzhong

      by Wu Guanzhong

      The book is the special version of the autobiography by the famous artist Wu Guanzhong in memorial of his fifth anniversary of the death of him.

    • The Arts
      February 1998

      Overseas Famous Chinese Paintings of Various Periods

      by Peng Benren

      More than 2,000 pieces of paintings are selected from over 20,000 overseas Chinese famous paintings of various periods of China, and are involved with more than 180 collection units or individuals in over 20 countries. This book consists of 8 volumes and the included works are hard to find in China. Many of these pieces of works are the first time to show in China, which can help readers to learn the charm of painting culture existing in China for several thousand years. This book has won the nomination prize in the 4th National Book Prize of China.

    • The Arts
      September 2003

      Panoramic of China

      by Multiple authors

      The book is a collection of photographic pictures reflecting China in an allround-way. It consists of 7 parts, including scenic spots and historical sites, gardensand known residences, city sights, industry and agriculture, folk custom and local conditions. With beautiful and clear-cut pictures in high quality, this comprehensive collection helps the reader roundly know New China developing rapidly.

    • The Arts
      April 2015

      Shen Congwen and Me

      by Huang Yongyu

      The heartfelt recalling of his uncle Shen Congwen as the mentor in his lifetime and the cultivation, encouragement and help for him by the modern artistic master Huang Yongyu.

    • The Arts

      Signs of China

      by Project group of Picture

      Nearly fifty symbols of traditional Chinese culture with strong symbolism, high recognition and extensive influence are selected in this book, whose connotation covers the fields like architecture, collection, dress and personal adornment, military affairs, health preservance and folk arts. The symbols are of special postion and meaning in the history of traditional Chinese culture since they are stereo, multidimensional, and full of fresh color and life with profound historical origins and cultural significance; therefore they not only bring people a visional impact and enjoyment, but conform with the Chinese aesthetic ideas and cultural complex in their innermost hearts; furthermore created originally by the Chinese ethnic peoples, they have a very deep brand of traditional Chinese aesthetic sentiment and historical memory, meanwhile they make a great effect on the development of culture and arts of mankind. With a view to make the panoramic scan of “traditional Chinese cultural symbols” this time, the compilers intend to display the essence of the culture of Chinese symbols and record the new growth of traditional Chinese culture truthfully through plentiful exqusite pictures in the lively and concise language on the basis of the principle of respecting history and deep exploration.

    • The Arts
      July 2005

      The Art History of the War of Resistance Against Japan

      by Huang Zongxian

      The fine arts reflecting the War of Resistance Against Japan extended their trails of development in a particular historical period, in which the Chinese fine arts developed in an unprecedented manner. Taking pencils and painters as their weapons, artists threw themselves in the War of Resistance Against Japan, which was like a raging fire. With patriotic enthusiasm, they created reputable works in the history of Chinese fine arts and invented a series of methods in creation influencing later generations. After the founding of New China in 1949, a group of artists in the army and other artists created paintings and pictures reflecting the various periods of the War of Resistance Against Japan, e.g. Tunnel Warfare, Five Heroes on Langya Mountain, A Great Campaign Waged by a Hundred Regiments, The Massacre in Nanjing, Eight Women Soldiers Would Rather Drown Themselves in a River Than Surrender and so on. The book collects art works of this theme made during the War of Resistance Against Japan and since 1949. More than 500 pictures with abundant notes referring to the background exhibit the history of the fine arts reflecting the War of Resistance Against Japan and artists' participation in culture.

    • The Arts
      May 2014

      The Centennial History of Chinese Art (1900-2000)

      by Yin Hong, Ling Yan, etc.

      This book series contain 5 volumes: The Centennial History of Chinese Cinematography (1900-2000) The Centennial History of Chinese Fine Arts (1900-2000) The Centennial History of Chinese Dancing (1900-2000) The Centennial History of Chinese Drama (1900-2000) The Centennial History of Chinese Music (1900-2000) A period historical works of the Chinese Art for the last hundred years (1900-2000),offering a profound analysis of the underlying interaction between the development of the centenial history of fine arts and society, economy, thoughts and cultural vicissitudes through the narration of the conditions of the development of Chinese art.

    • 2014

      The Complete Collection of Foreign Engravings by Lu Xun(volume1-5)

      by Lu Xun

      Five major volumes totally: Japanese Engravings (3 volumes), European & American Engravings, Soviet Union's Engravings(with appendix volume). With over 2000 pieces of the original rubbings of engravings bought directly by Mr.Lu Xun or from abroad by agents, and 305 painters from scores of countries.

    • 2006

      The Complete Works Of Wu Guanzhong

      by Shui Tianzhong, Wang Hua

      Owing to the spirit of exploration and experimentation in artistic practice, Mr. Wu Guanzhong has become an influencing and outstanding artist in the circle of Chinese fine arts. Mr. Wu Guanzhong has been diligent at creation. Excluding those work pieces lost or damaged deliberately by himself, nearly 5,000 paintings made by Mr. Wu Guanzhong have gone round in the world, including 500 oil paintings, about 3,000 wash paintings and around 1,500 sketches, watercolor paintings and drafts. The book consists of 9 volumes, ingathering 2,200 paintings and 1,500 thousand words. These paintings are his magnum opuses of all the periods of his creation, exhibiting his exploration and originality in art. His essays written in nearly 1,000 thousand words reflect his viewpoints and thoughts. The book exhibits his works vividly and demonstrates tridimensionally what Mr. Wu Guanzhong thought about and what he pondered on.

    • July 2013

      The Complete Works of Huang Yongyu. Fine Arts

      by Huang Yongyu

      Initiated by the Hunan Fine Arts Publishing House at the end of August, 2010, it is selected as a key national book program of the "12th Five-Year Plan" in 2011. The book, including all the fine arts, literature of Mr.Huang, has 14 volumes, with 8 fine arts volumes and 6 literature volumes.

    • 2012

      The History of the Fine Arts of Chinese Taoism (Volume 1)

      by Li Song

      The History of the Fine Arts of Chinese Taoism is following the historical order, beginning from the pre-Taoist Warring States period to Qing Dynasty, covers the whole developing period of Taoism. It is based on the exsting real materials combined with the historical documents.

    • September 2013

      The Legend of Huang Yongyu (addendum)

      by Li Hui

      This supplement edition has an extra chapter devoted to Mr. Huang Yongyu's 70 years of creation. It is a exquisite four-color edition with over 400 historical pictures and colored photos. It is meant for long-time collection.

    • 2017

      Twelve Years

      by Huang Yongyu

      Since 2006, Mr. Huang Yongyu has created 14 picture-text works on the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac every year, with cultural anecdotes, historical allusions, legends and his thoughts of social issues as well as his personal life experiences and artistic attitude incorporated therein. Totally 168 works have been created in 12 years, and the twelve creatures of the Chinese zodiac constitute a perfect completeness. They are humorous as well as poetic and interesting; ethereal, fresh and lifelike, containing the wisdom and philosophy of life; also blend his sense of innovation in the paintings, fitting the modern era's psychological needs for auspicious culture and those for folk culture; and expound the Chinese zodiac cultural concept of "vivid lifelikeness".

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