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III.B.2. Painting, Calligraphy, and Ceramics

For an index to Sung and Yuan paintings, see:
Ref (W) ND1043.3.C3
LoC: ND1043.3 .C3
An Index of Early Chinese Painters and Paintings: T'ang, Sung, Yuan .
James Cahill, with Osvald Sirén and Ellen Johnston Laing.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980. 391 p.

For 18 texts related to Sung painting see:
Ref (W) ND1040.L68 1973x
LoC: Z5949.C5 L67
An Annotated Bibliography of Chinese Painting Catalogues and Related Texts.
Hin-cheung Lovell
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies. (Michigan Papers in Chinese Studies #16), 1973. 141 p.


  Gugong bowuyuan cang wenwu zhenpin quanji
(The Complete Collection of Treasures from the Palace Museum)
Hong Kong: Shangwu yinshuguan,1995-

Includes separate volumes on Song ceramics, calligraphy, and painting.

  Zhongguo meishu quanji (gudai bufen)
中國美術全集 (古代部分)
(The Complete Collection of Chinese Art)
Beijing: Wenwu chubanshe, 1984-1989.

Includes separate volumes on Song painting, sculpture, and calligraphy. A separate volume contains a general index and chronology.

For a comprehensive collection of reproductions of letters written during the Song period:

(C) PL2610 .S86 2000x Song Yuan chidu
中國美術全集 (古代部分)
(Letters from the Song and Yuan Dynasties)
[Shanghai shudian 上海書店]
北京: 文物出版社, 1984-1989.

This work contains reproductions of 210 letters from the Song and Yuan periods by 120 authors. Song pieces and authors dominate, with 113 authors working during the Song. This volume makes available the calligraphy of men other than the famous Song calligraphers, Su Shi, Huang Tingjian and Mi Fei. It also presents letters in their materiality, as opposed to transcribed versions in wenji. The letters are transcribed in the back. Short biographies of the letter writers are appended.

For a listing of 1126 Sung ceramics in the collection of the National Palace Museum, Taipei, see:

LoC: NK4565.4 .K86 1971
Sung Yuan tz'u-ch'i t'e-chan mu-lu.
(Catalogue of a special exhibit of Sung and Yuan ceramics).
Taipei: Kuo-li ku-kung po-wu yuan, 1971. 113 and 47 p.

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