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Department
History of Art
Course
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg
Semester
Spring

Description
Chinese Painting The Burden of History The Forbidden City, Beijing, The Hall of  Supreme Harmony and the Hall of  Protecting Harmony   Chinese orders (power of authority): “symmetry,” “harmony,” “yin­ and­yang”  The Hall of Supreme Harmony: ceremonial center.  The Hall of Protecting Harmony: The Imperial civil service examinations (system to recruit local talents), Confucian classics, calligraphy, law, archery, horsemanship (scholar and elite) Dong Qichang The Qingbian  Mountain. Ming Dynasty (1617 .)  Hanging scroll, ink on paper  Dong Qichang’s Two School Theory: Literati (scholar-official, amateurs) vs. Academy (trained professionals)  Southern Zen (innovative, readical) vs. North (diligent, orthodox)  Expression over formality (literati tradition)  Usually there would be a person included to show the sca
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