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|Statement||Photos. by Dominique Darbois. With an account of the 1958 expedition to Maichishan by Anil de Silva.|
|Contributions||Silva-Vigier, Anil de.|
|LC Classifications||NB1043 .S77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 77 p.|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||69015829|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, 77 pages, 55 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
Get this from a library. The cave temples of Maichishan. [Michael Sullivan; Anil de Silva-Vigier] -- The author describes the caves and their contents, and discusses the significance of Maichishan in the history of Chinese Buddhist art. Over plates in black and white along with descriptions of each and a general short history of the cave shrines which lie between China and Central Asia and which were never visited by ""travellers and writers on Buddhist art"" until the middle of this century.
There is also a short account of the expedition to Maichisan by Anil de Silva who collected the photographs here of Dominique. The Cave Temples of Maichishan Author Sullivan, Michael Illustrator Profusely illustrated Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Fine copy in fine dust jacket Edition 1st Binding Hardcover Publisher University of California Pre Place of Publication Berkeley Book Edition: 1st.
The Maijishan Grottoes (simplified Chinese: 麦积山石窟; traditional Chinese: 麥積山石窟; pinyin: Màijīshān Shíkū), formerly romanized as Maichishan, are a series of caves cut in the side of the hill of Majishan in Tianshui, Gansu Province, northwest China.
This example of rock cut architecture contains over 7, Buddhist sculptures and over 1, square meters of murals. The Cave Temples Of Maichishan The Three Perfections: Chinese Painting, Poetry, and Calligraphy Similar Authors To Michael Sullivan.
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The Cave Temples Of Maichishan by Michael Sullivan really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published The Cave Temples of Maichishan Text by MICHAEL SULLIVAN Photographs by DOMINIQUE DARBOIS The Buddhist cave shrines of Maichishan are among the most spectacular discoveries made in China in recent years.
Although long known to the inhabitants of this remote corner of Kansu Province, they were first surveyed in On the face of "Corn. SULLIVAN, M. The Cave Temples of Maichishan. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 77 pp.
pls. SU YING-HUI. The Buddhist Art of Wei, Tsin, and Southern and Northern Dynastiesat Tunhuang in China (Chinese Culture, XI, 2) p Sullivan, Michael and D.
Darbois, The Cave Temples of Maichishan (London: ). Tamura, Yoshiro and Kurata Bunsaku, etds., Art of the Lotus Sūtra, (Tokyo: Kosei, ), pp. Whitfield, Roderick, The Art of Central Asia: The Stein Collection in the British Museum vol. 3 on Textiles, Sculpture and Other Arts (Tokyo: ). Donovan Michael Sullivan (Chinese: 蘇立文), 29 October 28 Septemberwas a Canadian-born British art historian and collector, and one of the major Western pioneers in the field of modern Chinese art history and criticism.
Sullivan was born in Toronto, /5. Cox, Leonard B.The Buddhist cave-temples of Yun-kang & Lung-men / by Leonard B. Cox Australian National University Canberra Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. I think at least one Michael Sullivan is an archeologist, based on The Cave Temples Of Maichishan, House of Sun, and The Desert is Green Not Our Day to Die: Testimony from the Guatemalan Jungle was a book written by a Michael Sullivan who has experience with ferrying people and transporting medicine, crops, and supplies in South America.Maijishan was remote enough that its paintings and sculptures were spared during wars and revolutions, when other cultural relics were destroyed; they still record what the art historian Michael Sullivan in his history “The Cave Temples of Maichishan” described as “the metropolitan style of [the sometime capital] Luoyang in its brief.Speleobooks owner Emily Davis has been in the caving book business since before she acquired Speleobooks.
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