Archives of Asian Art, vol. 63, no. 1 (2013)

1495 AAA 63_00a_ofbc-C 1..1The table of contents below contains links to the MUSE edition of each article and shows either an abstract or a sample image from each of the main entries.

Exorcism from the Streets to the Tomb: An Image of the Judge and Minions in the Xuanhua Liao Tomb No. 7
Jeehee Hong, 1

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Night Entertainment of Han Xizai (detail). 12th-c. copy of a 10th-c. work.
Palace Museum, Beijing.



The Laud Rāgamālā Album, Bikaner, and the Sociability of Subimperial Painting
Molly Emma Aitken, 27

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Hinḍola Rāga. Attributed to Fazl, workshop of Abdul Rahim, early 17th c. Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS.

Portraiture on the Periphery: Recognizing Changsem Sherab Zangpo
Rob Linrothe, 59

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Detail of Changsem Sherab Zangpo Thangka. Ca. 2008. Made in Dharamsala, now at Phugtal Monastery, Zangskar. Photograph by author, 2010.

On a Shoestring: Small-Time Entrepreneurs and the International Market for Chinese Curios, 1921–1949
Di Yin Lu, 87

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Sparks and Sons employee J. Abbott with Shanghai art dealer Eddie Chow. Ca. 1930s. Sparks Archives, School of African and Oriental Studies, London.

Use on Vacation: The Non-Sculptures of Lee Seung-taek
Joan Kee, 103

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Lee Seung-taek. Five Colors. 1966. Collection of the artist.

Obituary: Helmut Brinker (1939–2012)
John Rosenfield, 131

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