The Path of Beauty: A Study of Chinese Aesthetics

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The Path of Beauty: A Study of Chinese Aesthetics

The Path of Beauty A Study of Chinese Aesthetics Since it was first published in Chinese in The Path of Beauty has been read widely and translated into several languages becoming a classic in the study of Chinese aesthetics The author a note

  • Title: The Path of Beauty: A Study of Chinese Aesthetics
  • Author: Li Zehou
  • ISBN: 9780195865264
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since it was first published in Chinese in 1981, The Path of Beauty has been read widely and translated into several languages, becoming a classic in the study of Chinese aesthetics The author, a noted philosopher and aesthetician, draws on examples of sculpture, painting, calligraphy, and poetry, among other sources, from throughout China s history to build a cogent andSince it was first published in Chinese in 1981, The Path of Beauty has been read widely and translated into several languages, becoming a classic in the study of Chinese aesthetics The author, a noted philosopher and aesthetician, draws on examples of sculpture, painting, calligraphy, and poetry, among other sources, from throughout China s history to build a cogent and engaging argument concerning the nature of Chinese artistic values While providing an historical overview of Chinese art from antiquity to modern times, he examines as well the evolution of the sociological, psychological, philosophical, and spiritual underpinnings of Chinese culture.

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    1. Cris on said:

      This is a conversational history of Chinese art, literature and some music. However, it is light on analysis of Chinese aesthetics. There is a lot of fun detailed history in thus book and how it affected art. However, large questions are left unanswered. (Why line and not color? Why non linear paintings?) His Marxist outlook does not keep him from admiring feudal art or waxing eloquently on the dissipated carpe dium of the Romantic poets, but it does seem to keep him from looking sensitively at [...]

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