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2013

The National Palace Museum Monthly of Chinese Art (no. 363, June) (in Chinese)
The National Palace Museum Monthly of Chinese Art (no. 363, June) (in Chinese)
  • Chief Editor: Ho, Chuan-hsing
  • ISSN: 1011-9078
  • Price: NT$200

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"Planning the Lingnan School of Painting Exhibition and introducing the school of painters, written" by the Department of Painting and Calligraphy
"An eclectic mix of Chinese, Western, ancient, and modern qualities: Selected pieces from the Lingnan School of Painting Exhibition, written" by Liu Fang-Ju
"The themes and styles of the outdoor sketches by Gao Jianfu, written" by Weng Ze-Wun
"Roaring tigers and volant eagles: Paintings of beasts and birds by the two Gaos, written" by Hsu Wen-Mei
"Mr. Kung Te-Cheng and the National Palace Museum, written" by Zhang Lin-Sheng
"Ornaments of the sea, written" by Wu Sung-Feng
"An encounter between the National Palace Museum and Guangdong export paintings: A first look into the anonymous Haidong landscape painting album, written" by Lai Yu-Zhi
"The date of creation and the relationship between the painting and writing of “Buddha preaches the Shurangama” (with painting produced by Ding Guanpeng and calligraphic writing by Zhang Zhao), written" by Wang Jing-Ling
"Investigating the use of the seven-holed spherical blue and white imperial porcelain kilns produced during the Zhengde Era, written" by Weng Yu-Wen
"The forgotten, excellent Tang kilns: A first look into the couplets and hanging panels for Tang Ying porcelains, written" by Huang, Qing-Hua
"Finding happiness: An encounter with Renoir, written" by Lai Su-Ling and Chou Ching-Chih
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