The Modernization of Chinese Art
The Shanghai Art College, 1913-1937
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Monograph - hardback
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PART 1. THE SHANGHAI ART COLLEGE IN THE FIELD OF PRIVATE ART SCHOOL IN SHANGHAI
CHAPTER 1. BEFORE 1913: A RESPONSE TO MARKET DEMAND-THE INCEPTION OF THE SHANGHAI ART COLLEGE
CHAPTER 2. STAGE ONE, JANUARY 1913 - JULY 1919: WINNING THE COMPETITION IN THE SHANGHAI COMMERCIAL ART MARKET
CHAPTER 3. STAGE TWO, JULY 1919 - NOVEMBER 1928: THE AGE OF AESTHETIC EDUCATION
PART 2. ART EDUCATION AND ART AT THE SHANGHAI ART COLLEGE
CHAPTER 5. POPULARIZING AND INDIGENIZING THE ART FROM THE WEST
CHAPTER 6. TRANSPLANTING LITERATI PAINTING INSTRUCTION INTO THE MODERN ART SCHOOL SYSTEM
CHAPTER 7. A BOOM IN “NEW-STYLE” RESEARCH ON ART-RELATED SUBJECTS
CHAPTER 8. FOSTERING ARTISTIC CREATIVITY IN THE COLLEGE’S ART EDUCATION
CHAPTER 9. RELOCATING ARTISTS’ LEARNING AND TEACHING FROM THE PRIVATE TO THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
CHAPTER 10. INTEGRATING ARTISTS INTO THE MAINSTREAM ECONOMY OF SOCIETY
CHAPTER 12. WOMEN ARTISTS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
Format: Monograph - hardback
Size: 240 × 160 mm
Publication: March 29, 2016
Stock item number: 108075
Jane Zheng is assistant professor at the Faculty of Arts of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The China Quarterly
'This complex and thorough book conveys a detailed portrait of an outstanding art school fusing tradition with modernity amid turbulent times. The remarkable extent of surviving archives adds richly to exhaustive research, particularly so in the many reflective narratives.'
David Haste, History of Education, July 2017
History of Education
While Cheng Man-ch'ing is not a main subject of this fascinating book, through it one can get a better picture of the huge societal changes that gripped China and the nuances, politics, and personalities of the art world that dramatically affected Cheng's life.
The Cheng Man-ch'ing Biography Project