The Owl in Early Chinese Art

By Wang Tao for Sothebys.com Representation can simply mean the act of employing images. But in artistic production, imagery is never a simple matter. How a particular image is created, how it is constituted, how it is transmitted and understood, are all crucial to the interpretations of the image.  In early Chinese art, animal motifs […]
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