Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth Century (Brill"s Inner Asian Library) (Brill"s Inner Asian Library) by Lilla Russell-Smith

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Subjects:

  • Painting & paintings,
  • History - Medieval,
  • China,
  • Architecture,
  • Art,
  • Painting, Chinese,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • General,
  • Art, Uighur,
  • Dunhuang Caves,
  • Painting, Buddhist

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages364
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9085126M
ISBN 10900414241X
ISBN 109789004142411

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This volume is about the long-neglected, but decisive influence of Uygur patrons on "Dunhuang" art in the tenth and eleventh centuries. Through an insightful introduction to the hitherto little-known early history and art of the Uygurs, the author explains the social and political forces that shaped the taste of Uygur patrons.

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[Lilla Russell-Smith] -- "This volume explores the long-neglected, but decisive influence of Uygur patrons on Dunhuang art in the tenth and early eleventh centuries. Through an insightful introduction to the hitherto.

Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth Century (Brill's Inner Asian Library) Lilla Russell-Smith This volume is about the long-neglected, but decisive influence of Uygur patrons on Dunhuang art in the tenth and eleventh centuries.

图书Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Lilla Russell-Smith, Ph.D. () in Art History, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London is Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang book independent scholar. Lilla Russell-Smith is the author of Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )4/5(1).

Book Review, "Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries," by Lilla Russell-Smith. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, pp. Russell-Smith, L., Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centres on the northern Silk Road in the tenth and eleventh centuries, Brill, Tardieu, Michel, Manichaeism, Urbana, Yoshida, Yutaka (ed.), 中国江南マニ教絵画研究 (=Studies of the Chinese Manichaean Paintings of.

Uygur kingdom, that Chinese women adopted the dress of their Uygur royal husbands. In China, the custom of ethnic identification of patronage paintings can be followed to the next generation, in the tenth-century Dunhuang C and then can be linked to paintings of Uygur royalty at Bezeklik.

Russell-Smith, L., Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centers on the northern Silk Road in the tenth and eleventh centuries, Brill, Tardieu, Michel, Manichaeism, Urbana, Yoshida, Yutaka (ed.), 中国江南マニ教絵画研究 (=Studies of the Chinese Manichaean Paintings of.

heritage and the influence of Dunhuang painting on it. In the final chapter, Four, Russell-Smith posits that both Manichaean and Buddhist art coexisted in the Turfan region, but that Dunhuang came to overtake Turfan as the centre of Uygur patronage.

"Adoration of Guanyin" in the Mus?e Guimet is the painting through which the argument unfolds. The book examines a selection of significant historical precedents of intellectual dialogue between the two regions and, in turn, explores contemporary cross-regional discourses both inside and outside of the official frameworks of the European Union (EU) and the Asia--Europe Meetings (ASEM).

Drawing on extensive case studies based on many of. Ujgurové nebo Ujguři (ujgursky ئۇيغۇر → Ýuyghur, turecky: plurál → Uygurlar, čínsky 維吾爾 pchin-jinem Wej-wu'er) jsou turkické etnikum střední Asie.Většina Ujgurů žije v čínské provincii jazykem je ujgurština, a jejich počet bývá udáván na 9 milionů, podle neoficiálních odhadů však může být jejich počet až Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang book vyšší.Čína (Sin-ťiang): 8 ().

Unlike in Dunhuang, the political situation for the Khotanese and Uyghur rulers did not undergo any significant changes during the 10th century. 45 Furthermore, the written sources that might prove that the Khotanese and Uyghur rulers also used the same legitimation strategy as the rulers in Dunhuang have all been found in Dunhuang.

46 Thus it Author: Yukiyo Kasai. Summary/Abstract: This article studies the intercultural links between the Uygurs and Dunhuang in the tenth-eleventh centuries. Some of the biggest caves at Dunhuang show large-scale representations of Ganzhou Uygur brides as donors.

It is argued that the marriage of a Chinese ruler of Dunhuang with the daughter of the Ganzhou Uygur kaghan acted as a catalyst for the formation of a new Sino Author: Lilla Bikfalvy Russell-Smith. On the Uighurs at Dunhuang, see: Moriyasu Takao. “The Sha-chou Uighurs and the West Uighur Kingdom”.

Acta Asiatica Lilla Russell-Smith. Uygur Patronage at Dunhuang. Leiden: Brill. And for the Uighur manuscript collections, a good summary of recent research is this online paper by Matsui Dai. Rong Xinjiang 荣新江. Dunhuang xue shiba jiang 敦煌学十八讲 (Eighteen lectures on Dunhuang).

Beijing: Beijing daxue chubanshe. Trans. into English by Imre Galambos (Leiden: Brill). Russell-Smith, Lilla. Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries. ^ Lilla Russell-Smith, Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centres on the northern Silk Road in the tenth and eleventh centuries.

BRILL, p ^ Hamilton, ^ ^ The term "Turk" was a generic label used by members of many ethnic groups in Soviet Central Asia. Often the deciding factor for classifying individuals belonging to.

About this Item: Turnhout BrepolsPaperback, p., x mm. ISBN The Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology is a new journal launched by the Circle of Inner Asian Art, replacing its Newsletter (Issues), which has become a major forum for discussion and publication of current international research projects and fieldwork concerning the art.

Uygur Patronage at Dunhuang. Leiden: Brill. And for the Uighur manuscript collections, a good summary of recent research is this online paper by Matsui Dai.

There is not much written on the Yugurs: Carl Gustav Mannerheim’s article published in“A Visit to. This paper is a contextualized stylistic study built around a carbon-dated book painting from a well-defined artistic corpus of Mediaeval East Central Asia.

Its primary sources of evidence are Manichaean works of art from Turfan, produced under Uygur patronage (8thth ce.

CE).Author: Zsuzsanna Gulácsi. Uygur Patronage In Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres On The Northern Silk Road. Brill. ISBN ^ Colin MacKerras, The Uighur Empire According to the T'ang Dynasty Histories, Australian National University,p.

^ a b c Peter B. Golden (). "Chapter VI - The Uyğur Qağante ()". Uygur Patronage In Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres On The Northern Silk Road In The Tenth and Eleventh Centuries. BRILL. 74–. BRILL. 74–. ISBN X. Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries.

By Lilla Russell-Smith. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, pp. $ (cloth). Michael C. Brose; Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 Marchpp. ; Article. “The Dunhuang Diamond Sutra of AD A Conservation Approach That Goes Back to the Original” The Diamond Sutra of AD is the world’s earliest dated printed ‘book’.

This paper scroll was one of 6, items that came from Dunhuang’s cave 17 during. Timurids in Transition by Maria Subtelny,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang.

Lilla Russell-Smith. 30 Oct Hardback. US$ Add to basket/5(4). Inthe curator (Dr. Lilla Russell-Smith) published a book on this particular subject (entitled: ‘Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road', Leiden: Brill), and now for the first time ever, by way of several concrete examples, many interesting findings from her many years of research will also be made.

Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centres on the Northern London, New York: Verso. ISBN Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. ISBN LILLA RUSSELL-SMITH: Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries.

(Inner Asian Library Series, ) xxv, pp., 20 figures, 64 Author: George Michell. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Russell-Smith, Lilla. Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centres on the northern Silk Road in the tenth and eleventh centuries I by Lilla Russell-Smith.

-(Brill's Inner Asian library ; ISSN ; v. 14) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN X (alk. Uygur Patronage In Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres On The Northern Silk Road In The Tenth and Eleventh Centuries.

BRILL. 23–. ISBN X. ^ Rubie Sharon Watson (). Marriage and Inequality in Chinese Society. University of California Press. 80–. ISBN ^ Tang, Qiaomei (May ). Yulin Cave 39 and Uygur Patronage: Origin and Transmittal of the Theme of Guanyin with Luohans, p.

Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries. Leiden; Boston; Bedfordshire: Brill, S Return to the top Samolin, William. East Turkistan to the twelfth century; a brief political survey. The Hague: Mouton, Sen, Tansen.

Uygur Patronage In Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres On The Northern Silk Road In The Tenth and Eleventh Centuries. BRILL. ISBN X. Tetley, G. (17 October ).

The Ghaznavid and Seljuk Turks: Poetry as a Source for Iranian History. Taylor & Francis. ISBN Walcott, Susan M.; Johnson, Corey (12 November ). The Indo-European Tocharian and Saka populated Tarim Basin became the place of settlement by two different Turkic Kingdoms, the Buddhist Turkic Uyghur Kingdom of Qocho and the Muslim Turkic Karluk Kara-Khanid Khanate.

The Turfan and Tarim Basins were populated by speakers of Tocharian languages, with "Europoid" mummies found in the region. The oases were populated by Iranian and. BARRETT, "Transcribed Printers=92 Colophons at Dunhuang as Evidence for Early Printing" Marilyn GRIDLEY, "Yulin Cave 30 and Uygur Patronage: Origin and Transmittal of the Theme of Guanyin with Luohans" Gábor KÓSA, "The Sun, The Moon and Paradise - An Interpretation of the Upper Section of the Chinese Manichaean Cosmology Painting".

Russell-Smith, Lilla, Uygur patronage in Dunhuang: regional art centres on the northern Silk Road in the tenth and eleventh centuries (Leiden: Brill, ). Shi Weixiang, 'High Tang art in the Mogao caves', Orientations (), According to the New Book of Tang, the Uyghurs who founded the Uyghur Khaganate dispersed after the fall of the Khaganate; some went to live amongst the Karluks, and some moved to Turpan and Gansu.

These Uyghurs soon founded two kingdoms and the easternmost state was the Ganzhou Kingdom (–), with its capital near present-day Zhangye, Gansu, China. TermsVector search | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. “ Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries, by Lillia Russell-Smith.” Journal of Asian Studies (): “ Tang China and the Collapse of the Uighur Empire: A Documentary History, by Michael R.

Drompp.” Mongolian Studies 28 ():. Mauro MAGGI and Anna FILIGENZI, “Pelliot tibétain a Dunhuang Painting with a Khotanese Inscription” Giuliana MARTINI, “Tracing the sources of the Book of Zambasta: the Case of the Yakṣa Painter Simile and the Ratnakūṭa” RONG Xinjiang and WEN Xin.

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