Media Center for Art History, Archaeology & Historic Preservation
Asian Art Humanities
Site Structure
Columbia University resource for individual classes
A compendium of texts and links relating to the study of East Asian Art & Architecture

Visual Resources
-- Image portfolios
-- Supplementary websites



Links to J-Stor Articles by Columbia Faculty (subscription based)
  Harrist, Robert E.
[go to the J-Stor search results]
PDFs assigned in Asian Art Humanities Courses
  Bambling, Michele. Kongo-ji screens: illuminating the tradition of yamamoto-e "sun & moon" screens
  Brock, Karen L. Chinese maiden, silla monk: Zenmyo & her thirteenth-century Japanese audience
  Chung, Saehyang P. Sin Yunbok's "women on Tano day" & the iconography of common women washing clothes by a stream
  Clunas, Craig. Art in the market-place
  Coaldrake, William Howard. Grand shrines of Ise & Izumo: the appropriation of vernacular architecture by early ruling authority
  Harrist, Robert E. Letter from Wang Hsi-chih & the culture of Chinese calligraphy
  Rousmaniere, Nicole C. Tea ceremony utencils & ceramics
  Wu Hung, 1945- Handscroll

Columbia University Libraries

Columbia University Library Online Catalogue: CLIO
  The Grove Dictionary of Art Online
Full-text of the Dictionary of Art (41,000 articles) with linked images, including the Bridgeman Art Archive, and links to other sites (museums, gallerys, etc.)

General Museum Online Resources

  National Palace Museum, Taipei
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  Exhibitions at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C.
  Asian Collection of The Art Institute of Chicago
  Explore Southeast Asian Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art
  Arts of Asia at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
  Kyoto National Museum
  Tokyo National Museum
  National Museum of Korea

Specific Online Resources

  A Visual Sourcebook for Chinese Civilization
Traditional Japanese Art

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