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View Resource Literature in Line: Lianhuanhua Picture Stories from China

Currently on view at the Ohio State University Cartoon Research Library (April 25-June 13, 1997) is an exhibition of "lianhuanhua," or "linked pictures" curated by Julia F. Andrews and Kuiyi Shen. To complement the exhibition, the Huntington Photographic Archive has created an electronic version of the exhibition that includes thirteen of the works on display. The small illustrated stories became...

http://huntingtonarchive.org/Exhibitions/litInLine.php
View Resource Chinese Rubbings Collection

Several scholars and collectors, such as Langdon Warner and Lawrence Sickman, have presented their extensive East Asian rubbings collection to Harvard University, and these materials have remained a valuable resource for decades. Persons working in the fields of Chinese history, biography, epigraphy, calligraphy, and fine arts have come to Cambridge to consult the rubbings, and now many of them...

https://library.harvard.edu/collections/chinese-rubbings-col...
View Resource Block Prints of the Chinese Revolution

Princeton University has some fine digital collections and this recent addition to their number will delight art historians and others. These block prints from the time of the 1911 Chinese Revolution were donated to Princeton by Donald Roberts in 1937. Roberts was an alumnus from the class of 1909 who taught history at St. John's University in Shanghai from 1915 to 1950. These very rare items...

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http://pudl.princeton.edu/collections/pudl0030
View Resource British Museum: Chinese Jade

The world of jade is utterly fascinating, and those captivated by this material will have a field day here. This online tour is part of the British Museum's commitment to broadening access to their vast array of items that might not normally be visible to the general public. Here, visitors can learn about the Chinese fascination with jade through 21 slides that profile unique and valuable items...

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https://www.britishmuseum.org/visiting/galleries/asia/room_3...
View Resource Spencer Museum of Art

The University of Kansas's Spencer Museum of Art is an invaluable resource for students and scholars who come for the collegiate environment around this wonderful institution. The collection was established by Sallie Casey, a Kansas City art collector, in 1917. As part of the digital collection at the school, more than 17,000 items from this well-curated cornucopia are available here for those...

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https://spencerart.ku.edu/
View Resource Taft Museum of Art

Located in Cincinnati’s Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft House, built around 1820 and considered one of the finest examples of Federal architecture in the country, the Taft Museum of Art has a small but strong collection of European old master and 19th-century American paintings, Chinese porcelains, European decorative arts, Limoges enamels, watches, sculptures, and furniture. View the collection...

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https://taftmuseum.org/