5 edition of The Cave Temples of Dunhuang found in the catalog.
The Cave Temples of Dunhuang
November 15, 2000
by British Library Publishing Division
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
Cave temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist art on China's Silk road / edited by Neville Agnew, Marcia Reed, and Tevvy Ball Format: Book Language: English Imprint: Los Angeles, California: The Getty Conservation Institute,  Subjects: Buddhist art - China - Dunhuang Caves - Exhibitions. “Cave Temples of Dunhuang presents a significant artistic site and related objects which provide a broad comprehension of the creative, intellectual, and spiritual environment of early medieval China, as well as the considerable cultural impact of the transmission of Buddhism along the Silk Road,” says Marcia Reed, chief curator at the.
In this new expanded edition, Cave Temples of Mogao at Dunhuang, first published in , combines lavish color photographs of the caves and their art with the fascinating history of the Silk Road to create a vivid portrait of this remarkable rs narrate the development of Dunhuang and the Mogao cave temples, the iconography of the /5(28). “The Dunhuang Academy is delighted to be partnering with the Getty Conservation Institute, the Getty Research Institute, and the Dunhuang Foundation in this major exhibition, the first comprehensive display in the United States on the ancient cave temples of Mogao,” says Wang Xudong, director of the Dunhuang Academy.
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The Dunhuang cave temples on China's fabled Silk Road constitute one of the world's most significant sites of Buddhist art. Founded by monks as an isolated monastery in the late fourth century, Dunhuang evolved into a spiritual and artistic mecca renowned throughout China and Cited by: 5.
Chapters narrate the development of Dunhuang and the Mogao cave temples, the iconography of the wall paintings, and the extraordinary story of the rare manuscripts—including the oldest printed book in existence, a ninth-century copy of the Diamond Sutra. The book also discusses the collaboration between the Getty Conservation Institute and /5(8).
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Cave Temples of Dunhuang. By Neville Agnew. Published by Getty Publications () The Mogao grottoes in northwestern China, located near the town of Dunhuang on the fabled Silk Road, constitute one of the world's most significant sites of Buddhist art. The Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Art and History on the Silk Road by Susan Whitfield () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).
The Mogao grottoes in northwestern China, located near the town of Dunhuang on the fabled Silk Road, constitute one of the world's most significant sites of Buddhist art.
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Available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Explore the religious, artistic, and cultural exchanges along the Silk Road through an exhibition of exquisite artworks and sculptures, a virtual immersive experience of an 8th century cave, and three spectacular full-size cave replicas from the Mogao Grottoes near Dunhuang, China.
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1 Review.4/5(1). Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road. $ Qty. Add to bag. prayer books, and other exquisite treasures, as well as three full-scale, handpainted replica caves.
This volume includes essays by leading scholars, an illustrated portfolio on the replica caves, and comprehensive entries on all objects in the. Chapters narrate the development of Dunhuang and the Mogao cave temples, the iconography of the wall paintings, and the extraordinary story of the rare manuscripts—including the oldest printed book in existence, a ninth-century copy of the Diamond Sutra.
The book also discusses the collaboration between the Getty Conservation Institute and. This book was published in conjunction with the Getty Museum's special exhibition of the Buddhist cave paintings on the Silk Road near Dunhuang. I loved the exhibition and I find the book /5.
Dunhuang Inspired: An Evening with Tan Dun Sunday, J p.m. Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center Multifaceted composer and conductor Tan Dun—inspired by Dunhuang and especially the cave temple wall paintings at Mogao, which depict more than 40 types of musical instruments—is at work on a new symphonic commission.
One of the surprises in "Cave Temples of Dunhuang," the Getty's new exhibit of 4th to 14th century cave art in China, is just how multicultural the ancient mix is.
Illustrated in color throughout, Cave Temples of Mogao combines lavish photographs of the caves and their art with the fascinating history of Mogao, Dunhuang, and the Silk Road to create a vivid portrait of this remarkable site.
Chapters discuss the development of the cave temples, the iconography of the wall paintings, and the extraordinary Cited by: 3. Cave temples of Mogao: art and history on the silk road User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. For years, from C.E.
to C.E., Buddhists in the isolated desert oasis of Dunhuang (or Tun-huang) dug a series of caves and decorated them with a vibrant array of. The cave temples of Mogao are near Dunhuang at the extreme western end of the Silk Road in China.
The murals with which the caves were decorated create one of the finest examples of Buddhist art in China, reflecting the changing styles of Chinese art for more than a millennium. Cave Temples of Dunhuang.
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Reflecting on the diverse cultural influences that met at Dunhuang. Cave Temples of Dunhuang by Nigel Agnew,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Buy Cave Temples of Dunhuang by Agnew, Nigel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3.A richly illustrated book about the Mogao grottoes in China - the catalogue for the exhibition about the Cave Temples of Dunhuang at the Getty Center.
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