Bath: Museum of East Asian Art, 1995. 5.75 x 8.25", 26 pp., 27 b/w illustrations, bibliography, paper. Item #78
Animals were frequently depicted in Chinese art for their beauty and symbolic meanings to viewers. Over time their significance decreased and by the Ming and Qing dynasties, they had primarily become decorative motifs. This volume is an exhibition catalogue of the Museum of East Asian Art, Bath, England in 1995.