Sarah E. Fraser. Fraser, S. E. Art Bulletin, 95(2):200--201, June, 2013.
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The article focuses on the concept of mimesis in Chinese painting and calligraphy beginning in the fourth century. The article discusses the notion of landscape painting as a substitute for experiencing nature, Chinese painter Zhang Daqian's work with Tibetan artists and the way in which this collaboration would be considered ethnographic mimesis by scholar Michael Taussig. The article goes on to discuss the art of Zhang Daqian and his continued collaboration with Tibetan artists due to their expertise in Buddhist art.
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  title = {Sarah {E}. {Fraser}},
  volume = {95},
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  abstract = {The article focuses on the concept of mimesis in Chinese painting and calligraphy beginning in the fourth century. The article discusses the notion of landscape painting as a substitute for experiencing nature, Chinese painter Zhang Daqian's work with Tibetan artists and the way in which this collaboration would be considered ethnographic mimesis by scholar Michael Taussig. The article goes on to discuss the art of Zhang Daqian and his continued collaboration with Tibetan artists due to their expertise in Buddhist art.},
  number = {2},
  urldate = {2015-09-25TZ},
  journal = {Art Bulletin},
  author = {Fraser, Sarah E.},
  month = {June},
  year = {2013},
  keywords = {ART \& ethnology, BRUSHWORK, CHINESE landscape painting -- Song-Yuan dynasties, 960-1368, MIMESIS in art, NATURE (Aesthetics), TIBETAN art},
  pages = {200--201}
}
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