Instructions: One question, 7-8 pages (do not exce

Instructions: One question, 7-8 pages (do not exce

Instructions: One question, 7-8 pages (do not exceed 9 pages), with separate pages of bibliography. Do not discuss your answer with others. This is an individual assignment. You are expected to use at least 5 scholarly sources on the topic of the history of Chinese painting. Essays without reliable authors are not considered scholarly sources. (Wikipedia and the like are not considered scholarly sources.) Cite your sources properly. Plagiary is prohibited. Arts and Humanities students, please use Chicago Style for footnotes and bibliography. For proper citation format, consult: Chicago Manual of Style Online: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html Double-spaced (not 1.5 spaces) with reasonable margins (ca. 1inches on all sides). Please use Times New Roman font, size 12, for both text and footnotes. If you are including images for illustration, please put captions. Question: Read Wen Fongs article, Why Chinese Painting is History, and explain why he makes this argument. His concerns of Chinese history of painting resonates with other scholars such as James Cahill and Richard Vinograd who also express their concern of Western scholarly discourses on art history. Clarify what some Western (non-Chinese art history specialist in Europe and America) scholarly assumptions are and analyze Fongs work. You need to incorporate at least 5 scholarly views in this assignment. Please be specific when you explain those scholars arguments using concrete examples and images. Sources: Fong, Wen. Why Chinese Painting is History. The Art Bulletin 85, No. 2 (2003): 258-280. Cahill, James. Some Thoughts on the History and Post-History of Chinese Painting. Archives of Asian Art 55 (2005): 17-33. Vinograd, Richard. Situation and Response in Traditional Chinese Scholar Painting. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 46, No. 3 (1988): 365-374. Other recommended scholars: Richard Barnhart, Susan Bush, Weikam HO, Kathlyn Liscomb, Julia Murray, Susan Nelson, Jerome Sillbergeld, Richard Vinograd Before you turn the paper in: 1. I advise that you take your draft to the Academic Resource Center for academic writing advices. 2. Make sure you have: a) Put a title; b) Put page numbers on each page (except for the first page); c) Edited few times to eliminate grammatical and syntactical errors; d) Changed passive voice to active voice sentence structures; e) Removed all unnecessary modifiers (adverbs, frivolous relative clauses); f) No run-on sentences. Table of Chinese Artists Names in Pinyin and Wede-Giles: Pinyin (new system) Wade-Giles Song Dynasty Song Dynasty Dong Yuan Tung Yªan Juran Chª-jan Jing Hao Ching Hao Guan Tung Kuan Tung Ma Yuan Ma Xia Gui (f. c. 1195-1235) Hsia Kuei Mi Fu (1051-1107) Mi Fei Mi Youren (c. 1086-1165) Mi Yu-jen Yuan Dynasty Yªan Dynasty Zhao Mengfu (1254-1322) Chao Meng-fu Gao Kegong (1248-1310) Kao Ko-kung Huang Gongwang (1269-1354) Huang Kung-wang Wu Zhen (1280-1354) Wu Chen Ni Zan (1301-1374) Ni Tsan Wang Meng (c. 11308-1385) Wang Meng Ming Dynasty Ming Dynasty Dong Qichang (1555-1636) Tung Chi-chang Shen Zhou (1427-1509) Shen Chou Wen Zhengming (1470-1550) Wen Cheng-ming He Laingjun (1506-1573) Ho Liang-chªn Du Qiong (1396-1474) Tu Chiung


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