Sung and Yuan Paintings. Fong, Wen, and Marilyn Fu (1973). This title is out of print. Fong, Wen C. Between Two Cultures: Late Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Chinese Paintings from the Robert H. Ellsworth Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2001. Beyond Representation: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, Eighth–Fourteenth Century. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1992. Fong, Wen . and James C. Y. Watt, with contributions by Chang Lin-sheng, James Cahill, Wai-kam Ho, Maxwell K. Hearn, and Richard M. Barnhart. Possessing the Past: Treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei.
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The acquisition by the Metropolitan Museum of Art of twenty-five paintings of the Sung and Yan dynasties from the collection of Mr. C. Wang must be considered one of the finer moments in the collecting history of the institution. The quality of each handscroll, album leaf, and hanging scroll is satisfyingly high.
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Wen Chih Fong, art historian, educator, author, museum curator. Honorary fellow Institute Oriental Studies Hong Kong University, 1961-1962, Institute Advanced Chinese Studies, Republic of China, 1966; Bollingen Foundation fellow, 1956-1957; Guggenheim fellow, 1961-1962; American Council Learned Society, 1965-1966, 69-71; McCosh Faculty fellow, Princeton University, 1965-1966. The story of Chinese art from its foundations in the Bronze Age and the first empires through the rich diversity of art produced during the Sung, Yuan, Ming, and Ch'ing dynasties.
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