Tang

Tang

Treasures from the Silk Road Capital

Paperback166pp Illustrated266x230mm

9781741741223     Product Code: 511232

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Situated at the beginning of the Silk Road, Chang’an was the largest, most cosmopolitan city in the world during the Tang dynasty (618–907). This catalogue of an exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales showcases its treasures, illustrating more than 130 paintings, sculptures, and items of metalwork, glassware and ceramics. Essays discuss beliefs, burial culture, the city’s international links, and the elegance of its courtly women.

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