Cy Twombly

Posted in Getty Research Institute, Paintings, Research

A New Look at Chinese Art

Grapes, Xu Wei, Ming Dynasty. Hanging scroll, ink on paper, 165.4 x 64.5 cm. Image courtesy of LaoZhu

For 25 years the Getty Research Institute has been inviting scholars from around the world to visit, do research, and ask provocative questions. During his recent stay, Zhu Qingsheng (LaoZhu), director of the Center of Visual Studies at Peking University,… More»

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