Craig Clunas

Professorial Fellow in the History of Art

Professor Clunas’s main research interest is in the art and culture of China in the Ming period, from 1368-1644, but he also has strong interests in the art of the twentieth century.

Other publications by Professor Clunas include:

Screen of Kings: Royal Art and Power in Ming China (London, 2013), pp. 248

Art in China, Second edition,  Oxford History of Art (Oxford, 2009), pp. 276

Empire of Great Brightness: Visual and Material Cultures in Ming China, 1368-1644 (London, 2007) [American edn. University of Hawai’i Press] pp. 288

Elegant Debts: The Social Art of Wen Zhengming 1470-1559 (London, 2004) [American edn. University of Hawai’i Press] pp. 223

Pictures and Visuality in Early Modern China (London, 1997) [American edn Princeton University Press], pp. 221

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Chinese Painting and its Audiences

Chinese Painting and its Audiences

Publisher: Princeton University Press

Publication date: 2017

Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series