an empire- a view from the mountains 

Portraiture(Portrait of Guanyin Bodhisattva), Xie Zhiliu, 1943, From the collection of: Long Museum West Bund
Luohan Laundering, Artist: Lin Tinggui, 1178, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Cloudy Mountains, Wang Shimin, 1661, From the collection of: China Modern Contemporary Art Document
Mountain Rain, Tan Swie Hian, 1985, From the collection of: National Heritage Board, Singapore
Prestige Star, Huyan Zhuo, nickname "Double Clubs", Liu Xiaoping, 2000-2004, From the collection of: Huaren Contemporary Art Museum
Proto-Yue ware Hunping funerary jar, Artist Unknown, China, China, Western Jin dynasty (265-316), From the collection of: University of Michigan Museum of Art
Ewer with Phoenix Head, Unknown, ca. 10th century, From the collection of: Brooklyn Museum
Mount E’mei, Zhang Daqian, 1946, From the collection of: China Modern Contemporary Art Document
Figure of lion with closed mouth, 960-1127, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Illustrations of Auspicious Omens (handscroll)-1, Anonym, From the collection of: Long Museum West Bund
Figure of a lion, 11th-13th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Jar with applied figures of the twelve cyclical animals, 12th-late 13th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Flower Vase, Unknown, 0960/1127, From the collection of: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Guanyin of the Water Moon, 968, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Master Clam Catches a Shrimp, mid 13th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Bodhisattva and Dark-skinned Figure, 10th century, possibly early 11th century, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
Abhidharma vijnana kaya pada Sastra (Discourse on Consciousness Body), the First Tripitaka Koreana Edition, Volume 12, Unknown, Goryeo Dynasty, 12th century, From the collection of: Horim Museum
Pine Trees (handscroll)-1, Xiang Shengmo, From the collection of: Long Museum West Bund
Fighting Bulls and Herdboy, Artist: Formerly attributed to Dai Song, 1644-1911, From the collection of: National Museum of Asian Art
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