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"LI PO CHANTING A POEM" (LIANG K'AI) & "MOTHER MONKEY & CHILD" (MU-CH'I).

Compares poems from China's Sung Dynasty. Poets, styles, visual & content analyses, themes.
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Two important works of art representing different styles from the same period of time in China are "Li Po chanting a Poem" and "Mother Monkey and Child." A comparison of the two will show the wide range of styles and expression in the Sung Dynasty and the similarities between the two artists. The works actually derive from similar impulses on the part of the artists but try to reach their goals through different methods. The works will be considered in terms of formal visual and content analyses, with some background on the artists, their circumstances, and their reason for producing these works.
"Li Po chanting a Poem" is a hanging scroll produced as ink on paper in the mid-thirteenth century, during the Sung Dynasty, by Liang K'ai. It is presently in Tokyo in the commission for the Protection of Cultural Properties Collection. "Mother

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