BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//hacksw/handcal//NONSGML v1.0//EN NAME:discoverLA DESCRIPTION:discoverLosAngeles.com event calendar CATEGORIES:Events,Los Angeles REFRESH-INTERVAL;VALUE=DURATION:P1D SOURCE;VALUE=URI:https://www.discoverlosangeles.com/what-to-do/events/32880/ical.ics BEGIN:VEVENT UID:32880-ff4beac798c074c234e2df5d3c026590@discoverlosangeles.com SEQUENCE:0 COLOR:skyblue DTSTAMP:20130322T214713Z DTSTART:20130403T190000Z DTEND:20130403T200000Z SUMMARY:Ming Masterpieces from the Shanghai Museum DESCRIPTION:Stephen Little, curator and department head of Chinese and Korean art at LACMA, discusses  Ming Masterpieces from the Shanghai Museum, which presents ten masterpieces of early Ming dynasty court painting executed in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries in the Forbidden City, in addition to a selection of related Zhe School professional paintings—all from the permanent collection of the Shanghai Museum. His lecture explores the role of imperial patronage of Ming dynasty painters, the uses of paintings as political propaganda, and the revival of earlier Song dynasty (eleventh–thirteenth centuries) painting styles in the early Ming dynasty. This type of professional and court paintings has only recently been recognized as one of the leading and most popular types of Ming dynasty painting. The unifying theme of the exhibition is the role of politics and spirituality in artistic expression. X-ALT-DESC:

Stephen Little, curator and department head of Chinese and Korean art at LACMA, discusses  Ming Masterpieces from the Shanghai Museum, which presents ten masterpieces of early Ming dynasty court painting executed in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries in the Forbidden City, in addition to a selection of related Zhe School professional paintings—all from the permanent collection of the Shanghai Museum. His lecture explores the role of imperial patronage of Ming dynasty painters, the uses of paintings as political propaganda, and the revival of earlier Song dynasty (eleventh–thirteenth centuries) painting styles in the early Ming dynasty. This type of professional and court paintings has only recently been recognized as one of the leading and most popular types of Ming dynasty painting. The unifying theme of the exhibition is the role of politics and spirituality in artistic expression.

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