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The four treasures : inside the scholar's studio (edition 2004)

by Wei Zhang (Author)

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The Four Treasures--writing brush, ink stone, ink well, and paper--represent the essential, indispensable components to the Chinese scholar's studio. This book explores the many varieties and expressions of the Four Treasures as seen through the centuries.
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Title:The four treasures : inside the scholar's studio
Authors:Wei Zhang (Author)
Info:San Francisco : Long River Press, 2004.
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