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  • Paintings by Zhejiang Artists of the Ming and Qing Dynasties

    Paintings by Zhejiang Artists of the Ming and Qing Dynasties

    Gain in-depth insight into the artistic achievements and influence of Zhejiang literati.

  • Powerdressing

    Power Dressing

    Learn about the evolution of the Chinese wardrobe, especially how the wearing of silk is associated with the definition of rank and social status in early Chinese society.

  • Ramayana: A Living Tradition

    Ramayana - A Living Tradition

    Learn about the monumental reach of an Indian epic that many regard only as an interesting fairytale.

  • Ramayana in Focus: Visual and Performing Arts of Asia

    Ramayana in Focus: Visual and Performing Arts of Asia

    This book provides insight into the Ramayana traditions in Asia at a glance. It will appeal to those interested in Ramayana studies, Asian literature, art and cultural history and contemporary culture in Asia.

  • Sojourn in Nanyang: Works by Xu Beihong

    Sojourn in Nanyang: Works by Xu Beihong

    Xu Beihong had a great influence on early 20th century Chinese painting. As one of the first Chinese painters to study in the West, he became a master of both traditional ink painting and western oil painting. Xu Beihong's sojourn in Nanyang was made possible by the foresight and generosity of Chinese community leaders.

  • Sumatra: Isle of Gold

    Sumatra Isle of Gold

    Published to complement the exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum, this softback illustrates artefacts which demonstrate the many external cultures which have influenced Sumatra's life and trade.

  • The Divine Within: Art & Living Culture of India & South Asia

    The Divine Within Art & Living Culture of India & South Asia

    This detailed catalogue features carvings, sculpture, religious statuary, jewellery, paintings, book covers and ritual objects and is organised around several major themes: religions of India - Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism; South India, where most of the Indians of Singapore trace their roots; ancient India; medieval North India; and colonial India.

  • The Glorious Traditions of Chinese Bronzes

    The Glorious Traditions of Chinese Bronzes

    Bronzes constitute a major chapter in the glorious traditions of ancient Chinese art. They were among the earliest types of objects collected by the Chinese literati in their pursuit of antiquity.

  • The Harmony of Letters - Islamic Calligraphy from the Tareq Rajab Museum

    The Harmony of Letters - Islamic Calligraphy from the Tareq Rajab Museum

    This exquisitely illustrated catalogue explores the importance of calligraphy in the Islamic world drawing from the collection of the Tareq Rajab Museum, a private museum in Kuwait.

  • The Peranakan Museum A-Z Guide

    The Peranakan Museum A-Z Guide

    This guide to the Peranakan Museum in Singapore features over a hundred fully illustrated entries written by the museum's curators, independent academics and researchers.

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