ANNUAL PAPP CHINESE PAINTING SEMINAR
Speaker: Elizabeth Kindall, Ph.D.
Department of Art History
University of St. Thomas, MN
April 24, 2019, Singer Hall, 1:30 -4:00 pm: “More than Just a Pretty View: How 17th Century Paintings of Suzhou Worked.”
April 25, 2019, Singer Hall, 1:30 –4:00 pm: “A Tale of Two Officials: Painting Persona in Ming China.”
Free with Museum Admission
Limited to 60 people each day
Phoenix Art Museum has for many years offered this unique opportunity to hear lively scholarly interpretations of Chinese paintings followed by a viewing and discussion of actual works drawn from our collection of over 400 examples.
Image 1 (first talk-mountain and pagoda with bridges): Yuan Shangtong, Stone Lake album leaf, Twelve Views of Sutai, Shanghai Museum
Image 2, (second talk-two men admire the sunrise): Zhang Hong, “Sea Sunrise” album leaf, Paintings for Suzhou Prefect Kou Shen’s Resignation from Office, 1626, Suzhou Museum
This program is made possible through the generosity of the Papp Family Foundation.