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Lecture and Reception: The Collecting of Chinese Painting in Japan

October 8, 2014
The Casino, 19 East Delaware Place

Join Stephen Little, curator and head of the Chinese and Korean Art Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as he addresses Japan’s role in preserving Chinese paintings, which functioned as symbols of Chinese culture, indicators of social status, and models for styles of Japanese painting.

6:00  Reception
6:30  Lecture
7:30  Dinner

Reception and Lecture
$60.00 per person
Open to AAC and museum members

Reception, Lecture, and Dinner
$135.00 per person
Open only to AAC members and their guests

RSVP by September 23 to Susan Packard at(312) 443-7282 or

Please note that space is limited.

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Traditionally attributed to Shi Ke. Two Patriarchs Harmonizing Their Minds, Southern Song dynasty, 13th century. China. One of a pair of hanging scrolls, ink on paper. Tokyo National Museum Important Cultural Property.