UA Professor Publishes Research on Chinese Art Educator

Chinese scroll painting of an eagle on a rock.
Pan Tianshou, “The Eagle on the Rock, Glancing with Fear and Resentment,” 1966. Ink and color on paper. Courtesy Pan Tianshou Memorial Museum, Hangzhou, China.

Dr. Mina Kim, assistant professor of art history, foundations, published the article “Reinscribing Tradition in Twentieth-century China: A Biographical Sketch of Pan Tianshou (1897-1971).” in the journal Asian Culture 44 (pp. 25-45), in December 2020.  The Chinese painter and art educator she wrote about, Pan Tianshou, was known for promoting Chinese traditional painting in education and was persecuted during the Cultural Revolution.

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