A Companion to Chinese Art.
I was mostly browsing around looking for stuff on the role of art in defining the Late Imperial elite.
(He Liangjun 1569p.85And, to get back to the picture at the top, these true artlovers could be women.
In the introduction he talks about a lot of the Orientalist art criticism that used to be pretty common.
Chinese art is dominated by the court and the the emperor’s taste (No, although he does have a quote from Fairbank to that effect.

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