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Issues of Authenticity in Chinese Painting
Smith, Judith G., and Wen C. Fong, eds., with contributions by Richard M. Barnhart, James Cahill, Wen C. Fong, Robert E. Harrist, Jr., Maxwell K. Hearn, Hironobu Kohara, Sherman Lee, Stephen Little, Qi Gong, Shih Shou-chien, Jerome Silbergeld, and Wan-go Weng (1999)
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Judith G. Smith and Wen C. Fong



The Case Against Riverbank: An Indictment in Fourteen Counts
James Cahill

Notes on the Recent History of Riverbank
Hironobu Kohara

Riverbank: A Recent Effort in a Long Tradition
Sherman Lee

On Paintings Attributed to Dong Yuan
Qi Gong

A Comparative Physical Analysis of Riverbank and Two Zhang Daqian Forgeries
Maxwell K. Hearn

Positioning Riverbank
Shih Shou-chien

The Referee Must Have a Rule Book: Modern Rules for an Ancient Art
Jerome Silbergeld

A Tall Pine and Daoist Immortal: An Examination of a Painting Attributed to Chen Hongshou
Wan-go Weng

Du Jin's Enjoying Antiquities: A Problem in Connoisseurship
Stephen Little

An Early Ming Example of Multiples: Two Versions of Elegant Gathering in the Apricot Garden
Maxwell K. Hearn

Riverbank: From Connoisseurship to Art History
Wen C. Fong

Connoisseurship: Seeing and Believing
Robert E. Harrist, Jr.


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