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  • Corrigendum to Volume 70

For Cho-ying Li and Charles Hartman, “A Newly Discovered Inscription by Qin Gui: Its Implications for the History of Song Daoxue,” page 391 n. 3, the last sentence should read:

Julia K. Murray’s meticulous and comprehensive study, “The Hangzhou Portraits of Confucius and Seventy-two Disciples (Sheng xian tu): Art in the Service of Politics,” The Art Bulletin 74.1 (March 1992): 7–18, elucidates the stelae in the context of Emperor Gaozong’s political and artistic policies; she discounts the attribution to Li Gonglin

(1049–1106). [End Page 470]
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ISSN
1944-6454
Print ISSN
0073-0548
Pages
p. 470
Launched on MUSE
2011-11-11
Open Access
No
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