Hardcover, large format quarto bound in green cloth and lettered in gold, no dust-jacket as issued. 112 pages. Preface by Chu-tsing Li. Introduction by James Cahill. Numerous duo-tone illustrations throughout. First edition. The book is divided into three maim sections, the first dealing with political themes in Chinese painting; the second covers the meaning and functions of Chinese landscape painting [with an afterward]; and the last is entitles ‘Quickness and Spontaneity in Chinese Painting [also with an afterward]. No previous ownership marks. End-papers and first and last leaves show light draw to paper from binder, else a clean, square, fresh and unmarked copy, like new. Near fine.