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Boxingxian wenwu guanlisuo (Boxing County Cultural Relics Management Office). "Shandong Boxing Longhuasi yizhi diaocha jianbao (A brief report on the survey of the Longhua Temple site in Boxing, Shandong)," Kaogu 1986.9.

Gugong bowuyuan bianji weiyuanhui (National Palace Museum Editorial Committee). Diaosu bie cang: Zongjiao bian tezhan tulu (The Art of Contemplation: Religious Sculpture from Private Collections). Taipei: National Palace Museum, 1997.

Jin Weinuo. "A Brief Discussion of the Artistic Style of the Statues Unearthed in Qingzhou," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 13-22.

Liu Huaguo and Jia Guangzhi. "Buddhist Statues Discovered in a Hoard at Longxing Temple in Qingzhou, Shandong," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 29-34.

Masterpieces of Buddhist Statuary from Qingzhou City. Beijing: Beijing Chinasight Fine Arts Co., Ltd., 1999. Includes essays by Su Bai, Jin Weinuo, Yang Hong, and Xia Mingcai.

Qingzhou Museum. "Qingzhou Longxingsi fojiao zhoxiang jiaocang qingli jianbao (Clearing-up of a Storage Pit of Buddhist Icons in the Longxing Temple at Qingzhou Shandong)," Wenwu 1998.2, 4-15.

"Shandong Qingzhou faxian Bei Wei caihui zaoxiang (Northern Wei painted statues discovered in Qingzhou, Shandong Province)," Wenwu 1996.5.

Su Bai. "Several Questions Related to the Buddhist Statues Unearthed from the Hoard at the Longxing Temple in Qingzhou," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 11-12.

Wang Huaqing, et al. "Fojiao yishu di qiba: Longxingsi yizhi ji jiao cang fojiao zaoxiang (The quintessence of Buddhist art: Buddhist statuary from the site and cache of Longxing Temple)," Zhonghua wenhua huabao 1997.2.

Wang Ruixia. "Feitian on the Buddhist Statues Unearthed from the Longxing Temple Site," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 23-28.

Wang Wanli and Liu Huaguo. "Northern Wei Painted Statues from Qingzhou in Shandong," Shoucangjia (Connoisseur) 25 (October 1997), 6-8. Reprinted in China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 35-38.

Xia Mingcai. "The Discovery and Excavation of the Hoard of Buddhist Statues at the Longxing Temple in Qingzhou," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 9-10.

Xia Mingcai. "The Discovery of a Large Cache of Buddhist Images at the Site of Longxing Si," Orientations (June 1998), 41-49.

Xia Mingcai, et al. "Shandong Qingzhou chutu liangjian Bei Chao caihui shi zaoxiang (Two painted stone statues dated to the Northern Dynasties period excavated in Qingzhou, Shandong Province)," Wenwu 1997.2.

Yang Hong. "Reflections on the Archaeology of Southern and Northern Dynasties Qingzhou," China Archaeology and Art Digest 3:1 (April 1999), 39-54.

 
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Yin Jinan
Central Academy of Fine Arts


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