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James Cahill: Mr. Sakaki and Me: Two Frustrated Sinophiles

Lecture: Center for Chinese Studies: Center for Japanese Studies: Institute of East Asian Studies | March 3 | 3-4:30 p.m. |  Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Join UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus James Cahill for an illustrated lecture on the influence of China on Sakaki Hyakusen and eighteenth-century Japanese Nanga painting. Cahill, one of the world’s leading authorities on Chinese painting, has also published seminal books on Japanese painting, including Scholar-Artists of Japan: The Nanga School and Sasaki Hyakusen and Early Nanga Painting.

In conjuction with BAM/PFA's presentation of Facing Two Directions: A Japanese Painter Looks to China.

Included with museum admission

 $0 UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff,  $10 General admission,  $7 Non-UC Berkeley students Senior citizens (65 & over) Disabled persons Young adults (13-17)