Bridging the Silver River

Drake, Nicholas
November 2000
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p18
The article explores the integration of Eastern and Western art during the 19th century. European assimilation of Asian aesthetics is one notable example of a cultural intermingling between the regions in the 19th century. The cross-cultural process has flowed from West to East, with the influence of American popular culture on Asia.


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