- Title Pages
- List of Plates
- List of Figures
- Introduction: ‘the lucid atmosphere of fine Cathay’
Chapter 1China and the Formation of the Modernist Aesthetic Ideal
Chapter 2Shared Affinities: Katherine Mansfield, Ling Shuhua and Virginia Woolf
Chapter 3Roger Fry, Chinese Art and The Burlington Magazine
Chapter 4Chinese Artistic Influences on the Vorticists in London
Chapter 5The Idea of the Chinese Garden and British Aesthetic Modernism
Chapter 6‘Beautiful, baleful absurdity’: Chinoiserie and Modernist Ballet
Chapter 7Fashion, Chinoiserie and Modernism
Chapter 8The Oriental and the Music Hall: Sound and Space in Thomas Burke’s Limehouse Chinatown
Chapter 9Staging China, Excising the Chinese: Lady Precious Stream and the Darker Side of Chinoiserie
Chapter 10Chinoiserie: An Unrequited Architectural Affair
- Notes on Contributors
- British Modernism and Chinoiserie
- Anne Witchard
- Edinburgh University Press
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