Table of contents for Performing the visual : the practice of Buddhist wall painting in China and Central Asia, 618-960 / Sarah E. Fraser.

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@toc4:Preface	iii
List of Illustrations	iii
@toc2:Introduction. The Sketch: Historical, Thematic, and 
Stylistic Issues	000
1. The Economics of Buddhist Art: Compensation and 
Organization	000
2. The Cognitive Practices of the Wall Painter	000
3. The Influence of the Dunhuang Sketches: Fenben and 
Monochrome Drawing	000
4. Banners and Ritual-Practice Diagrams: Two Additional 
Types of Sketches	000
5. Performance: Orality and Visuality	000
6. Sketching, Performance, and Spontaneity in Tang China
Appendix 1	Ground Plans and Elevations of Fifteen Cave 
Temples with Wall Paintings of The Magic Competition, 
862980. 000
Appendix 2	Location of Common Compositions in Grottoes, 
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Appendix 3	Table A: Measurements of The Magic Competition 
Murals and Sketches. 000
	Table B: Measurements of Raudraksha and 
Sariputra in The Magic 
Competition. 000
	Table C: Subsidiary Figures Depicted Near 
Raudraksha's Dais in The Magic Competition. 
Appendix 4	Sets of Near-Identical Banners. 000
@toc4:Bibliography	000
Character List	000
Index	000

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