Wen FongWen C. Fong (; 1930 – October 3, 2018) was a Chinese-American historian of East Asian art. He was the Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Art History at Princeton University, where he taught Chinese art history for 45 years. In 1959 he co-founded the first doctoral program in Chinese art and archaeology in the United States, which was later expanded to include Japan. He served as chairman of Princeton's Department of Art and Archaeology, and as consultative chairman for Asian art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Provided by Wikipedia
Between two cultures : late-nineteenth- and twentieth-century Chinese paintings from the Robert H. Ellsworth collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art / Wen C. Fong.
Published 2001Other Authors: '; “...Fong, Wen....”
Possessing the past : treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei / Wen C. Fong, James C.Y. Watt ; with contributions by Richard M. Barnhart ... [et al.].
Published 1996Other Authors: '; “...Fong, Wen....”
The great bronze age of China : an exhibition from the People's Republic of China / edited by Wen Fong; introductory essays by Ma Chengyuan ... [et al.] ; catalogue by Robert W. Ba...
Published 1980Other Authors: '; “...Fong, Wen....”