Lee, Sherman Emery
LEE, Sherman Emery
LEE, Sherman Emery. American, b. 1918. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Adjunct Professor of Art, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, since 1983. Curator of Far Eastern Art, Detroit Institute of Art, Michigan, 1941-46; Advisor on Collections, Arts and Monuments Division Section, U.S. Army, Tokyo, 1946-48; Assistant Director, and Associate Director, Seattle Art Museum, Wash., 1948-52; Curator of Oriental Art, 1952-83, Assistant Director, 1956-57, Associate Director, 1957-58, and Director, 1958-83, Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio. Professor of Art, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1962-83. Publications: Chinese Landscape Painting, 1954, 1962; (with Wen Fong) Streams and Mountains Without End, 1955; Rajput Painting, 1960; Japanese Decorative Style, 1961; Tea Taste in Japanese Art, 1963; History of Far Eastern Art, 1963, 1982; (with Wai-Kam Ho) Chinese Art Under the Mongols, 1968; Ancient Cambodian Sculpture, 1968; Asian Art, 1970; The Colors of Ink, 1974; (ed.) On Understanding Art Museums, 1975; Past, Present, East and West, 1983; Reflections of Reality in Japanese Art, 1983; The Sketchbooks of Hiroshige, 2 vols., 1984. Address: 5 Carolina Meadows, Apt. 103, Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8522, U.S.A.