Krahl, Regina: CHINESE CERAMICS FROM THE MEIYINTANG COLLECTION: VOLUME FOUR. London, 2010. xi, pp. 1-212; xi, pp. 213-457. Colour plates (many full page) throughout both volumes. 2 vols. 37x27 cm. Cloth, slipcase.
The Meiyintang collection is one of the finest and largest private collections of Chinese ceramics in the West. Assembled over some 40 years and covering every period from the Yangshao culture to the Qing period, the collection is famous as a comprehensive overview of Chinese ceramic art. The emphasis is on quality and rarity. This work (comprising of two physical volumes) is the fourth on the collection and shows examples added to the collection over the last 10-15 years. It focuses on ceramics dating from the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, highlighting imperial ceramics from Jingdezhen. Illustrated throughout in colour and with a detailed text by a leading scholar of Chinese ceramics.
Earlier volumes also available.
Can be ordered in, as of: 03/03/2020
Was item 462 in printed List 198.
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