Osaka Municipal Museum of Art: HAN DYNASTY: NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT CHINA AFTER 2000 YEARS. Osaka, 1999. 200 pp. 92 colour plates, numerous b/w illustrations and drawings. 30x23 cm. Paper.
A major exhibition of Chinese archaeological findings from recent excavations in the Xi'an area - the ancient city of Chang'an and tomb sites. Approximately 130 objects are shown ranging from a jade suit, weapons, ceramics, tomb figurines, bronze vessels and mirrors, jades, gold and silver inlaid metal objects, lacquer etc. A fine selection showing the skills and achievements of Han dynasty artisans. 9 page English caption list, otherwise Japanese only.
Subjects: Art Archaeology
Available, as of: 19/05/2017
Was item 458 in printed List 187.
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