Watson, William: STUDIES IN CHINESE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART: VOLUME 2. London, 1998. 394 pp. 182 illustrations. 24X17 cm. Cloth.
GBP 50.00
The second of two volumes which collect and reprint the short articles amongst Professor Watson's prodigious output.
Contents: Styles of Mahayanist Iconography in China; On Some Categories of Archaism in Chinese Bronze; Realistic Style in the Art of Han and T'ang China; Divisions of T'ang Decorative Style; Nara-e-hon; The Chinese Chariot: an Insider's View; Kak Charoen and the Early Metal Age of Central Thailand; Tao-chi and the Dialectic of Landscape; The City in Ancient China; Landscape Elements in the Early Buddhist Art of China; The Progress of Archaeology in China; The Individuality of the Honan Tradition in the Shang Period; Categories of Post-Yuan Decorative Bronzes; Iran and China; The Interpenetration of Opposites? Pre-Han Bronze metallurgy in West China; Textile Decoration in the Edo Period and its Further Implication; The Sources and Development of Style in pre-Han and Han Lacquer Ornament; Precious Metal - its Influence on T'ang Earthenware; Chinese Style in the Paintings of the Istanbul Albums.
Subjects: Archaeology Art
Available, as of: 20/09/2021
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