Current List 207A

Aczel, Amir D:
- THE JESUIT & THE SKULL

Adams, Edward B:
- KYONGJU GUIDE

Akiyama, T. et al:
- ARTS OF CHINA I-III

ALBUM OF EROTIC CHINESE PAINTINGS

Ambolt, Nils:
- RELATIVE SCHWERKRAFTSBESTIMMUNGEN MIT PENDELN IN ZENTRALASIEN

ANCIENT CHINA'S TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE

Andrews, Roy Chapman:
- ENDS OF THE EARTH
- EXPLORATIONS IN MONGOLIA: A REVIEW OF THE CENTRAL ASIATIC EXPEDITIONS OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Ang See, Teresa et al ed:
- TSINOY

Anhui Province Cultural Group:
- SHOUXIAN CAIHOU MU CHUTU YIWU
(Cultural Relics Unearthed from Caihou's Tomb in Shouxian) 壽縣蔡侯墓出土遺物.

Argence, Rene-Yvon Lefebvre d':
- CHINESE TREASURES FROM THE AVERY BRUNDAGE COLLECTION

Arlington, L. C. & Lewisohn, William:
- IN SEARCH OF OLD PEKING

Atchley, Virginia and Neil K. Davey:
- THE VIRGINIA ATCHLEY COLLECTION OF JAPANESE MINIATURE ARTS

Aurora Art Museum:
- YUAN QINGHUA CI JIANSHANG
Appreciation of the Yuan Blue and White Porcelains 元青花瓷鑑賞 。 宸旦藝術博物館.

Avitabile, Gunhild:
- EARLY MASTERS

Ayers, John:
- THE BAUR COLLECTION - JAPANESE CERAMICS


GGM175
Gugong Museum: GE CI YAJI: GUGONG BOWUYUAN ZHENCANG JI CHUTU GEYAO CIQI HUICUI. Selection of Ge Ware: The Palace Museum and Archaeological Discoveries. 哥瓷雅集 : 故宮博物院珍藏及出土哥窯瓷器薈萃. Beijing, 2017. 399 pp. Full page colour plates and colour text plates throughout. 29x29 cm. Boards.
GBP 150.00
Produced to accompany a wonderful exhibition at the Gugong Museum in Beijing showing 160 examples of Ge crackle-glaze wares, one of the Five Great Wares. Includes both superb intact examples from the collection of the Gugong Palace Museum in Beijing together with excavated and reconstructed pieces for purposes of comparison and study. 109 of the exhibits date from the Southern Song. The remaining 51 are later imitations from the Ming (15) and Qing (36) dynasties. In three main sections: Heirloom Ge Wares, Unearthed Ge Wares and Ge (or Guan) Type Wares; The Association between Ge Wares, the Laohudong Kilns and the Longquan Kilns; The Influence of Ge Wares on Ceramics of Later Periods. Introductions and essays accompany. All the exhibits are illustrated in colour, in multiple views including bases and basemarks and fully described. Forewords, list of contents, list of plates, captions and abstracts to essays in English. Main text in Chinese. An excellent addition to the literature on the subject with much previously-unpublished material and a valuable study reference.
Subjects: Ceramics Archaeology
Item 466 in List 207.
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