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2012 ANTIQUES: CHINESE ARTS AUCTION RECORDS 2011.1.1-2011.12.31: (PAINTING AND CALLIGRAPHY)
2012 Gudong Paimai Nianjian: Shuhua 2012 拍賣年鑒 : 書畫.

Aiko Gyoso (Maekawa Bunzo comp.):
- KAIGAI IBUN
(Strange Information from Overseas) 海外异聞.

Akisato Rito:
- SHINSEN NIWATSUKURI DEN: TSUKIYAMA SANSHUI ISHIGUMI SONOO YAEGAKI
(Newly Compiled Account of the Creation of Gardens) 新撰庭作傳 。 秋里大人 原著.

ANYUE SHIKU YUANJUEDONG BAOHU YANJIU
Conservation and Research for Yuanjuedong of Anyue Grottos 安岳石窟圓覺洞保護研究.

Arce, Dr. Jose; drawings by Schiff:
- DE BUENOS AIRES A SHANGHAI

Argence, Rene-Yvon Lefebvre d':
- CHINESE JADES IN THE AVERY BRUNDAGE COLLECTION

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 34

Art Institute of Chicago; Wang Tao ed:
- MIRRORING CHINA'S PAST

Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology, Beijing University:
- QUANLI YU XINYANG: LIANGZHU YIZHI QUN KAOGU TEZHAN
Power in Things: New Perspectives on Liangzhu (Special Exhibition of Archaeological Finds From the Liangzhu Site) 權力與信仰 : 良渚遺址群考古特展.

AUSPICIOUS ORNAMENTAL JADES
A Wanyu Shanfang Collection of Qing Jades


JYB181
Museum of the Jinsha Remains ed: JINSE JIYI: ZHONGGUO CHUTU 14 SHIJI QIAN JINQI TEZHAN. Golden Memories: Gold Wares Prior to the 14th Century Unearthed in China. 金色記憶 : 中國出土 14 世紀前金器特展. Chengdu, 2018. 391 pp. Colour plates throughout. Colour text illustrations. 30x24 cm. Boards.
GBP 275.00
Catalogue of a superb exhibition of excavated ancient Chinese gold held at the Museum of the Jinsha Remains in Chengdu in China's Sichuan province. The exhibits date from c.4000 BC through the dynasties up to (and including) the Yuan dynasty. Arranged chronologically with a final small section on gold face masks. NO Ming or Qing material. 350 exhibits with many exhibits comprising numerous objects - a total of over 850 items! Loans from some 60 museums and institutions throughout China. The largest ever exhibition of ancient gold in China!
  This is the first major showing of ancient gold in China since the 2013 comprehensive exhibition at the Nanjing Museum but there is a sharper focus here on early material as this exhibition excludes Ming and Qing material. Undoubtedly some overlap between objects here and those shown at Nanjing but also much 'new' material. Illustrated throughout. Text in Chinese.
  Hard to obtain.
Subjects: Archaeology Gold
Item 140 in List 208.
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