Curtis, Julia: TRADE TASTE AND TRANSFORMATION: JINGDEZHEN PORCELAIN FOR JAPAN 1620-1645. New York, 2006. 135 pp. Numerous colour illustrations. 28x22 cm. Boards.
Catalogue of an excellent exhibition focusing on a particularly interesting period of Chinese ceramic production when political and economic uncertainty in China forced manufacturers to look abroad for markets. Showing over 100 examples, the exhibition examines how Chinese porcelains adapted to the demands of the Japanese market. All exhibits illustrated and accompanied by an excellent text.
Item 53 in List 204.
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