A Short History of Chinese Art

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Frontispiece: Lu Chao-yang: Peacocks and Peonies. Silk. Dated A.D. 1552. Height 1.78 m. Del Drago Collection, New York
1. Amphora from Pan Shan. Diam. 29 cm. Museum für Völkerkunde, Munich
2. Amphora from Pan Shan. Height 34 cm. L. Wannieck, Paris
3. Amphora from Ma Ch'ang. Height 34 cm. Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
4. Pot from Ma Ch'ang. Height 20.5 cm. Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
5. Pot from Ma Ch'ang. Height 19.2 cm. Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
6. White Pottery Amphora. Height 33 cm. Freer Gallery, Washington
7. Ting. Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
8. P'ou. Height 19.3 cm. Staatliche Museen, Berlin
9. P'ou. Louvre, Paris
10. Tsun. Height 22.7 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
11. Ting. Height 13.2 cm. W. R. Nelson Gallery, Kansas City
12. Chia. Height 26.6 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
13. Kuei. Height 17 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
14. Yu. Height 36.1 cm. Freer Gallery, Washington
15. Yu from Pao Chi. Height with Socle 47 cm. Metropolitan Museum, New York
16. I. Height 32.5 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
17. Four-legged Ting. Height to Rim 17.8 cm. W. R. Nelson Gallery, Kansas City
18. Yu. Height 36.5 cm. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
19. Yu. Height 22 cm. Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, New York
20. Yu. Height 20 cm. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
21. Chalice-shaped Kuei. Height 17.6 cm. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
22. Kuei. Height 30.3 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
23. Kuei. 825 B.C. Height 30.3 cm. W. R. Nelson Gallery, Kansas City
24. Kuei. Height 33.5 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
25. Hu from Hsin Ch'ēng. Height ca. 100 cm. Honan Provincial Museum
26. Fu. Height 18.5 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
27. Ting. Height 33.6 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
28. Ting from Li Yü. Louvre, Paris
29. Basin. Diam. 59.7 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
30. Basin. Diam. 51.8 cm. Freer Gallery, Washington
31. Bell Chung. Height 58.7 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
32. Pilgrim's Bottle. Height 36 cm. Art Institute, Chicago
33. Hu. Height 45.6 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
34. Hu. Ohta Collection
35. Vase with Inlay in Gold and Silver. Height 23.5 cm. C. T. Loo, New York
36. Vase Fang. Inlay of Malachite. Height 37.3 cm. University Museum, Philadephia

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A Short History of Chinese Art
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Preface 7
  • Acknowledgment 8
  • Contents 9
  • List of Illustrations 11
  • Chinese Dynasties 15
  • The Neolithic Age 17
  • The Bronzes 26
  • Sculpture - Shang to Han 55
  • Painting 86
  • Notes 129
  • Index 133
  • Plates 141
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