China: A Short Cultural History

By C. P. Fitzgerald; C. G. Seligman | Go to book overview

ERRATA PLATE 17 For "Throne Hall of the Forbidden City, Peking" read "Main Gate of the Forbidden City, Peking."


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1. Wooden statue of a Bodhisattva Sung dynasty. (Eumorfopoulos Collection) Frontispiece
2.
1. The Altar of Heaven, Peking.(Hartung, Peking)facing page34
3.
2. The Altar of Heaven prepared with offerings for sacrifice36
4.
3. Bronze vessel, ku, Chou period. (Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto)114
5.
4. Bronze vessel, i, Chou period. (Sedgwick Collection)118
6.
5. Horse head of jade, Han dynasty. (Oscar Raphael Collection)228
7.
6. Ceremonial bronze axe, Han dynasty. (Oscar Raphael Collection)238
8. 7. (a) Gold buckle from Lak Lang, Korea. Han Dynasty. (Professor S. Umehara) (b) Bronze fish, Chou period. (Oppenheim240 Collection)
9.
8. Rock-hewn Buddhist sculpture at Lung Men, Honan; Wei and Sui dynasties. (Chavannes, Mission Archæologique)358
10. 9. Pottery figures, T'ang dynasty. (a) A Southern Indian. (Eumorfopoulos Collection) 366 (b) An Armenoid Type. (Seligman Collection)
11.
10. Marble bowl with Hellenistic design, T'ang dynasty. (Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto)368
12.
11. Bronze mirrors, T'ang dynasty. (Seligman Collection)370
13.
12. Landscape attributed to Wu Tao-tzǔ of the T'ang dynasty. (Shimbi Shoin, Tokyo)442
14.
13. Landscape by Li Ch'00EAng. "Woods in Winter." Sung dynasty. (National Palace Museum, Peking)446

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