A handbook of Chinese ceramics by Suzanne G Valenstein

By Suzanne G Valenstein

This good-looking booklet is right away a basic survey of chinese language ceramics from the early Neolithic interval to the current day and a vital reference quantity for paintings historians and connoisseurs. initially released through The Metropolitan Museum of artwork in 1975 as an creation to its enormous selection of chinese language ceramics, the e-book used to be hugely praised by way of specialists within the box.

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