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2783T Marlborough
February 17, 2015 12:00 PM - February 27, 2015 04:00 PMCalender

Fourteen Books on Chinese Painting

Auction: Asian Works Of Art - 2783T Location: Marlborough Date / Time: February 17, 2015 12:00PM


Fourteen Books on Chinese Painting, Alan Houghton Brodrick, Outline on Chinese Painting, Avalon Press (ex libris); Wen Fong and Maxwell Hearn, Silent Poetry, Metropolitan Museum; Los Angeles County Museum, Chinese Paintings, LA County Museum; Mario Bussagli, Chinese Painting, Paul Hamlyn; Raphael Petrucci, Chinese Painters Books for Libraries Press; Max Loehr, Chinese Painting after Sung, (Ryerson Lecture) Yale Art Gallery; Museum of Art, University of Michigan, Paintings of Tao-Chi; James Cahill, Sogen-ga, University Art Museum, University of California; Mark F. Wilson, Friends of Wen Cheng-Ming, China Institute; Center for Asian Art and Culture, Osaka Exchange Exhibition; China Institute, Gardens in Chinese Art; Art of East Asia Library, Chinese Paintings, Crown; Richard Lewis (ed.), Luminous Landscape, Chinese Art and Poetry, Doubleday; James Cahill, Painter's Practice, Columbia.
Estimate $200-300

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Alan Houghton Brodrick, Avalon Press, Maxwell Hearn, Wen Fong, Metropolitan Museum, Los Angeles County Museum, LA County Museum, Mario Bussagli, James Cahill, Paul Hamlyn, Raphael Petrucci, Max Loehr, University of Michigan, Yale, Yale Art Gallery, Museum of Art, Ryerson, University Art Museum, University of California, Mark F. Wilson, China Institute, Wen Cheng-Ming, Center for Asian Art and Culture, East Asia, East Asia Library, Richard Lewis, Columbia