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Eleven Books on Chinese Art, Seizo Hayashiya, Chinese Ceramics in Japanese Collections, Asia Society; Richard E. Strassberg, Master of Tradition: The Art of Chang Ta-ch'ien, Pacific Asia Museum; Nancy Berliner, Emperor's Private Paradise, Peabody Essex Museum; Palace Arts Foundation, Palace of Gold and Light: Treasures from the Topkapi, 2000; Hugo Munsterberg, Symbolism in Ancient Chinese Art, Hacker Art Books; Maggie Keswick, Chinese Garden Rizzoli, 1978; Lubor Hajek, Chinese Art, Spring Books; Francois Fourcade, Art Treasures of the Peking Museum, Abrams; Kodokawa Shoten (ed.) Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Oriental Arts: China, Crown, 2 vols.; together with two dealers' catalogs: Donald Wineman and China House of Arts.
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