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From Han to Eternity: The Beauty and Value of Chinese Tomb Pottery

In China, ancient burial sites commonly included tomb pottery. China’s tradition of pottery-making began in ancient times well before the Han dynasty, but by this time, improvements to pottery-making techniques allowed for extensive production of items for both daily and ceremonial use. These sophisticated new techniques eventually led to the three-colored glazed-ware (sancai) of the Tang dynasty as well as low-fired glazed-wares of the Ming and Qing dynasties.… Read More

September 12 | Asian Art Preview in New York City

Friday, September 12, 2014, 12-7 PM

Join us for an auction preview during the New York fall Asia Week. View a selection of Chinese art to be offered at the Asian Works of Art auction on September 17, 2014.

The event is free and open to the public.

The Culture Center 410 Columbus Avenue New York, NY 10024

Asian Works of Art

Auction Information

NOTE: Only bidders who have received prior approval from the Accounting Department will be eligible to bid on Lot 96 in Auction 2751B.

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April 25 | Asian Works of Art Reception

Friday, April 25, 2014 at 5-7PM

Join us for a reception

The Asian Works of Art Department  is pleased to invite you to a reception during our auction preview featuring The Estate of Peter L. Rosenberg.

Judith Dowling, Department Director, will be available to answer all your questions about  the upcoming auction.

Skinner Boston Gallery 63 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116

AUCTION INFORMATION

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From Han to Eternity: The Beauty and Value of Chinese Tomb Pottery

In China, during the Han dynasty (206 BC through AD 220), burials commonly included tomb pottery. China’s tradition of pottery-making began in ancient times well before the Han dynasty, but by this time, improvements to pottery-making techniques allowed for extensive production of items for both daily and ceremonial use. These sophisticated new techniques eventually led to the three-colored glazed-ware (sancai) of the Tang dynasty as well as low-fired glazed-wares of the Ming and Qing dynasties.… Read More