The Arts of China

By Hugo Munsterberg

Hardback booklet with airborne dirt and dust jacket titled the humanities OF CHINA.

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B. :Buddhist Cave work at Tun Huang, London, 1959 van Gulik, R. H. :Chinese Pictorial artwork, Rome, 1958 Kuo Hsi:An Essay on panorama portray, London, 1936 Lee, S. :Chinese panorama portray, Cleveland, 1954 Munsterberg, H. :The panorama portray of China and Japan, Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan, 1955 Siren, O. :The chinese language at the paintings of Painting,Peking, 1936 _____: chinese language portray: top Masters and ideas, 7 vols. , London, 1956-58 Sullivan, M. :Chinese paintings within the 20th Century, London, 1959 Swann, P. :Chinese portray, Paris, 1958 Waley, A. :An creation to chinese language portray, London, 1923 SCULPTURE Ashton, L. :Introduction to the research of chinese language Sculpture, London, 1924 Chavannes, E. :Mission Archéologique dans l. a. Chine Septentrionale, Paris, 1909-15 Fischer, O. :Chinesische Plastik,Munich, 1948 Mizuno, S. :Chinese Stone Sculpture,Tokyo, 1950 _____: Yün Kang,15 vols. , Kyoto, 1952 Munsterberg. H. :The artwork of the chinese language Sculptor, Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan, 1960 Siren, O. :Chinese Sculpture, four vols. , London, 1925 Soper, A. :Literary facts for Early Buddhist paintings in China, Ascona, 1959 structure Boerschmann, E. :Chinesische Architektur, Berlin, 1925 _____: Pagoden,Berlin, 1931 Boyd, Α. :Chinese structure, London, 1962 Prip-M0ller,J. :Chinese Buddhist Monasteries, Copenhagen, 1937 Sirén, O. :Chinese Architecture,vol. four inHistory of chinese language artwork, London, 1929 _____: Gardens of China, manhattan, 1949 _____: Imperial Palaces of Peking,Paris, 1926 _____: partitions and Gates of Peking,London, 1924 CERAMICS Garner, H. :Oriental Blue and White, London, 1954 Gompertz, G. St. G. M. :Chinese Celadon Wares, London, 1958 grey, B. :Early chinese language Pottery and Porcelain, London, 1953 Hobson, R. L. :Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, London, 1915 _____: chinese language Pottery and Porcelain within the David assortment, London, 1934 _____: Later Ceramic Wares of China, London, 1925 _____: The Wares of the Ming Dynasty, London, 1923 (reissued, 1962) Honey, W. B. :The Ceramic artwork of China and different international locations of the a ways East, London, 1945 Jenyns, S. :Later chinese language Porcelain, London, 1959 _____: Ming Pottery and Porcelain, London, 1953 Pope, J. Α. :Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine, Washington, 1956 _____: Fourteenth Century Blue and White, Washington, 1953 Index abhaya mudra, Buddhist gesture, ninety two album leaves: ascribed to Ch'ien Hsüan, 158; of Sung painters, one hundred forty five Alsdorf assortment, a hundred twenty five, 126 Altar of Heaven, 178 amphora, T'ang, 126 Andersson, J. G. , 22 animal figures: in Chou sculpture, sixty seven, sixty eight; in Han sculpture, eighty one, eighty five ; in Shang paintings, 39,44,46; as water and fertility symbols, 24. See additionally bears, bison, bull motif, deer, horses, lions, tiger motif Anyang: ceramic unearths at, forty five; as Shang capital, 37, forty seven Ao, first Shang capital, 37, forty seven apple-green, colour on K'ang Hsi ware, 217 apsaras, ninety five. See additionally Avalokitesvara, Bodhisattvas, Kuan Yin structure: Han, 87; overdue Chou, sixty nine; Ming, 176-78; Shang, forty six; Six Dynasties, ninety six; Sung, one hundred fifty; T'ang, 122-23; T'ang and Sung in comparison, a hundred and fifty; Yüan, 169 Arhats, 121, 157, 176 ash glaze, on Shang ceramics, forty five.

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