Arts of Asia May-June 2009, Volume 39 Number 3. The Foremost International Asian Arts and Antiques Magazine

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Text in English. Light superficial marks on covers. Illustrations in color. Spine head and foot slightly bumped. Pages are clean and contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound.
A bi-monthly and foremost international Asian arts and antiques Magazine published by Arts of Asia Publications Ltd in Hong Kong. The issue of Arts of Asia May-June 2009, Volume 39 Number 3 with the British Museum’s Sir Percival David Collection as a main theme. This issue includes the following articles: “New at the British Museum: The Sir Percival David Collection in the Sir Joseph Hotung Centre for Ceramic Studies” by Jan Stuart, “Sir Joseph Hotung: A Benefactor’s Perspective” by Carol Michaelson, “The Percival David Collection: Towards a History of Acquisitions” by Stacey Pierson, “Some Notable Tang to Song Dynasty Ceramics in the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art” by Rose Kerr, “Sir Percival David’s Yuan Dynasty Ceramics” by Rosemary Scott, “A New Concept for a Classic Collection: The Ming Ceramics in the Sir Percival David Collection at the British Museum” by Jessica Harrison-Hall, “Qing Imperial Porcelain and Glass” by Regina Krahl, “Beyond Orientalism: Works Inspired by Islamic Art” by Lucien de Guise, “20th-21st Century Artists (Series 5) A Glimpse Into the Artistic World of Ding Yanyong” by Raymond Tang, “Saleroom news” by Rosemary Scott, “Book reviews” by Roger Keverne and Stephen Markbreiteri, “Collectors world: Koshashin – A New Collection of Early Japanese Photography Captures a Moment of Change in 19th Century Japan” by Tony Luppino.
Size: 9.0×11.9×0.3 inches.
150 pages.

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