1 edition of Illustration of Japanese coloured porcelain. found in the catalog.
Illustration of Japanese coloured porcelain.
Issued also in Japanese under title: Nihon iroe kotō shū.
|Other titles||Japanese coloured porcelain.|
|LC Classifications||NK4567 .I4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||68040569|
The covers of Vol I are complete but worn and stained. The range of marks includes not only those in the regular kaishu script but also some marks redrawn in the classical zhuanshu seal script form together with a range of pictorial symbols. He writes in clear, funny prose, and it's all illustrated with his trademark scratchy drawings. And he put both to good use in this classic book.
Quantity on rare books extremely limited; copies on display may sell quickly. Furthermore, for this book, crayon has a softer quality, ideally suited to snow. A useful book for anyone setting out on a freelance career of any kind. With bright patterns, gorgeous cover design and often fantastic illustration, these are books meant to excite the eyes as well as the mind. Her illustrated definitions aren't.
The text illustrations in the standard format editions black and white halftone printed directly on the page and those in the deluxe edition formats tipped in colored albumen photographs are not the same. Almost 10 years in the making it is the only reference work in any language to deal so exhaustively with the entire range of these very diverse marks. It is very sad if it is because the porcelain prices themselves have gone through the roof but it would not need to be. Written in a way that will appeal to the beginner as well as the experienced professional, the introduction contains color illustrations of a varied range of objects together with their marks. Each plate has a title and generally a paragraph of descriptive information written by S.
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Joseph-Armand Bombardier Jacqui Lee mainly uses inks and watercolours to create her illustrations Jacqui Lee is a freelance illustrator based in Calgary, Alberta. With line drawings, color illustrations, bibliography and index. All 10 volume sets have cord ties.
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And he put both to good use in this classic book. Finally the very detailed 70 page Directory section then provides a wide range of historical, dating, geographical and mythological information, where available, for each mark. This is hands down the best book on Transitional Porcelain I have ever seen, but no books I have listed here are bad.
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It does contain 5 more Ogawa color collotypes of flowers and lithographic replicas of the silk screens. Thirty of the plates are identical to those found in the 10 volume series and 30 are different. With bright patterns, gorgeous cover design and often fantastic illustration, these are books meant to excite the eyes as well as the mind.
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The pictures and captions tell the story. This set contains a total of 98 plates. Further there is no quantity stated for the 15 section set.
I Illustrations. More often than not, children love books. There are two versions of this set. The crepe paper is rolling over at the edges and there are numerous tears and creases, primarily along the edges. I have seen a collotype plate book reported with color plates on plain paper and that is probably the first book noted by Wenckstern.
It appears to me that this is the two volume set Wenckstern references. Curtis The Shunzhi eramarking the end of the Ming Dynasty and the beginning of the Qing, was a transitional period in Chinese history.
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In the Shunzhi era, more than any other time in the last years of Chinese porcelain, there was a strong emphasis on individual works of art, each one unique.
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