Citations with the tag: CHINESE porcelain -- Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912
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- Ming blue-and-white porcelain.
Stepanchuk, Carol // Calliope; May/Jun95, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p32
Features blue-and-white (qing hua) porcelain that was popular during the Ming era. Appearance of blue-and-white porcelain in southern Europe during the sixteenth century; Influence of porcelain design on pottery craft in Holland; Techniques used to make the porcelain; Designs and motifs;...
- A la faÃ§on de Venise.
Stepanchuk, Carol // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Sep2011, Vol. 174 Issue 590, p9
An image of a Chinese porcelain ewer and basin from the late 17th to early 18th century is presented.
- A Famille Rose Double Ruyi-Shaped Covered Box.
Stepanchuk, Carol // Orientations; Sep2011, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p62
An image of a famille rose Chinese ceramic covered box from the Qianlong period of the Qing dynasty is presented.
- Blue and white jar and cover.
Stepanchuk, Carol // Orientations; April2012, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p6
An image is presented of a blue and white jar and cover with a depiction of the "Lanting Gathering" which took place in 353.
- Late Ming porcelain China: 16th century.
BAUMOARDNER, JULIE // Art + Auction; Nov2013, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p183
In a brief article, the author discusses the auction market for Chinese porcelain dating to the late Ming dynasty, noting that the market, formerly dominated by Western collectors, is now shifting to mainland Chinese buyers.
- History IRELAND Sidelines.
Canavan, Tony // History Ireland; May/Jun2011, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p6
The article offers news briefs related to history, including the identification of a sunken World War I U-boat off the coast of Cobh, Ireland, the 25th anniversary of Dublin, Ireland's Jewish Museum, and the discovery of a Ming vase in the possession of a retired English factory worker.
- Chinese Famille Rose Charger Faux Bois Reticulated Rim.
Canavan, Tony // Magazine Antiques; Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 179 Issue 1, p103
An image of a Chinese famille rose charger with a faux bois reticulated rim is presented.
- Pair of Sweetmeat Stands.
Canavan, Tony // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Nov2014, Vol. 180 Issue 625, p51
An image is presented of porcelain sweetmeat stands from the Chinese Qing dynasty, Qianlong period between 1736 and 1795.
- A great and unique porcelain plaque.
Canavan, Tony // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Nov2014, Vol. 180 Issue 625, p55
An image is presented of a 19th century Chinese Qing-era dynasty porcelain plaque made by Deng Bi Shang.
- Imperial bowl, wan, of deep form with gently flared rim, painted on the exterior with five five-clawed dragon medallions.
Canavan, Tony // Orientations; Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p11
An image of an porcelain imperial bowl (wan) from China in 1710 is presented.
Canavan, Tony // Orientations; Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p7
An image of a pair of imperial bowls from the Qianlong period in China is presented.
- Yongzheng period blue-and-white olive vase.
Canavan, Tony // Orientations; Sep2011, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p69
An image of a blue-and-white olive vase from the Yongzheng period in China is presented.
- Ming Porcelain (Book Review).
Sisson, Jacqueline // Library Journal; 1/15/1979, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p182
Reviews the book 'Ming Porcelain,' by Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt.
- Fine China in provincial France.
C. Bi. // Art Newspaper; Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 23 Issue 259, Special section p8
The article briefly reports that a rare Chinese porcelain vase from the Qianlong period sold for â‚¬2.1 million at an auction held on June 19, 2014 in St. Etienne, France.
- Chinese Porcelain in the Collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Thompson, Julian // Orientations; Sep2000, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p96
The article focuses on the Chinese porcelain collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. These porcelain collections mostly include wares from the Ming and Qing period that are of great rarity and beauty, and with no equivalents in other collections outside China. Porcelains from...
Thompson, Julian // Orientations; Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p55
An image of a porcelain pilgrim's flask, or "bian hu," from the Chinese Qianlong period is presented.
- EXPRESSIONS OF POWER AND PRESTIGE: Ming and Qing Imperial Porcelain.
Huo Hua // Orientations; Sep2013, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p14
The article discusses pieces of Chinese porcelain on display at the Nanjing Museum in Nanjing, China. It addresses the use of colors and dragon decorations to denote social status in palace porcelain, the Islamic influences on blue and white porcelain from the Yongle period, and porcelains used...
Barovick, Harriet; Farouky, Jumana; Jiwatram, Jaya; Kilachand, Tara; Kingsbury, Kathleen; Neuman, Clayton // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 6/12/2006, Issue 23, p14
The article presents statistics on various topics such as the number of British men who downloaded pornographic images from the Internet in the previous year, the number of consecutive clay-court wins by Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal after an opening-round victory at the French Open and the...
- FAKES OR REINVENTIONS? Famille-noire Porcelains in 19th Century British Collecting.
Knittler, Konstanze // Orientations; Sep2011, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p110
The article discusses the collection of Chinese famille-noire porcelain, a type of famille verte porcelain, in 19th-century Great Britain. The author analyzes famille-noire pieces from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England and suggests that many famille-noire pieces were made in the...
- Lost (and found) at Sea.
Knittler, Konstanze // Ceramics Monthly; 2012 Yearbook & Annual Buyers Guide, p24
The article discusses the excavation of Ming Dynasty porcelain from a shipwreck located 90 miles off the coast of Indonesia. Particular focus is given to the cargo's exploration by the professional shipwreck exploration company Arqueonautas Worldwide. The porcelain was first discovered by a...
- Museum Notes.
GIFFEN, JANE C. // Historical New Hampshire; Winter1966, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p60
The article discusses and presents images of ceramics held by the New Hampshire Historical Society. It examines a Chinese porcelain bowl from the late eighteenth century that belonged to New Hampshire statesman Paine Wingate, who served as a U.S. Senator from 1789 to 1793. Other items considered...
- At the Spring Show NYC.
GIFFEN, JANE C. // Magazine Antiques; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 180 Issue 2, p68
The article discusses the Spring Show NYC held in New York City which features the works "Master Hare" by artist Joshua Reynolds at Robert Simon Fine Arts, a pair of Chinese Buddhist porcelain lions from the Ming Dynasty at Vallin Galleries and silver cocktail service from the late 1920s at...
- Dragon and Phoenix.
Shen Lei // Ceramics Technical; Nov2012-Apr2013, Issue 35, p70
The article examines the ceramic art collection at the Palace Museum in Beijing, China. Particular focus is given to porcelain works in the collection that exhibit painted patterns representing dragons and phoenixes. Many of these artworks were produced during the Ming and Qing Dynasties in...
- The Finery of the Fair.
Kent, Monique // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Mar2012, Vol. 175 Issue 596, p78
Images of artworks sold at the European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in the Netherlands from 1988-2011 are presented, including the painting "Portrait of a Young Man" by Rembrandt van Rijn, the c. 1700 "West Lake" garniture of Chinese vases, and the panel painting "Saint Anthony Abbot" by Lorenzo Monaco.
- In the Chinese Taste.
Schwartz, Selma // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Sep2012, p68
The article discusses the 18th-century French SÃ¨vres royal porcelain manufactory and its connections to the Chinese Imperial Court. The author focuses on French minister Henri Bertin, who worked with Chinese Jesuits Aloys Ko and Etienne Yang, and discusses a SÃ¨vres tea service in the...