Masks of Mystery: Ancient Chinese Bonzes from Sanxingdui (English and Chinese Edition) ePub download
by Liu Yang,Edmund Capon,Art Gallery of New South Wales,Yang Liu
- ISBN: 0734763166
- ISBN13: 978-0734763167
- ePub: 1479 kb | FB2: 1845 kb
- Language: English Chinese
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: New South Wales Government; 2001 Edition edition (March 1, 2001)
- Pages: 110
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by Yang Liu, Liu Yang, Edmund Capon. The 39 exhibits include bronze masks, standing figures, bronze fittings and jade blades.
by Yang Liu, Liu Yang, Edmund Capon. Catalogue of the exhibition of cultural artifacts from Sanxingdui at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. ISBN13:9780734763167. Release Date:January 2000. Publisher:Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2000. Yang Liu. Download with Google. Masks of Mystery: Ancient Chinese Bronzes from Sanxingdui.
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Liu Yang and Edmund Capon, eds. 2000. More About the Finds at Sanxingdui, National Gallery of Art. Treasures from a Lost Civilization: Ancient Chinese Art from Sichuan, Seattle Art Museum. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales. Riddle from the Ancient Past: The Mysteries of Sanxingdui, Taiwan Panorama. Sanxingdui mask relics record traces of Bronze Age, Shanghai Star.
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Photography by Werner Forman. With Liu Yang, "Masks of Mystery: Ancient Chinese bronzes from Sanxingdui". Dong Qichang - Dong Qichang, Wanluan Thatched Hall (婉娈草堂图), 1597. Private collection, Taipei.
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