March to April 1987 Magazine

USD $20.00

This edition is out of print and is only available digitally.

Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Chinese Sales at Christie’s in Hong Kong by MICHAEL MARKBREITER

Correspondence

The Metropolitan Museum, New York: A New Place For Japanese Art by CANDACE J. LEWIS

An Anglo-Indian Enigma: Frank Clinger Scallan by GRETA RANA and PRAMODE S.J.B. RANA

“Blue Beads to Trade with the Natives” by ADELHEID MUNAN-OETTLI

Ancient Arakan by SYLVIA FRASER-LU

Wang Shu-sen: China’s Top Jade Carver by CHAO CH-ING-HUA

Behind the Scenes II by MARY ANN CHAIT

Minor Arts During the Cultural Revolution by STEPHEN MARKBREITER

(Saleroom News) Chinese Sales at Sotheby’s In Hong Kong by MICHAEL MARKBREITER

(Saleroom News) Chinese Paintings at Sotheby’s by ARNOLD CHANG

(Saleroom News) Indian, Himalayan and South-East Asian Art in London by BRENDAN LYNCH

(Book Reviews) Reds, Reds, Copper Reds by NATALIE V. ROBINSON

(Book Reviews) Votive Terracottas of Gujarat by SUBHASHINI ARYAN

(Collectors Column) Balinese Wooden Calendars by DOMINIQUE GARDAN

(Collectors Column) Petty Offences in Illustrated Japanese Law Texts During the Early Meiji Period by ALBERT G. HESS and SHIGEYO MURAYAMA

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