March to April 2019 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Asian Arms and Armour at The Met by DONALD J. LA ROCCA

Carved Ambers in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art by ZHIXIN JASON SUN

The Met: Beyond a Wish for Progeny—Boys in Chinese Art by PENGLIANG LU

Excavating the Storeroom: Understudied Treasures of Chinese Painting From the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum by JOSEPH SCHEIER-DOLBERG

The Met: A Lacquer Display Shelf Reunited with a Bridal Trousseau by MONIKA BINCSIK

The Met: Pleasures and Pastimes in an Era of Peace—Early Edo Genre Screens by JOHN T. CARPENTER

The Met: A Koto Worthy of a Prince by J. KENNETH MOORE

Asian Musical Instruments at the Metropolitan Museum by JAYSON KERR DOBNEY

The Met: Enlightened Technology—Casting Divinity in the Gupta Age by DEBORAH-SCHORSCH, LAWRENCE BECKER and FEDERICO CARÒ

The Met: Two Korean Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara Paintings by HYEWON PARK

The Met: Contributor Biographies 

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s London: Fine Japanese Art, Important Chinese Art and St George Street Sale: Asian Art on November 6th, 7th and 9th, 2018 by ISABELLA TEDESCHI

(Book Reviews) Lapis and Gold by SHEILA R. CANBY

(Book Reviews) Exploring Chester Beatty’s Ruzbihan Qur’an by SHEILA R. CANBY