November to December 1991 Magazine

USD $20.00

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

Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

Hong Kong In Transition: Opening of the New Hong Kong Museum of Art by TUYET NGUYET and STEPHEN MARKBREITER

Hong Kong Museum of Art (Urban Council): An Introduction to the Historical Pictures Collection by ADA YAU LAU KWAU-YAU

Hong Kong Museum of Art: Some Interesting Items in the Chinese Antiquities Section by HO KAM -CHUEN

Hong Kong Museum of Art: The Collection of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy by CHRISTINA CHU

Hong Kong Museum of Art: “Too French”—The Inaugural Exhibition of Contemporary French Art by GERARD TSANG

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Chinese Paintings in May by ARNOLD CHANG

(Saleroom News) Phillips London: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art in June by DESMOND HEALEY

(Saleroom News) Classic Chinese Furniture in Tzu-tan Wood by GRACE WU BRUCE

(Book Reviews) The Bronze Dong Son Drums by STEPHEN MARKBREITER

Chinese Greenware Found in the Philippines by RITA C. TAN

(Collectors World) The World of Tribal Art—A Report on the June 1991 Sales in London and Some Notes for New Collectors by JULIAN HARDING

(Collectors World) The Story of the Lao Nua “Long Rolls” by COLLIN PIPRELL

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