Chinese ceramics, bronzes and jades in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow

by James Alan Noel Barlow

Publisher: Faber and Faber in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 173 Downloads: 573
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Subjects:

  • Pottery, Chinese.,
  • Bronzes, Chinese.,
  • Jade.,
  • Art objects -- Private collections.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 165-170.

Statementby Michael Sullivan.
ContributionsSullivan, Michael, 1916-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK4165 .B3 1963
The Physical Object
Pagination173 p. :
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19622924M

Illustrated catalogue of antique Chinese bronzes, porcelains, pottery, tomb, jades and rare old Chinese paintings American Art Association CC0 — Creative Commons (CC0 ). Another similar example is illustrated by Rotondo-McCord in Heaven and Earth Seen Within: Song Ceramics from the Robert Barron Collection, New Orleans, , no. 34, p. 98; and another similar bowl is illustrated by Sullivan in Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London, , pl. 53c. Fine Chinese Ceramics, Paintings and Works of Art: 21 March [Sale Code JADE]: Property of Baron De Berenx, Robert Chang, Sammie Sanford Dunn, Ervika Foundations, Mrs. Louis Joseph, Schieszlers, Schloss, Mary Porter Walsh, Ian Woodner Family by Christie's (New York) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The objects on display in this exquisite gallery show the history of the exotic stone. Translucent yet tough, jade was worked into ornaments, ceremonial weapons and ritual objects by Chinese craftspeople. Most of the jades on display are on loan from the collection of Sir .

Catalogue of antique Chinese porcelains, bronzes, jades, enamels, lacquers, curios, Thibetan and Mongolian idols and books, etc.: the collection of his excellency Baron M. Von Brandt, his Imperial German Majesty's Ambassador at Pekin, China by American Art Association. Collection particulière française法國私人收藏DEUX BOLS 'CIZHOU' EN GRÈS ÉMAILLÉ NOIR ET BRUN À MOTIF 'PLUMES DE PERDRIX' DYNASTIE DES SONG DU NORD - DYNASTIE JIN北宋. Get this from a library! Archaic Chinese bronzes, jades and works of art: June 1 to 25, [J.J. Lally & Co.;]. Now Professor Chen is sharing his expertise on the Chinese archaic jade with all the readers in the world by publishing this book. I believe all the jade lovers will enjoy reading this book and obtain the knowledge of Chinese archaic jade authentication, appreciation, and appraisal. Yung-Fu Cheng, Ph.D. Professor & President.

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Chinese ceramics, bronzes and jades in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow by James Alan Noel Barlow Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Barlow Collection of Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades was formed by Sir Alan Barlow (). Educated at Marlborough and Oxford, Alan Barlow worked as a civil servant in several government departments. The Barlow Collection of Chinese ceramics, bronzes and jades is one of the leading 20th-century English collections of its type.

Sir Alan Barlow (), President of the Oriental Ceramic Societywas a distinguished Civil Servant with a commitment to public education, and following his death the collection was placed, as a Trust.

A New Book on Velázquez (pp. ) Velázquez. A Catalogue Save Cite this Item xml. Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow by Michael Sullivan, Sir Alan, Lady Barlow. By William Charles White.

Kelly & Walsh, Limited Shanghaihard back; Chinese Ceramics Bronzes And Jades In the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow. By Michael Sullivan. Faber and Faber Limited London,hard back; Illustrated Catalogue Of Chinese-Government Exhibits for the International Exhibition of Chinese Art in London.

Including: Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes, and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, Michael Sullivan, Faber, London, The Han Tomb No. 1 At Mawangtui, Changsha, two volumes, by Hunan Provincial Museum and Institute of Archaeology, Academia Sinica, Wen Wu Press, Beijing, Archaeological Finds from Pre-Qin Sites in Guangdong, Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Art.

The Barlow Collection was formed by Sir Alan Barlow (). Educated at Marlborough and Oxford, Alan Barlow had a distinguished career in public service.

He worked as a civil servant in several government departments and was Private Secretary to Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald in He retired from a post at the Treasury in The collection is particularly strong in the ceramics of the Tang ( AD) and Song ( AD) dynasties, with an emphasis on a simplicity of form and decoration that was very much the taste of its founder, Sir Alan Barlow.

Objects in the collection span three millenia with most periods of Chinese history represented, from the ancient. Compare also a pear-shaped vase bronzes and jades in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow book with a lotus scroll, illustrated in Michael Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

95b; and another carved with fruiting grapes framed by a similar keyfret border and petal panels with foliate motifs, illustrated in Regina Krahl. A similar saucer dish is illustrated by M.

Sullivan in Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and jades in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl. 99a, and another was sold at Christie's New York, 15 Septemberlot See another related Ding box and cover illustrated in Michael Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

44a; and another formerly in the collection of Mrs. Alfred Clark illustrated in Basil Gray, Early Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, London,pl. 36a and subsequently sold. Compare the brown-stained white marble lion of similar size illustrated by M. Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

14 (no. S36), and one from the collection of Stephen Junkunc, III, sold at Christie's, New York, 21 Septemberlot The book of art: a pictorial encyclopedia of painting, drawing, and sculpture. The cave temples of Maichishan: Chinese art; recent discoveries: Chinese ceramics, bronzes and jades in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow: The Chinese painting collection and correspondence of Sir James Stewart Lockhart ().

Other similar examples are illustrated by Dubosc in the exhibition catalogue Settimo Centenario di Marco Polo, Mostra d’Arte Cinese, Venice,p. no.from the Gure Collection; by Sullivan in Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

66a; by d’Argencé in The Hans. Chinese Art: Bronzes, Jade, Sculpture, Ceramics by Daisy Lion-Goldschmidt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at For a closely related bowl with five russet medallions, see one published in Michael Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

51c; and another from the Scheinman Collection included in the exhibition, Born of Earth and Fire, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore,cat. Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow by Michael Sullivan avg rating — 0 ratings — published Other Longquan celadon mallet vases with phoenix handles are illustrated by Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl.

80a; and in The World’s Great Collections: Oriental Ceramics, Vol. 3. Ancient Chinese bronzes, ceramics, and jade in the collection of the Honolulu Academy of Arts. [Honolulu]: The Academy, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Poor; Honolulu Academy of Arts.

Chinese artists have a certain aesthetic taste, and this is seen in diverse mediums such as porcelain, pottery, jade, cloisonné and lacquer.

Once you have accustomed your eye to the proportions and silhouettes of Chinese forms, this will inform your entire collecting experience. Chinese Jades from The Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman Hardcover – December 1, by Robert Kleiner (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, December 1, "Please retry" $ $Reviews: 1. During the following two decades he assembled a renowned collection of greenwares and other ceramics from the Song dynasty and earlier. These, along with numerous early Chinese jades and bronzes he had collected, also came to the museum in Sir Herbert was an active member of the Oriental Ceramic Society for many years.

They were used on all ceramics made for the Emperor and his Imperial household. Familiarise yourself with the reign marks used in each period but do not rely on a reign mark to establish the age of a piece. Marks were often copied and can be apocryphal.

A useful reference book is The Handbook of Marks on Chinese Ceramics, Gerald Davison, London. Compare with the related jade ribbed incense burners, gui, Ming dynasty, illustrated in Compendium of Collections in the Palace Museum: Jade 7 Ming Dynasty, Beijing,pls; and another, in the Sir Alan and Lady Barlow collection, illustrated in the Oriental Ceramic Society catalogue Chinese Jades, London,no COVID Resources.

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Istanbul, vol. 1, London,pl. ; and to another bottle vase with lotus design, from the Alexander and Barlow collections, published in Michael Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics. Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,pl. 95b, now in the Ashmolean. A New Book on Velázquez By Enriqueta (E.

H; E. H) Harris. Order book. Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow By Margaret Medley. Order book. A very similar Ding type white porcelain box is published by Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, London,no.illustrated as pl.

44a, with a detail of the base illustrated together with a fragment from the Ding kilns illustrated pl. d; and with caption including the exhibition history on pp.

Jades are noted for the perfection of their craftsmanship. The sculpture exists in bronze, jade, and stone. Ceramics include religious figures and porcelains with delicate floral designs.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Bronzes.

The technique of the Chinese bronzes -- Bronze forms -- The decorative style of the. Ch’ien Lung Incense Burner in White Jade; Chinese Art: From the collection of the Hon. Hugh Scott; Chinese Art: From the collection of James W.

and Marilynn Aldsorf; Chinese Ceramics, Bronzes and Jades in the Collection of Sir Alana and Lady Barlow; Chinese Jade Bowl; Chinese Jade Buffalo; Chinese Jade Carvings; Chinese Jade Caving by Bluett. The bactrian camel is quite similar to one in the collection of Sir Alan and Lady Barlow, and illustrated by M.

Sullivan, Chinese Ceramics, Bronze and Jades, London,pl. 10b. Camels were not indigenous to China. The bactrian camel originated in Central Asia, and like the single-humped dromedary which comes from the Arabian peninsula, was.

Compare also to a vase with blossoming pomegranate scroll as the major band in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated by Huang Wenwen in Qinggong jiucang Mingdai Longquan qingci yanjiu, The Research of Porcelain of Longquan Kiln, Beijing, p.fig.

3, and one with grapevines in the Meiyintang Collection, illustrated in Chinese Ceramics from. Get this from a library! Ancient China: jades, bronzes & ceramics: [an exhibition] March 24 to Ap [J.J. Lally & Co.;].Chinese Art: An Introductory Handbook to Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Textiles, Bronzes & Minor Arts by Roger Fry, Laurence Binyon, Osvald Siren, Bernard Rackham, A.

F. Kendrick, W. W. Winkworth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at