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Arts of Asia. Volume 19, No 4, (July-August 1989)

by Nguyet, Tuyet. Editor/Publisher

Condition: Fine

Hong Kong: Arts of Asia Publications, 1989. Book. Fine. Soft cover. 152 pp, profusely illustrated with both monochrome and color images. 4to/30cm. Paper, light wear, internally fine. NF. A high quality specialist mazazine started in 1971 by Madame Tuyet Ngu who is still the Editor/Publisher. The cover story is on the gold jewelry in the culture of the Indonesian island of Nias. Other articles are on wood block prints in Peking, crowns in Asia, General Stillwell's collection of fan ornaments, the Buddhist monument at Chu-Yung Pass and Japanese enamels of the Fisher Collection, all by authoritative authors. The issue also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back with an always informative and entertaining contextual Editorial by Madame Nguyet at the beginning of the issue..
  • Bookseller: James Hurley, Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 004021
  • Title: Arts of Asia. Volume 19, No 4, (July-August 1989)
  • Author: Nguyet, Tuyet. Editor/Publisher
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Fine
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Arts of Asia Publications
  • Place: Hong Kong
  • Date published: 1989
  • Keywords: Asia Art Illustrated Magazines Indonesia Nias Island Culture Indonesian Archipelago Gold Jewelry Asian Crowns Peking Wood Block Prints
  • Bookseller catalogs: Asian Art;


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