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Series: Colloquies on Art and Archaeology in Asia

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Pottery and Metalwork in T'ang China (Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art: Colloquies on Art AndArchaeology in Asia by William Watson1
The Westward influence of the Chinese arts from the 14th to the 18th century;: [a colloquy held 26 to 29 June 1972] (Colloquies on art and archaeology in Asia) by William Watson3
Chinese Painting and the Decorative Style (Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art: Colloquies on Art AndArchaeology in by Margaret Medley5
Artistic personality and decorative style in Japanese art : [proceedings of] a colloquy held 21-23 June 1976 by William Watson6
Arts of the Eurasian Steppelands: A Colloquy Held 27-29 June 1977 by Philip Denwood7
Decorative techniques and styles in Asian ceramics : a colloquy held 26-28 June 1978 by Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.,8
Landscape Style in Asia (Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art: Colloquies on Art AndArchaeology in Asia)9
Between China and Iran : paintings from four Istanbul albums : a colloquy held 23-26 June 1980 by Ernst J. Grube10
Earthenware in Asia and Africa (Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art: Colloquies on Art AndArchaeology in Asia)12
Style in the East Asian Tradition (Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art: Colloquies on Art AndArchaeology in Asia) by R.E. Scott14
The porcelains of Jingdezhen : held on June 15-17 1992 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Perci by Rosemary E. Scott16
South East Asia and China : art, interaction and commerce by Rosemary Scott17
Chinese jades by Rosemary E. Scott18
Collecting Chinese art : interpretation and display by Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.,20
Gu Kaizhi and the Admonitions Scroll by Shane McCausland21
Song Ceramics: Art, History, Archaeology and Technology by Stacey Pierson22
Art of the Book in China, The: Colloquies on Art & Archaeology in Asia No. 23 by Ming Wilson23

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