Pottery - China History. New York : Funk and Wagnalls. Bibliography: v. 1, p. xxvii-xxx. v. 1. Pottery and early wares. 2. Ming and Ching porcelain.
Pottery - China History. Courtlandt Palmer Mem. Coll. Tight+Margins%2C+Tissue+Before+Pg. 0APage+Before+foldouts+at+end+of+book+torn.
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Chinese Pottery and Porcelain Paperback – February 1, 1976. by R. Hobson (Author).
Plate books of historic pottery and porcelain in private collections. Permanent collection catalogs of museum holdings. Catalogue of the Leonard Gow Collection of Chinese Porcelain. Monographs on ceramics by region and/or country. Guides to specific ceramics manufacturers. Works on art pottery. Catalogs for important pottery and porcelain exhibitions. MPFF+) Important early illustrated catalogue for an important collection of representative works from key periods and notable makers. The Wares of the Ming Dynasty. London: Benn Brothers, 1923.
Robert Lockhart Hobson, 1934. The cover of Chinese pottery and porcelain, 1915. Robert Hobson was born at Lambeg, Co. Antrim, Ireland, in 1872, the son of Reverend Canon William Thomas Hobson of the Isle of Man. He had a brother, William Dalglish Hobson, born in 1886
Robert Lockhart Hobson, 1934. Robert Lockhart Hobson CB (1872 – 5 June 1941) was keeper of the Department of Ceramics and Ethnography at the British Museum and an authority on far eastern ceramics. He had a brother, William Dalglish Hobson, born in 1886
R. L. Hobson (Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, London, 1915, 2: 102) believes that the process included a second firing at low temperature in the muffle kiln in the same way as that required by overglaze lead enamel. He also refers to the description of the gilding process in Tao Shuo (Description of Pottery) by Zhu Wan, published in 1774, saying, "Gold leaf combined with one tenth by weight of carbonate of lead was mixed with gum and painted on with a brush.
A New Chinese Masterpiece in the British Museum. Vainker, Chinese pottery and porcelain, (London, The British Museum Press, 1991). The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, Vol. 25, No. 134 (May, 1914), pp. 68–70, 73, JSTOR. The British Museum Book of Chinese Art, 2007 (2nd edn), British Museum Press, ISBN 9780714124469, pp. 158–160. W. Zwalf (e., Buddhism: art and faith (London, The British Museum Press, 1985).
Early Chinese pottery and porcelain (The Faber monographs on pottery and porcelain) by Gray, Basil and a great selection of related books, art and . About this Item: China Books & Periodicals, 1984. Condition: Very Good. 1st. Ships from Reno, NV.
About this Item: China Books & Periodicals, 1984.
Forty Plates in Colour and Ninety-Six in Black and White; Volume 1. Hardback. Created by R L (Robert Lockhart) 1872-19 Hobson.