James Hurley, Books: Asian Art
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CHANDOR, MARY M.
Highlights of Asian Art: India-China-Korea-Japan. Work from Museums and Private Collections in New Jersey: April 3-May 21, 1972
Morristown, New Jersey, Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences. 1972. Soft cover. Book, Unpaged (xxiv pp). Introduction by Mary M. Chandor, Curator of Art, catalogue with 17 monochrome illustrations. Decorated blue card wrappers, 2 abbreviated words on title page, otherwise clean, tight and very good. A catalogue with many monochrome illustrations of the 102 items in the Exhibit. Very Good.
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Book number: 003910
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Art Exhibits New Jersey Collections Asian India China Korea Japan

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 14, No 6 (November-December 1984)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1984. Soft cover. Book, 144pp, profusely illustrated with both monochrome and color images. 4to/30cm. Paper, light wear, internally fine. A high quality specialist mazazine started in 1971 by Madame Tuyet Nguyet and still under her editorship. Articles on the Islamic book, jade, Shanghai metalwork, cricket, sacred heirlooms and Kampong pastimes by established authorities. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and collectors column sections at the back. Fine.
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Book number: 003538
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asia Art Illustrated Magazines Jades the Islamic Book the Cricket Story Kampong Pastimes Shanghai Metalwork

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 18, No 4, (July-August 1988)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1988. Soft cover. Book, 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 Nguyet and still under her editoriship. The cover story and theme of this issue.the Prasat Phnom Rung: A Khmer Temple in Thailand by Sarah Hammond. Other articles are on bronzes in the National Museum, Kampuchea, Khmer silver in animal shapes, Buddhist bronzes in the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, the "Feng" peacock device on early bronze vessels, and Tantric elements in pre-Hispanic Philippines gold art. Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back. The Editor, Madame Tuyet Nguyet, in her always interesting editorial provides the contect of the issue's theme as well as the background on the creation of the Nitta Group Collection of Buddhist Art at the National Palace Museum, Taiwan.. Fine.
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Book number: 004016
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Art Illustrated Magazines Thailand Khmer Temples Prasat Phrnom Rung Nitta Group Collection

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 17, No 3, (May-June 1987)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1987. Soft cover. Book, 144 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 Nguyet and still under her editorship. The cover story and most of the articles are about the National Museum ,Singapore with particular emphasis on its ceramics collection. Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back. As usual the Editor, Madame Tuyet Nguyet, provides a contextual editorial on the contents and personalities involved. Fine.
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Book number: 004011
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Art Illustrated Magazines Singapore National Museum Issue Trade Ceramics Glove Puppet Theatre Straits Chinese Bridal Chamber

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 17, No 4, (July-August 1987)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1987. Soft cover. Book, 144 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 Nguyet and still under her editoriship. This issue is devoted to the art of India and the Himalayas including Nepal and Tibet as well as Mongolia. An additional article is on Chinese Ting ware. Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back. As usual the Editor, Madame Tuyet Nguyet, provides a contextual editorial on the contents and personalities involved with much on Valrae Reynolds, Oriental Curator at the Newark Museum.. Fine.
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Book number: 004012
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Art Illustrated Magazines Bihar Vikramsila University Tibet Nepal Himalayan Art Valrae Reynolds

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 18, No 3, (May-June 1988)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1988. Soft cover. Book, 184 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 Nguyet and still under her editoriship. The cover story and theme of this issue is the new Charlotte C. and John C. Weber Galleries for the Arts of Ancient China at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In her editorial, Madame Tuyet Nguyet gives the background of how the collection was started in the early eighties as a cooperative effort between the Webers and the Museum. Other articles in the issue feature the Dilwara Temples at Mount Abu, Rajasthan; the artistic attractions at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, England; and the Manchu palaces and mausolea for Nurhachi and Abahai in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China. Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back. Fine.
James Hurley, BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 004015
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Illustrated Magazines Ancient Chinese Art Metropolitan Museum Weber Galleries

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 14, No 5 (September-October 1984)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1984. Soft cover. Book, 140pp, profusely illustrated with both monochrome and color images. 4to/30cm. Paper, light wear, internally fine. A high quality specialist mazazine started in 1971 by Madame Tuyet Nguyet and still under her editorship. Articles on Khmer monuments, ancient Ts'ung jade tubes, Indian Pahari embroidery, thanka painting and other by established authorities. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and collectors column sections at the back. Fine.
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Book number: 003537
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asia Art Illustrated Magazines Jade Pahari Embroidery Thanka Painting Sculpture Ceramic Khmer Architecture

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 18, No 5, (Sept-Oct 1988)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1988. Soft cover. Book, 176 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 Nguyet and still under her editoriship. The cover story and theme of this annual Japanese issue.is the Treasures of the Tokugawa Museum at Nagoya by British diplomat Sir John Figgess. Other articles cover Japanese screens, the Kobe City Museum, the Tohoku Ceramic Museum, and the temples of Shikoku Island, Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back. The Editor, Madame Tuyet Nguyet, in her always interesting editorial provides the contect of the issue's theme as well as chatty comment on various aspects of the international art scene. Fine.
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Book number: 004017
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Art Illustrated Magazines Annual Japanese Issue Tokugawa and Kobe City Museum Collections Tohoku Ceramics Shikoku Island

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 18, No 6, (November-December 1988)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1988. Soft cover. Book, 160 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 in charge. The cover story of this issue, Chinese Neolithic Ceramics from the Sze Hong Collection at the Denver Art Museum is by Julia M. White, Asian Art Curator. Other articles include Chinese Pewter tea wares, an exhibit at the Peking Palace Museum, Chinese and Bavarian glass snuff bottles, the Peimpathara Parabaik, the art of Ts'ui Tzu-fan and Behind the Scenes at the gallery of Gerald Godfrey, described by the Editor as :the East's leading art dealer". Each article is by an established authority. It also has book reviews, salesroom news and a collectors column section at the back with an always informative and entertaining Editorial by Madame Nguyet.. Fine.
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Book number: 004018
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Illustrated Magazines Ancient Chinese Art Metropolitan Museum Weber Galleries

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 19, No 1, (January-February 1989)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1989. Soft cover. Book, 160 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 of this issue is about the founding and then current status of the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art at the University of London. The widow of the founder, Lady David, who added a major gallery in 1983 provides the introductory article with 3 supplementary articles on the Foundation's monochrome wares and porcelains. Other articles include Hokusai's Hundred Views of Mt. Fuji and Images on Chinese Altars. Each article is by an established authority. 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.. Fine.
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Book number: 004019
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asian Art Illustrated Magazines Percival David Foundation of Chinese-Art History China University of London Volume 16-18 Index

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 19, No 4, (July-August 1989)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1989. Soft cover. Book, 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. Fine.
James Hurley, BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 004021
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asia Art Illustrated Magazines Indonesia Nias Island Culture Indonesian Archipelago Gold Jewelry Asian Crowns Peking Wood Block Prints

 
NGUYET, TUYET. EDITOR/PUBLISHER
Arts of Asia. Volume 14, No 4 (July-Aug 1984)
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia Publications. 1984. Soft cover. Book, 140pp, profusely illustrated with both monochrome and color images. 4to/30cm. Paper, light wear, internally fine. Continuance of a high quality specialist magazine founded in 1971 and still run by Madame Nguyet Tuyet. This one focuses on Nepalese art with a feature article and cover illustration on the Golden Temple of Nepal in Patan. Other articles are on the contemporary movement in Nepalese art, the city of Bhaktapur, a Rana Family album, wayside sculpture, cottage crafts, ethnic jewelry, and metal casting. It also has a book review, salesroom news and collectors column in the back. Fine.
James Hurley, BooksProfessional seller
Book number: 003536
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Catalogue: Asian Art
Keywords: Asia Art Illustrated Magazines Nepal Colonial Ivory Carving Painting Sculpture Primitive Wooden Arts Jw

 
ROSS, SIR E. DENISON
Eastern Art and Literature: With Special Reference to China, India, Arabia and Persia
London, Ernest Benn, Ltd. 1928. Soft cover. Book, Benn's Sixpenny Library. First Edition. 80pp, chapter headings include Chinese Culture, Indian Culture, Arabian Culture, Persian Culture, and How Eastern Literature was brought to the West. 16mo/16.5cm. Decorated printed wrappers, light soil and rubbing, paper tape concealing "Benn's Sixpenny Library No.3" on front panel (though it is repeated on half-title), underlining of two lines on one page only, otherwise internally fine. The booklet was based on lectures given on BBC though they have been considerably elaborated. Sir Denison Ross (1871-1940) C.I.E. Ph.D. eminent British orientalist, was then Director of the School of Oriental Studies in London. Fine.
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Book number: 002898
USD 14.66 [Appr.: EURO 13.25 | £UK 11.5 | JP¥ 1627]
Keywords: Asia India Persia Iran China Arabia Art and Literature Benn's Sixpenny Library Bbc Lectures Culture

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