Crown. 9.3 x 13.3", 429 pp., 116 color plates, 411 illustrations, appendix, index, cloth, d.j., New York, 1980. (o.p. chipped d.j. edges, text near fine). A reproduction of the 1896 10-volume study on ceramics of the orient, mainly China, based on the collection of the late W.T. Walters.
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Konemann. 10.7 x 12.5", 360 pp., over 200 color illustrations, cloth, d.j., Paris, 2000. The Orient is both the West's cultural constant and its longest-existing image of the "Other." The oriental motif is a recurring theme in western painting. From the Renaissance with its awakening interest in ancient cultures and...
Spink. 8.25 x 11.75", 44 pp., 37 color illustrations, paper, London, 1995. Exhibition of paintings from the work of British artists who travelled to the Orient, pioneered by David Roberts adn J. F. Lewis. Includes works by Edward Lear, Walter Gould, and Frederick Goodall.