Ars Orientalis: This Volume is dedicated to the memomy of Rutherford John Gettens Volume XI 1979
Ars Orientalis. 9 x 12", xii, 328 pp., b/w frontis of Rutherford John Gettens (1900-1974), b/w plates, b/w figures, footnotes, cloth, Ann Arbor, 1979. (fine). Item #18409
Contents: Foreword, Abstracts Pigments Used in Japanese Painting from the Protohistoric Period through the 19th Century by Kazuo Yamasaki and Yoshimichi Emoto The Scroll Painting by Kenzo Toishi A Pigment Census of Japanese Ukiyo-e Paintings in the Freer Gallery of Art by Elisabeth West FitzHugh Urushi and Conservation: The Use of Japanese Lacquer in the Restoration of Japanese Art by Steven Weintraub, Kanya Tsujimoto and Sadae Walters Notes on the Uses of Cobalt in Later Chinese Ceramics by James C.Y. Watt Lead Isotopes in Some Japanese and Chinese Glasses by Robert H. Brill, Kazuo Yamasaki, I. Lynus Barnes, K.J.R. Rosman, and Migdalia Diaz The Provenance of Early Islamic Lustre Wares by Jay D. Frierman, Frank Asaro, and Helen V. Michel Decor Replication in Two Late Chou Bronze Chien by Barbara W. Keyser Techniques of Silversmithing in the Hormizd II Plate by Donald F. Gibbons, Katharine C. Ruhl and Dorothy G. Shepherd The Metallurgical Technique of the Silver 'Plate with Figures', Gupta Period by Donald F. Gibbons and Katharine C. Ruhl Gravimetric and Spectrographic Analysis of Some Ancient Chinese Copper Alloys by Earle R. Caley, In Soon Moon Chang and Nilufer Paranyi Woods Non-destructive X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Ancient Bronze Mirros Excavated in Japan by Masaaki Sawada Early Chinese Black Mirrors and Pattern-etched Weapons by W.T. Chase and Ursula Martius Franklin Studies on the Iron Blade of a Shang Dynasty Bronze Yueh-axe Unearthed at Kao-ch'eng, Hopei, China by Li Chung The Techniques of the Japanese Tsuba-maker by Elaine I. Savage and Cyril Stanley Smith.
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