The Meaning of China's Most Ancient Art: An Interpretation of Pottery Patterns From Kansu (Ma Ch'ang and Pan-shan) and Their Development in the Shang, Chou and Han Periods

Brill Academic Publishers. 6.4 x 9.8", xii, 150 pp., 8 plates, numerous figure drawings, appendixes, bibliography, index, cloth, Leiden, 1952. (o.p.; gilt lettering spine/front cover, inked over name front endpaper). Item #6926

Study of neolithic pottery design from Gansu.

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