porcelain from the vung tau wreck the hallstrom excavation

Download Book Porcelain From The Vung Tau Wreck The Hallstrom Excavation in PDF format. You can Read Online Porcelain From The Vung Tau Wreck The Hallstrom Excavation here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Porcelain From The Vung Tau Wreck

Author : C. J. A. Jörg
ISBN : UOM:39015063675212
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 87. 50 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 943
Read : 1107

Download Now


This book provides research in the art historical context of the Sino-Dutch trade in the 17th century and examines the porcelain in two groups, underglaze blue Jingdezhen wares and Southern provincial wares.

Southeast Asian Ceramics

Author : John N. Miksic
ISBN : 9789814260138
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 20. 78 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 357
Read : 772

Download Now


Southeast Asia is known to many as a region teeming with tourist destinations, economic opportunities and ex-colonies, but a lesser known facet is its colourful and myriad cultures in which ceramics form an integral part of the social fabric. Focusing primarily on the Classical Period (8001500 CE), this book views ancient Southeast Asian culture through the lens of ceramic production and trade, influenced but not completely overshadowed by its powerful neighbour, China. In this landmark publication, which accompanied the exhibition of the same name, noted archaeologist and scholar John N. Miksic constructs a vivid picture of the development of Southeast Asias unique ceramics. Along with three contributing authors Pamela M.Watkins, Dawn F. Rooney and Michael Flecker he summarizes the fruits of their research over the last forty years, beginning in Singapore with the founding of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (SEACS) in 1969. The result is a comprehensive and insightful overview of the technology, aesthetics and organization, both economic and political, of seemingly diverse territories in pre-colonial Southeast Asia. It is essential reading for all those with an interest in the economic history of the region, and also for anyone who seeks a better understanding of the brilliant but too often underestimated material culture of Southeast Asia.

The Pilgrim Art

Author : Robert Finlay
ISBN : 9780520945388
Genre : History
File Size : 72. 84 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 764
Read : 542

Download Now


Illuminating one thousand years of history, The Pilgrim Art explores the remarkable cultural influence of Chinese porcelain around the globe. Cobalt ore was shipped from Persia to China in the fourteenth century, where it was used to decorate porcelain for Muslims in Southeast Asia, India, Persia, and Iraq. Spanish galleons delivered porcelain to Peru and Mexico while aristocrats in Europe ordered tableware from Canton. The book tells the fascinating story of how porcelain became a vehicle for the transmission and assimilation of artistic symbols, themes, and designs across vast distances—from Japan and Java to Egypt and England. It not only illustrates how porcelain influenced local artistic traditions but also shows how it became deeply intertwined with religion, economics, politics, and social identity. Bringing together many strands of history in an engaging narrative studded with fascinating vignettes, this is a history of cross-cultural exchange focused on an exceptional commodity that illuminates the emergence of what is arguably the first genuinely global culture.

Treasured Possessions

Author : Victoria Avery
ISBN : 9781781300336
Genre : Decorative arts
File Size : 48. 78 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 404
Read : 322

Download Now


This book explores the significance of beautiful and engaging objects – chosen, acquired, personalised and treasured – to the people who once owned them. With over 300 works discussed, it takes us on a dazzling visual adventure through the decorative arts, from Renaissance luxuries wrought in glass, bronze and maiolica to the elaborate tablewares and personal adornments available to shoppers in the Age of Enlightenment. En route the authors consider the impact of global trade on European habits and expectations: the glamour of the Eastern exotic, the ubiquity of New World products like chocolate and sugar, and the obsession with Chinoiserie decoration. They ask what decorative objects meant to their owners before the age of industrial mass production, and explore how technological innovation and the proliferation of goods from the sixteenth century onwards transformed the attitude of Europeans to their personal possessions. Illustrated throughout with superb colour photographs, many unfamiliar and hitherto unseen gems of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s Applied Arts collection are here published for the first time.

Avoiding The Dire Straits

Author : Mathieu Torck
ISBN : 3447058722
Genre : History
File Size : 60. 22 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 383
Read : 1210

Download Now


Scurvy is known to be one of the most gruesome pathological phenomena that, in the course of centuries, has made innumerable victims. Long distance seafaring operations, war zones, prisons and crop failures all created breeding grounds for the vitamin C defi ciency disease, which was commonly characterized by swelling and bleeding gums and internal haemorraghes in the limbs. While the history of scurvy is rather well-known from a Western perspective, the higher proneness to scurvy of Asian peoples in comparison to Europeans, Polynesians and other peoples, as proven in recent biochemical studies, compelled to broaden that horizon and look for scurvy in China and beyond. The purpose of this book is to trace the history of the disease in China, Japan and Southeast Asia and to highlight the ways in which peoples from these regions in pre-modern and early modern times dealt with provisioning in their seafaring and military enterprises. This cross-cultural quest for scurvy and food supplies, involving such areas as maritime and military history and the medical traditions from East and West, is ultimately meant as an attempt to elucidate whether historical sources can confirm the biochemical findings.

Historical Archaeology In South Africa

Author : Carmel Schrire
ISBN : 9781598741643
Genre : History
File Size : 80. 45 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 550
Read : 832

Download Now


Supplemental CD-ROM contents: Includes a video reconstruction plus a comprehensive catalogue and colour illustrations of the artifacts in the corpus.

The Archaeological Excavation Of The 10th Century

Author : Michael Flecker
ISBN : UOM:39015055599990
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 25. 60 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 965
Read : 158

Download Now



Author : 鄭培凱
ISBN : 9628885499
Genre : Porcelain, Chinese
File Size : 50. 11 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 141
Read : 377

Download Now



Transactions Of The Oriental Ceramic Society

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022892645
Genre : Ceramics
File Size : 65. 36 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 541
Read : 1107

Download Now



Made In China

Author : Ronald W. Fuchs
ISBN : UOM:39015060614032
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 85. 15 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 615
Read : 1051

Download Now


This sumptuous volume accompanies a traveling exhibition of the same name that opens at Winterthur in February 2005. The full-color volume highlights 117 exquisite export porcelain objects from the extensive Leo and Doris Hodroff Collection at Winterthur. Authors Ron Fuchs and David Howard ground their presentation with an introductory overview of the manufacture of porcelain, the history of the china trade, and the importance of export porcelain in European and American history and material culture. Individual entries are grouped according to function: dining wares, drinking wares, household and personal utensils, and decorative wares. Each grouping is preceded by a short essay that places the objects within a historic context. An illustrated appendix addresses the coats of arms found on many of the objects, and an extensive bibliography offers supplementary readings.

Top Download:

Best Books