Asian Art Reference Books Library of Yukman Lai Online Auction

June 16, 2016

LOT 396

Lot 396

Eight Asian Art Reference Books

Eight Asian Art Reference Books
Lot 396 Details
Eight Asian Art Reference Books

Comprising: “The Ceramic Art of China & Other Countries of the Far East”, William Bowyer Honey, Beechhurst Press, 1954; “Damascus: Hidden Treasures of the Old City’, Brigid Keenan, Thames & Hudson, 2000; “Treasures of Ancient China”, Tokyo National Museum, Asahi Shimbun, 2000 (written in Japanese); “Indian Temples and Palaces”, Michael Edwardes, Hamlyn Publishing, 1969; “An Introduction to Chinese Art”, Michael Sullivan, Faber and Faber, 1961; “The Gardens of Mughul India”, Sylvia Crowe and Sheila Haywood, Thames & Hudson, 1972; “Early Russian Painting in the Hermitage Collection”, A. Kostsova, Iskusstvo, 1992; and one Russian art reference book (in Russian)

Estimate $200-$300

Realised: $120
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?


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LOT 396

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