Yiu Ceramics Bibliography

Bibliography on Chinese Ceramics, by Josh Yiu

(for Ming Studies Annual Meeting, March 2007)

1.  Ayers, John ed.  Chinese ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum Istanbul: A complete catalogue.  London: Philip Wilson, 1986

2.  Bai, Qianshen.  “The Irony of Copying the Elite: A Preliminary Study of the Poetry, Calligraphy and Painting on 17thcentury Jingdezhen Porcelain,” Oriental Art, Autumn 95, Vol. 41. 

3.  Butler, Michael et al.  Treasures from an unknown reign: Shunzhi porcelain 1644-1661.  Alexandria: Art Services International, 2002

4.  Ceramic finds from Jingdezhen kilns: 10-17th Century. Hong Kong: The Fung Ping Shan Museum, 1992.

5.  Cheng, Pei-kai, ed.  China westward: Bibliography and research guide: Chinese porcelain and East-West Maritime Trade, 12th to 15thC.  Hong Kong: Zhonghua shuju, 2005

6.  Chiu, Simon. “The history of tea and tea-making in China as recorded in texts, paintings and artefacts,” in Chinese ceramic tea vessels.  Hong Kong: Urban Council, 1990, 13-43

7.  Clunas, Craig.  “The West Chamber: A literary theme in Chinese porcelain decoration,” Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society (1981-82), 69-86

8.  Clunas, Craig.  “The cost of ceramics and the cost of collecting ceramics in the Ming period,” _Bulletin of the Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong,_vol. 8 (1986-88), 47-53

9.  Cort, Louise Allison and Stuart, Jan.  Joined Colors: Decoration and Meaning in Chinese Porcelain.  Hong Kong: Min Chiu Society, 1992

10.  Curtis, Julia.  Trade Taste & Transformation: Jingdezhen porcelain for Japan, 1620-1645.  New York: China Institute, 2006

11.  Ge Hua ed. Jingjiang fanwang yicui.  Shanghai: Renmin meishu chubanshe, 2000

12. The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware.  The Art of the Yixing potter: The K.S. Lo collection, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware.  Hong Kong: Urban Council, 1990

13. Harrison-Hall, Jessica.  Catalogue of late Yuan and Ming ceramics in the British Museum.  London: The British Museum Press, 2001

14. Hasebe, Gakuji and Fujioka, Ryoichi.  Ceramic art of the world—Ming dynasty.  Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1976

15. Imperial Porcelain of the Yongle and Xuande Periods: Excavate from the Site of the Ming Imperial Factory at Jingdezhen.  Hong Kong: Urban Council, 1989

16. Ho, Chuimei.  “Social life under the Mongols as seen in ceramics,” Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, vol. 59 (1994-95), 33-48

17. Ho, Chuimei and Bronson, Bennet, eds.  Special issue on 15th century Asian ceramics, in Taida journal of art history no. 7 (Sept 1999)

18. Jörg, C.J.A. and Campen, Jan van. Chinese ceramics in the collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: the Ming and Qing dynasties.  Amsterdam: Philip Wilson and the Rijksmuseum, 1997

19. Kerr, Rose and Ayers, John.  Blanc de Chine: Porcelain from Dehua._ _Chicago: Art Media Resources Ltd, 2002

20. Kerr, Rose and Wood, Nigel.  Science and civilization in China, vol. 5:12.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004

21. Krahl, Regina. “Longquan celadon of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties in the Topkapi Saray Museunm, Istanbul,”Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, vol. 49 (1984-1985), pp. 41-57.

22.  Oriental ceramics: the world’s great collections (12 vols).  New York and Tokyo: Kodansha international, 1981-

23. Laing, Ellen Johnston. “Chou Tan-Ch’uan is Chou Shih-Ch’en: A report on a Ming Dynasty potter, painter and entrepreneur,” Oriental art, vol. 21.3 (1975), 224-228

24. Lau, Christine. “Ceremonial monochrome wares of the Ming Dynasty,” in Scott, Rosemary, ed., The porcelains of Jingdezhen: colloquies on art and archaeology in Asia No. 16.  London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, 1994, 83-100

25. Li, Chu-tsing and Watt, James, ed.  The Chinese Scholar’s Studio: Artistic Life in the Late Ming Period.  New York: Thames and Hudson Inc., 1987

26. Liu, Xinyuan.  Imperial Hongwu and Yongle Porcelain Excavated at Jingdezhen.  Taipei: Chang Foundation, 1996.

27. Liu, Xinyuan.  Xuande Imperial Porcelain excavated at Jindezhen. Taipei: Chang Foundation, 1998

28. Liu Xinyuan.  “Amusing the emperor: The discovery of Xuande period cricket jars from the Ming imperial kilns,” in Orientations—Chinese ceramics 1982-1998, 346-361

29. Lu Minghua.  “Mingqing huangjia cizhi jiqi yanjiu,” in Shanghai bowuguan jikan vol. 5 (1990)

30. National Palace Museum.  Catalogue of the special exhibition of Ch’eng-hua porcelain ware.  Taipei, 2003

31. Sun Yan et al.  Zhongguo lidai taoci tiji.  Beijing: Beijing tushuguan, 1999

32. Xie Mingliang ed.  Zhongguo taici shi—lunwen suoyin 1900-1994.  Taipei: Rock Publishing International, 1998

33. Wang, Qingzheng.  A dictionary of Chinese ceramics.  Singapore: Sun Tree Publishing Ltd, 2002

34. Wilson, Ming.  Rare marks on Chinese ceramics.  London: The School of Oriental and African Studies in association with the Victoria & Albert Museum, 1998

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