Title: Four thousand years of China's art
Publisher: Ronald Press Co
Publication Date: 1951
Book Condition: Fine
Publisher: Ronald Press Date of Publication: 1951 Binding: hardcover Edition: Revised Edition Condition: Fine Description: Previous owner's name on front fly crossed over by black marker. No other markings in book. Lower rear corner bumped. Dustjacket has a 1" closed on on front and a couple of nicks on top spine. Folded and included is a large folded chart titled "China's Cultural Development" by Shao Chang Lee, Professor and Head, Department of Foreign Studies, Michigan State College. It measures 25" x 38". Copyright on this foldout is 1952. Foldout is fine condition with slight yellowing at folds. 260 photographs and illustrations, 2 maps. Profuse illustrations, collected from museums and galleries all over the world and including reproductions of some of the oldest and most rare masterpieces, trace the development of these various branches of art from their earliest origins to the present. Bookseller Inventory # 000247
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