Earthenware/Celadon - Handbook Of Korean Art Vol.2
Product Descriptionby Youngsook Pak, Roderick Whitfield
size: 170*130mm; 280 pages. publisher: Yekyong, 2002.
About this book
Anglophone Koreaphiles have long been hunting for something substantial about Korean celadon (ch'ongja) and earthenware (t'ogi). When the world thinks of Korean art, it is usually Koryo and Choson period celadon that comes to mind, and yet until now, non-academics have had little more than tourist pamphlets to guide them. The first in a five-volume series on Korean art, "Earthenware and Celadon - Handbook Of Korean Art" answers this need. While certainly not exhaustive, it will not be surpassed for years to come. Complete with ample pictures as well as descriptions of techniques, kiln sites in the country, a glossary, pattern catalogue, and more.
Table of contents
T'ogi : Earthenware
Series: Earthenware and Celadon - Korean Art Book (Japanese Edition)
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