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    Yanyong Manoopol,Dawn F. Rooney,Hiroshi Fujiwara
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The Kamratan Collection is one of the few private collections of Khmer wares in Asia, and is one of the finest collections in the world

The Kamratan Collection is one of the few private collections of Khmer wares in Asia, and is one of the finest collections in the world. 138 pieces of this magnificent collection are illustrated in this book, which is derived from the catalog published by the Toyama Museum of Fine Art where the collection was exhibited in 1989

pp. xviIII 147 col. illus. 29 bl. and wh.

pp. Singapore et. Oxford University Press. Recommend this journal. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection in the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Kyoto

Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection in the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Kyoto. Introduction by Dawn F. Rooney. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1990. Green, Jeremy and Rosemary Harper. The Maritime Archaeology of Shipwrecks and Ceramics in Southeast Asia. SouthEast Asian Ceramics: Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer: From the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1995. Rooney, Dawn F. Uses of Khmer Ceramics. Khmer Ceramics: 9th–14th Century.

Khmer ceramics from the Kamratāṅ collection in the Southeast Asia Ceramics Museum, Kyoto. By FujiwaraHiroshi, introduction by Dawn F. illustrated by Yanyong Manoopol. pp.

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found in the catalog Fujiwara, Hiroshi Close. Art collections, Catalogs, Khmer Pottery, Pottery, Private collections, Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (Kyoto, Japan). Hiroshi Fujiwara (1926-).

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The Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum is a history museum in Bangkok University, Pathum Thani, Thailand, displaying Southeast Asian ceramics. The museum opened to the public on 11 May 2005. Princess Maha Chaki Sirindhorn presided over the official inauguration of the museum on 20 November 2009. It exhibits ancient ceramic production in Thailand and other Asian ceramics. This includes around 500 ceramic pieces selected from a permanent collection of about 15,000 objects

Turiang: A Fourteenth-Century Shipqwreck in Southeast Asian Water by. .

Turiang: A Fourteenth-Century Shipqwreck in Southeast Asian Water by Roxanna Brown & Sten Sjostrand. This catalogue is published in conjunction with the exhibition "To Weave for the Sun: Andean Textiles in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," August 7 - November. To Weave for the Sun: Andean Textiles in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston by Rebecca Stone-Miller. Asian Art. By Hiroshi Fujiwara.

Overshadowed by the monumental architecture, the superb sculpture, and the fine bronzes of the Khmer civilization, Khmer ceramic ware received scant attention until recently; and even now they are probably the least well known of the ceramics of South-East Asia. The Kamratan Collection is one of the few private collections of Khmer wares in Asia, and is one of the finest collections in the world. 138 pieces of this magnificent collection are illustrated in this book, which is derived from the catalog published by the Toyama Museum of Fine Art where the collection was exhibited in 1989. Including a note by Hiroshi Fujiwara on how he developed his collection, and an Introduction by Dawn F. Ribey, which examines the types, technology, characteristics, and shapes of Khmer wares, Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection provides a complete overview of ceramics created between the ninth and thirteenth centuries.