- Author:Elizabeth Childs-Johnson
- Publisher:Turner (July 1, 2002)
- Pages:178 pages
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Enduring Art of Jade . .by Elizabeth Childs-Johnson. Each volume is beautifully illustrated with color plates showcasing Neolithic, Shang, and Zhou jades recently exhibited at New York's Throckmorton Fine Art.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Enduring Art of Jade Age China: Chinese. Publisher: Throckmorton Fine Art, New York. Publication Date: 2001. Mullen Books maintains a very active computerized inventory which grows by 2-300 titles per week.
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Chinese Jades of Late Neolithic Through Han Periods. Published July 2002 by University of Hawaii Press. There's no description for this book yet.
Childs-Johnson, Elizabeth. This book is required reading for the serious student of Chinese jade. Particularly strong in archaic jades. ENDURING ART of JADE AGE CHINA, CHINESE JADES of LATE NEOLITHIC THROUGH HAN PERIODS. Throckmorton Fine Art, 2001. 146 pp, 50 items illus in color plates + add’l b/w illus.
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Analysis of the Chinese dragon primarily from the Hongshan Jade Age Culture of Neolithic period China through the Bronze Age. Two prominent interpretations preside: a fetal curling form and a serpentine form.
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Symbolic Jades of the Erlitou Period: A Xia Royal Tradition Author(s): Elizabeth Childs-Johnson . the Xia, allegedly China's earliest historical tool types.
the Xia, allegedly China's earliest historical tool types. Longshan period jades of Shandong include for period, dating to ca. 2100?1700 bce. Due to the lack of any mally designed blades, some of which are directly related extant written documents from this period historians have to Erlitou period jade-working.
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Late Neolithic period, early bronze age, ca BCE. The most striking feature of this roughly rectangular shaped jade axe is the multicolored type of jade out of which the object has been carved. Late Neolithic period, early Bronze Age, BCçŽ‰æ‰æ–§ - é’é. ™¨æ-¶ä.