Reference: ART400546

"Brawer, C.C. Chinese Export Porcelain from the Ethel (Mrs. Julius) Liebman and Arthur L. Liebman Porcelain Collection Donated to the Elvehjem Museum by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cleaver. Madison: Elvehjem Museum of Art, 1992. First edition. 158 Pages, 7 colour and 124 black and white plates. Collected since the first half of the 20th century, the entire Liebman collection consists of approx. 600 pieces. This catalogue illustrates the finest pieces of Chinese export porcelain in the collection made for the European and American market in the 18th century.; Carswell, John Chinese Ceramics in the Sadberk Hanim Museum. Istanbul: Vehbi Koc Foundation, 1995. First Edition. 146 pages, text in English. Profusely illustrated with full colour images. An overview of the porcelain found in the Sadberk Hanim Museum in Istanbul. The late Mrs. Sadberk Koc was a passionate collector of Chinese porcelains, and it is her collection that founded the museum. In time, purchases and donations added to the already wonderful collection. It is now one of Istanbul's most wonderful and important privately owned museums. The images in this book are very good, bright and are accompanied by explanatory texts; Shimizu, Christine l'Odyssee De La Porcelaine Chinoise.Paris: Reunion Des Musees Nationaux, 2003. First Edition. 256 Pages. Profusely illustrated in colour throughout. French text. A fine exhibition catalogue of Chinese export porcelains mainly from the Kangxi reign (1662 - 1722) held at the museum in Sevres, France.; Jorg, Chr. Chinese Export Porcelain - Chine de Commande from the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels. Hong Kong: Flagstaff House Museum of Tea, 1989. First Edition. 304 Pages, fully illustrated in colour. English and Chinese text. Important and scarce reference on Chinese export porcelains in the Brussels Museum Collections exhibited in Hong Kong in 1989.; Strober, Dr. Eva La Maladie De Porcelaine. Berlin: Edition Leipzig, 2001. First Edition. 224 pages. Over 100 full colour photographs of 100 masterpieces of Chinese and Japanese porcelain collected by August the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland (1670 - 1733), whose passion for collecting created the basis of Dresden's Art Collections. ; Ayers, John The Chinese Porcelain Collection of Marie Vergottis. Lausanne: Fondation Georges et Marie Vergottis, 2004. First edition. 222 Pages, more than 200 colour plates, map, glossary, bibliography, chronology, text in French and English. The fascinating collection of porcelain by Marie Vergottis is revealed through a beautiful selection of more than 200 pieces. They include celadon, Ming Tomb Figures, Ming Imperial Porcelains, Blanc de Chine Porcelains, Blue-and-White Porcelains of the Late Ming and Qing Dynasties, Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty Decorated in Coloured Enamels of the ''Famille Verte'', Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty Decorated in ''Famille Verte'' Enamels on the Biscuit, Yellow and Green-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty, Coral-Red-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty, White-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty, Turquoise-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty, Purple-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty, Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty of the ''Famille Rose'', Blue-Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty and Copper-and-Red Glazed Porcelains of the Qing Dynasty.; Sargent, William R. The Copeland Collection - Chinese and Japanese Ceramic Figures. Salem: Peabody Museum, 1991. First Edition. 288 pages, 136 colour and 35 b/w illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index. A remarkable collection of 17th and 18th century Chinese and Japanese ceramic figures for export to the West.; Jorg, C. Oosters Porselein / Oriental Porcelain in the Boymans-Van Beuningen Collection. Rotterdam: Boymans-Van Beuningen, 1995. Limited. 127 pages, fully illustrated in colour. Text in English and Dutch. A wonderful exhibition catalogue of the Oriental porcelain collection of the Boymans-Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam. Limited to 1250 copies.; Jorg, C., Et al. The History of Collecting Oriental Ceramics in East and West. Amsterdam: Vormen Uit Vuur - Staatsdrukkerij, 2005. First Edition. This wonderful English publication provides the proceedings of the Symposium in the Groninger Museum held on 13 & 14 November 2003. 128 Pages, Richly illustrated in colour. English text with Dutch summary. The subjects discussed are as follows: Jorg, Christiaan J.A. - Foreword in 'History of collecting Oriental Ceramics in East and West', 191/192 (2005/2): p. 3 Scott, Rosemary E. - Ceramics in the Chinese Imperial Collections, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 5-14 Curtis, Julia B. - 'The Mouse of the Great Void' Speaks: Random Thoughts on Patterns of Collecting among the Ming and Early Qing Gentry, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 15-28 Nishida, Hiroko - Collecting Chinese Ceramics in Japan, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 29-37 Krahl, Regina - China Ships and Porcelain Rooms: Collecting Chinese Ceramics in the Middle East, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 38-47 Strober, Eva - Representation and Taste in Baroque Court Culture: the Porcelain Collection of Augustus the Strong, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 48-57 Sargent, William R. - '... it is proposed to make a Cabinet': Building the Asian Export Ceramic Collection of the Peabody Essex Museum, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 58-67 Campen, Jan van - The Rijksmuseum and the Collecting of Chinese Ceramics in the Nineteenth Century, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 68-79 Impey, Oliver R. - The Collecting of Japanese Art in Britain in the Twentieth Century, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 80-86 Green, Judith - Ancient China/Modern Art, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 87-99 Kerr, Rose - Bernard Rackham: A Life in Ceramics, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 100-106 Jorg, Christiaan J.A. - From the Past to the Future, 191/192 (2005/2): pp. 107-111."