Relics of Ancient China from the Collection of Dr Paul Singer (Asia Social Reprint Collection) e-book
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Relics of Ancient China from the Collection.
Bibliographic Details. Publisher: The Asia Society, Inc. Distributed by Harry N. Abrams, New York. Publication Date: 1965. In addition, we maintain a beguiling selection of original works of art and photography. Eric Chaim Kline provides appraisal services for estate, insurance and tax purposes, often helping to match book donors with libraries and museums.
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December 14, 2009 History. Catalogue of an exhibition. shown in the Asia House Gallery early in 1965. Reprint of the ed. published by The Society, New York. The Asia Society collection.
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Max Loehr, Relics of Ancient China from the Collection of Dr. Paul Singer (New York, 1965)
Max Loehr, Relics of Ancient China from the Collection of Dr. Paul Singer (New York, 1965). Henry A. La Farge, Archetypical China, Art News 63, no. 10 (February 1965), pp. 32–35. Thomas Lawton, e. New Perspectives on Chu Culture during the Eastern Zhou Period (Washington, DC, 1991). Thomas Lawton, Paul Singer, A Sage Among Collectors, Orientations 31, no. 5 (May 2000), pp. 35–42.
Paul Singer, a psychiatrist who became a leading collector of Asian art . Part of the Singer collection was shown at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery a. .
Paul Singer, a psychiatrist who became a leading collector of Asian art, died on Jan. 19 at the Glenside Nursing Home in New Providence, . He was 92. The art objects amassed by Dr. Singer were displayed in museums and galleries around the country. His art was also in the exhibition ''Relics of Ancient China'' at Asia House in 1965. Sackler Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in 1990. The gallery also held a symposium in honor of Dr. Singer's 85th birthday. He served as senior consultant to the Far Eastern Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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