INCLUDES BROCHURE AND INVITATION FOR THE OPENNING ON 14 MARCH 1997. Catalogue from the exhibition of Ceramic Finds from Henan held at the Fung Ping Shan Building of the University Museum and Art Gallery, the University of Hong Kong from the 15.03.1997 to the 24.05.1998 jointly present by The University Museum and Art Gallery & Henan Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology.
Henan nestles in the very heart of China in the middle of the Yellow River, the cradle of Chinese civilisation. Particularly remarkable among the cultural legacies in Henan are the splendid ancient ceramics produced by local kilns. The exhibition "Ceramic Finds from Henan", features 99 items of excavated ceramics from Henan Institute of Cultural Relics & Archeology and the Yuzhou Museum. Representative pieces include celadon jars with dish-shaped mouth dated to the Northern Qi dynasty; a covered pagoda-shaped jar with sancai decoration, a warrier with painted decoration of the Tang dynasty; white-glazed tea-bowl stands of the Five Dynasties as well as vases, tea-bowl stands, dishes, bowls and brush washers produced by the famous Ru and Jun kilns during the Northern Song dynasty.
Published by University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1997
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