Bibliography On Silkroad - Arts


Author:        Andrews, Fred H. (Fred Henry)
Title:         Wall paintings from ancient shrines in Central Asia /
                  recovered by Sir Aurel Stein ; described by Fred H.
Published:     New Delhi, India : Cosmo, 1983.
Description:   2 v. : ill. (some col.), 1 folded map ; 49 cm.
LC Call No.:   ND2848 .A54 1983
Dewey No.:     955/.943/09514 19
ISBN:          Rs2500.00
Notes:         Vol. 1: Text, introduction; v. 2: Plates.
               Reprint. Originally published: London : Oxford
                  University Press, 1948.
               Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Mural painting and decoration, Buddhist -- China --
                  Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region -- Catalogs.
               Mural painting and decoration -- China -- Sinkiang
                  Uighur Autonomous Region -- Catalogs.
               Mural painting and decoration, Buddhist -- China --
                  Kansu Province -- Catalogs.
               Mural painting and decoration -- China -- Kansu
                  Province -- Catalogs.
Other authors: Stein, Aurel, Sir, 1862-1943.
Call Numbers:  WSON1 ND2848 .A56++ 05/20/87 C

Author:        Azarpay, Guitty.
Title:         Sogdian Painting : The pictoral epic in Oriental art
Published:     Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1981
Description:   xxii, 212 p., [16] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
ISBN:          0520037650
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Mural painting and decoration, Sogdian.
               Transoxiana -- Antiquities.
Call Numbers:  ND2578.3 .A9

Author:        Bhattacharya, Chhaya, 1941-
Title:         Art of central Asia, with special reference to wooden
                  objects from the Northern Silk Route / Chhaya
Published:     Delhi : Agam Prakashan, 1977.
Description:   viii, 160 p., 31 leaves of plates : ill., map ; 29 cm.
LC Call No.:   N7291 .B48 1977
Dewey No.:     730/.0958
ISBN:          Rs200.00 ($40.00 U.S.)
Notes:         A revision of the author's thesis, Freie Universitat,
                  Berlin, 1975.
               Bibliography: p. [149]-152.
               Includes index.
Subjects:      Art, Central Asian -- Catalogs.
               Art, Ancient -- Asia, Central -- Catalogs.
               Asia, Central -- Antiquities -- Catalogs.

Author:        Bussagli, Mario.
Title:         Indica et serindica : scritti di storia dell'arte
                  dell'India e dell'Asia centrale / Mario Bussagli ;
                  scelti e ordinati da B.M. Alfieri ... <et al.>.
Published:     Roma : Bardi, 1992.
Description:   xii, 456 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series:        Studi orientali / Universita di Roma "La Sapienza,"
                  Dipartimento di studi orientali ; v. 11
LC Call No.:   N7307.G3 B87 1992
Notes:         Chiefly in Italian; some contributions in English and
               Includes bibliographical references (p. <ix>-xii).
Subjects:      Art, Gandhara.
               Art, Kushan.
               Art, Central Asian -- Foreign influences.
Other authors: Alfieri, Bianca Maria.
Series Entry:  Studi orientali ; -- v. 11.
Call Numbers:  SASIA 069507121 01/01/01 N 4460

Author:        Bussagli, Mario.
Title:         Central Asian painting / text by Mario Bussagli ;
                  <translated from the Italian by Lothian Small>.
Published:     Geneva : Skira ; New York : Rizzoli, 1979.
Description:   135 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 28 cm.
Series:        Treasures of Asia
ISBN:          0847801985
Notes:         1963 ed. has title: Painting of Central Asia.
               Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 127-128.
Subjects:      Painting -- Asia, Central.
               Painting, Asiatic.
Other authors: Bussagli, Mario. Painting of Central Asia.
Series Entry:  Treasures of Asia
Call Numbers:  FINE ND991 .B98 1979 01/01/01 N

Author:        Bussagli, Mario.
Title:         Arte del Gandhara.
Published:     <Firenze> : Sadea/Sansoni, <c1965>
Description:   <7> p. : ill., 30 col. plates : ill. ; 35 cm.
Series:        Forma e colore ; 20
Notes:         Bibliography: p. <7>.
Subjects:      Sculpture, Indic.
               Art, Buddhist -- Pakistan -- Peshawar District.
Series Entry:  Forma e colore ; -- 20.
Call Numbers:  saso2 NB1007.P4 B98++

Author:        Bussagli, Mario.
Title:         Painting of Central Asia. <Translated from the Italian
                  by Lothian Small.
Published:     Geneva> Skira; <distributed in U. S. by World Pub.
                  Co., 1963>
Description:   135 p. mounted illus. (part col.) map. 29 cm.
Series:        Treasures of Asia ; v. 6
LC Call No.:   ND991 .B813
Dewey No.:     759.939
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 127-128.
Subjects:      Painting -- Asia, Central -- History.
               Painting, Asiatic.
Series Entry:  Treasures of Asia ; -- v. 6
Call Numbers:  URIS ND991 .B98+ 1963 11/28/89 N

Author:        De Silva, Anil.
Uniform Title: Chinesische Landschaftsmalerei. English
Title:         The art of Chinese landscape painting; in the caves of
                  Tun-huang. Photos by Dominique Darbois.
Published:     New York, Crown Publishers <1967>
Description:   240 p. illus. (part col.), map. 24 cm.
Series:        Art of the world; non-European cultures; the
                  historical, sociological, and religious backgrounds
Notes:         Translation of: Chinesische Landschaftsmalerei.
               Bibliography: p. 225-228.
               German ed. published by Holle Verlag, Baden-Baden,
                  Germany, 1964.
Subjects:      Landscape painting, Chinese.
               Tun-huang hsien (China)
Series Entry:  Art of the world, non-European cultures.
Call Numbers:  wson1 ND2850.T8 D46 1967

Author:        Fussman, G. and D. Koenig
Title:         Die Felsbildstation Shatial
Published:     Mainz:  Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1997
Description:   427 pages and 136 plates, hb., price less than 200 DM.
Subjects:      Rock Art, Buddhism, Archaeology South Asia, Iranian
	       Epigraphy, Indian Epigraphy, Onomastics.
Series Titles: (Materialien zur Archaeologie der Nordgebiete Pakistans 2)
Other Names:   O. von Hinueber, Th.O. Hoellmann, K. Jettmar, N. Sims-Williams,
	       M. Bemmann
Notes:         The second volume of "Materialien zur Archaeologie der
	       Nordgebiete Pakistans" deals with the petroglyph site
	       Shatial, 60 kilomters west of Chilas in the upper Indus
	       Valley of Pakistan.  As manifested in the rock carvings
	       this place was a traffic junction where, during the
	       first centuries AD, influences from Central and South
	       Asia met. The most remarkable feature of this site is
	       the unique concentration of more than 550 Sogdian
	       inscriptions.  Besides these, there are more than 400
	       inscriptions in Brahmi and many representations of
	       stupas of particular quality. Some of the other
	       engravings like tamgas, fire altars and animal drawings,
	       and refer to the Sogdians; a lot of other carvings show
	       other cultural influences.
ISBN:          3-8053-2027-2

Author:	       Goldman, Bernard, 1922-
Title:	       The ancient arts of Western and Central Asia : a guide to the
Edition:       1st ed.
Published:     Ames : Iowa State University Press, 1991.
Description:   ix, 303 p. ; 26 cm.
Notes:         Includes indexes.
Subjects:      Art, Ancient--Middle East--Bibliography.
	       Art--Middle East--Bibliography.
	       Art, Ancient--Asia, Central--Bibliography.
	       Art, Central Asian--Bibliography.
ISBN:          081380597X (acid-free paper)
LCCN:	       Z5961.M58 G65 1991 (ALTERNATE CLASS N5345)
Dewey Dec.:    016.7/0939/4 20
Geog. Code:    aw----- ac-----

Author:        Gray, Basil, 1904-
Title:         Buddhist cave paintings at Tun-huang / by Basil Gray ;
                  photographs by J.B. Vincent ; with a preface by
                  Arthur Waley.
Published:     London : Faber and Faber, 1959.
Description:   86 p., 70 p. of plates : ill. (24 col.) ; 29 cm.
Notes:         "This book is based upon the photographs taken by Mr.
                  and Mrs. John B. Vincent in 1948"--Introd.
               Bibliography: p. 79-83.
Subjects:      Mural painting and decoration -- China -- Tun-huang
               Art, Buddhist -- China -- Tun-huang hsien.
               Cave temples, Buddhist -- China -- Tun-huang hsien.
               Tun-huang hsien (China) -- Antiquities.
               China -- Antiquities
Other authors: Vincent, John B.
               Vincent, Irene Vongehr.
Call Numbers:  WSON1 ND2850.T8 G77+ 1959 05/02/85 C

Author:        Hartel, Herbert.
Title:         Along the ancient silk routes : Central Asian art from the West
	       Berlin State Museums : an exhibition lent by the Museum fur
	       Indische Kunst, Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz,
	       Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany.
Published:     New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art, [1982?]
Description:   223 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
ISBN:  	       0870993003 (pbk.)
	       0810918005 (Abrams : hard)
DEWEY DEC.:    709/.58/07401471 19
LCCN:  	       82-80801 r95
Notes:         Catalog by Herbert Hartel and Marianne Yaldiz, with
	       contributions by Raoul Birnbaum, Martin Lerner and Willibald
	       Veit.  Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the
	       Metropolitan Museum of Art, Apr. 3-June 30, 1982.  Bibliography:
	       p. 221-223.
Subjects:      Museum fur Indische Kunst (Germany)--Exhibitions.
	       Art, Buddhist--Asia, Central--Exhibitions.
	       Art, Ancient--Asia, Central--Exhibitions.
	       Art, Central Asian--Exhibitions.
Other titles:  Yaldiz, Marianne.
	       Museum fur Indische Kunst (Germany)
	       Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Geog. Code:    fc----- e-gw---

Author:        Haslund-Christensen, Henning, 1896-1948, comp.
Title:         The music of the Mongols ...
Published:     Stockholm <Tryckeri aktiebolaget Thule> 1943-
Description:   v. mounted col. front., illus. (incl. music) plates,
                  port., fold. map. 29 x 24 cm.
Series:        Reports from the Scientific Expedition to the
                  North-Western Provinces of China under the
                  leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin, the Sino-Swedish
                  Expedition ; publication 21. VIII, Ethnography ; 4
LC Call No.:   ML330 .H35
Dewey No.:     781.7517
Notes:         Mongol songs, collected by Henning
                  Haslund-Christensen, part of which have words in
                  Mongolian with English translations.  Edited by
                  Gosta Montell.  cf. Pref.
               Bibliographical foot-notes.
               pt. 1. Eastern Mongolia.  On the trail of ancient
                  Mongol tunes, by Henning Haslund-Christensen.
                  Specimens of Mongolian poetry, translated by K.
                  Gronbech.  Preliminary remarks on the Mongolian
                  music and instruments, by Ernest Emsheimer.  Music
                  of eastern Mongolia, collected by H.
                  Haslund-Christensen, noted down by Ernest
Subjects:      Music -- Mongolia.
               Musical instruments -- Mongolia.
               Musical instruments, Primitive.
               Folk music -- Mongolia.
               Mongolian language -- Texts.
Other authors: Montell, Gosta, 1899- ed.
               Gronbech, Kaare, 1901-1957. tr.
               Emsheimer, Ernst.
Series Entry:  Reports from the Scientific Expedition to the
                  North-Western Provinces of China under the
                  leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin, the Sino-Swedish
                  Expedition. -- VIII, -- Ethnography ; -- 4.
Call Numbers:  ENGR Q115 .H45+ pt.8, v.4 BASIC 11/27/85 C ?48:
                  ?1003:rsl ?48: ?13:rsl

Author:        Hsi, Chen-kuan.
Title:         Ku ssu lu yin yueh chi Tun-huang wu p\u yen chiu /
                  Hsi Chen-kuan chu = A study of music on the silk
                  road and Dunhuang dance staves / Xi Zhen-guan.
Edition:       Ti 1 pan.
Published:     Lan-chou : Kan-su Tun-huang wen i ch\u pan she :
                  Kan-su sheng hsin hua shu tien fa hsing, 1992.
Description:   3, 240 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
ISBN:          780587090X : RMBY19.25
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Music -- China -- History and criticism.
               Dance -- China -- History.
               Dance notation.
               Tun-huang manuscripts.
               Tun-huang Caves (China)
Other titles:  Study of music on the silk road and Dunhuang dance
Call Numbers:  WASO1 ML336.2 .H7w 1992 \+\ 09/05/95 C

Author:        Jahoda, Gloria.
Title:         The road to Samarkand: Frederick Delius and his music.
Published:     New York, C. Scribner's Sons <1969>
Description:   xi, 248 p. illus., music, ports. 22 cm.
LC Call No.:   ML410.D35 J3
Dewey No.:     780/.924 B
Subjects:      Delius, Frederick, -- 1862-1934.
Call Numbers:  MUSIC ML410.D35 J25

Author:        Klimburg-Salter, Deborah E.
Title:         The silk route and the diamond path : esoteric
                  Buddhist art on the trans-Himalayan trade routes /
                  Deborah E. Klimburg-Salter ; essays by Maximilian
                  Klimburg ... [et al.].
Published:     Los Angeles, Calif. : Published under the sponsorship
                  of the UCLA Art Council, c1982.
Description:   254 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
LC Call No.:   N8193.3.T36 H55 1982
Notes:         Book-catalogue published on the occasion of an
                  exhibition at the Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery,
                  UCLA, Nov. 7, 1982-Jan. 2, 1983; Asia Society
                  Gallery, New York City, Feb. 6-Apr. 3, 1983;
                  National Museum of Natural History, Washington,
                  D.C., Apr. 28-June 30, 1983.
               Bibliography: p. 245-254.
Subjects:      Art, Tantric-Buddhist -- Himalaya Mountains Region --
               Silk Road.
Other authors: Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery.
               Asia Society. Galleries.
               National Museum of Natural History (U.S.)

Author:        Kubarev, Vladimir D. and Esther Jacobson
Title:         Petroglyphs of Central Asia
Series:	       Repertoire des Petroglyphes d'Asie centrale, fasc. No.3:
	       Siberie du Sud 3 : KALBAK-TASH I (Republique de l'Altai)
	       (Memoires de la Mission Archeologique Francaise en Asie
	       Centrale, Tome V.3)
Published:     Paris : 1996;  200FF
ISSN:	       0989-5817
ISBN: 	       2-907431-08-01
Notes:         Publication in English of one of the most important sites in
	       the Altay Mountains of South Siberia.  Approximately
	       2000 rock images, 20 pages of commentary, 13
	       photographic plates, 45 pages of catalogue, 210 plates of
	       original drawings.
Availability:  Librairie de Boccard, 11, rue de Medicis, 75006, Paris, France
	       Henri-Paul Francfort (e-mail:

Author:        Lee, Yu-kuan.
Title:         Art rugs from silk route and great wall areas / by Lee
                  Yu-kuan = [Hsi-yu Chang cheng i tan tu lu / Li
                  Ju-kuan yen chiu].
Edition:       1st ed.
Published:     Tokyo : Oriental House, 1980.
Description:   246 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 37 cm.
LC Call No.:   NK2883.A1 L43 1980
Dewey No.:     746.7/51 19
Notes:         In English.
               Bibliography: p. 217-220.
               Includes index.
               Errata slip inserted.
Subjects:      Rugs -- China -- Catalogs.
               Rugs, Oriental -- China -- Catalogs.
Other titles:  Hsi-yu Chang cheng i tan tu lu.

Author:        Levin, Theodore Craig.
Title:         The hundred thousand fools of God : musical travels in Central
	       Asia (and Queens, New York) / Theodore Levin.
Published:     Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1996.
Description:   xvi, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
LC Call No.:   ML3758.A783 L48 1996
Dewey No.:     780/.958 20
ISBN:  	       0253332060 (alk. paper)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical (p. [308]-310) and discographical
	       (p. 310-311) references and index.
Subjects:      Music--Asia, Central--History and criticism.
	       Jews, Bukharan--New York (State)--Queens (New York)--Music--
	       History and criticism.
	       Music and society--Asia, Central.
	       Music and society--New York (State)--Queens (New York)
Geog. Code:    ac----- n-us-ny

Author:        Oort, H. A. van.
Title:         The iconography of Chinese Buddhism in traditional
                  China / by H.A. van Oort.
Published:     Leiden : E.J. Brill, 1986
Description:   2 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series:        Iconography of religions. Section 12, East and Central
                  Asia ; fasc. 5
ISBN:          9004078215
Notes:         Includes bibliographies.
               v.1. Han to Liao -- v.2. Sung to Ch'ing.
Subjects:      Art, Buddhist -- China.
               Buddhist art and symbolism -- China.
               China -- Antiquities
Series Entry:  Iconography of religions. -- Section XII, -- East and
                  Central Asia. -- fasc. 5
Call Numbers:  WSON1 N8193.C6 O59+ v.1-2 2 01/20/87 C ?1210:

Author:	       Sommer, John L.
Title:	       The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens
Published:     1996, John L. Sommer
ISBN:	       1-889666-03-3

Author:        Sullivan, Michael, 1916-
Title:         The cave temples of Maichishan. Photos. by Dominique
                  Darbois. With an account of the 1958 expedition to
                  Maichishan by Anil de Silva.
Published:     Berkeley, University of California Press, 1969.
Description:   xiv, 77 p. illus., map. 104 plates (part col.) 29 cm.
LC Call No.:   NB1043 .S77
Dewey No.:     731.8/8/943095145
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 59-63.
Subjects:      Art, Buddhist -- China -- Kansu Province.
               Sculpture -- China -- Kansu Province.
               Mai-chi Shan Caves.
Other authors: De Silva, Anil.
Call Numbers:  waso1 NB1043 .S948+

Author:        Rhie, Marylin M.
Title:         Interrelationships between the Buddhist art of China
                  and the art of India and Central Asia from 618-755
                  A.D. / Marylin M. Rhie.
Published:     Napoli : Istituto universitario orientale, 1988.
Description:   44 p., xxxii p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series:        Supplemento n. 54 agli Annali, vol. 48 (1988), fasc. 1
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Art, Buddhist -- China.
               Art, Chinese -- T\ang-Five dynasties, 618-960.
               Art, Chinese -- Foreign influences.
               Art, Indic -- Foreign influences.
               Art -- Asia, Central -- Foreign influences.
Series Entry:  Supplemento ... agli Annali ; -- n. 54.

Author:        Stawiski, Boris
Title:         Kunst der Mittelasien/Kuschan
Published:     Leipzig 1979
Description:   Quarto.  Many color plates.  Figures.

Author:        Tanabe, Katsumi.
Title:         Silk road coins : the Hirayama Collection / Katsumi Tanabe.
Published:     Kamakura : <s.n.>, 1993.

Author:        Vollmer, John, 1945-
Title:         Silk roads, China ships / John E. Vollmer, E.J. Keall,
	       E. Nagai-Berthrong.
Published:     Toronto, Ont. : Royal Ontario Museum, c1983.
Description:   xvi, 240 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Subjects:      Manufactures--Asia--Foreign influences--History--Exhibitions.
	       Decorative arts--Asia--Exhibitions.
	       Asia--Commerce--Foreign influences--History--Exhibitions.
	       Europe--Commerce--Foreign influences--History--Exhibitions.
Other Names:   Keall, E. J. (Edward John), 1939-
	       Nagai-Berthrong, E. (Evelyn), 1946-
	       Royal Ontario Museum.
Other Titles:  East-West trade.
Notes: 	       "An exhibition of East-West trade."
	       Bibliography: p. 175.
Geog. Code:    e------ a------
ISBN:  	       0888543018 (pbk.)
LC Call No.:   HF3752 .V65 1983

Author:        Whitfield, Roderick.
Title:         Caves of the thousand Buddhas : Chinese art from the
                  silk route / Roderick Whitfield and Anne Farrer ;
                  edited by Anne Farrer ; with contributions by S.J.
                  Vainker and Jessica Rawson.
Published:     New York : George Braziller, 1990.
Description:   208 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
LC Call No.:   N8193.C6 W48 1990
Dewey No.:     704.9/48943/095145 20
ISBN:          0807612499
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 204-205) and
Subjects:      Art, Buddhist -- China -- Tun-Huang Caves --
               Art, Chinese -- Tang-Five dynasties, 618-960 --
               Stein, Aurel, -- Sir, -- 1862-1943 -- Art collections
                  -- Exhibitions.
               Art -- Private collections -- England -- London --
               British Museum -- Exhibitions.
               Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region (China) --
                  Antiquities -- Exhibitions.
Other authors: Farrer, Anne.
               Vainker, S. J.
               Rawson, Jessica.

Author:        Wriggins, Sally Hovey.
Title:         Xuanzang : a Buddhist pilgrim on the Silk Road / Sally
                  Hovey Wriggins ; with a forweord by Frederick W.
Published:     Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, c1996.
Description:   xxiv, 263 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
LC Call No.:   BQ8149.H787 W75 1996
Dewey No.:     294.3/92 B 20
ISBN:          0813328012 (HC)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Hsuan-tsang, -- ca. 596-664.
               Priests, Buddhist -- China -- Biography.

Corporate Authors:

Title:	       The Archaeology and Art of Central Asia / Studies from the
	       Former Soviet Union / Edited by B. A. Litvinski and
	       C. A. Bromberg
Series:	       Volume 8 of the Bulletin of the Asia Institute
Published:     May 1996
Description:   Clothbound, 8x11"; printed on acid-free paper ca. 350 pp.,
	       244 ills.; $65
ISSN:	       0890-4464
Contents:      "Sarazm: An Agricultural Center of Ancient Sogdiana" by
			A. I. Isakov
	       "The 'Palace,' Temple, and Necropolis of Jarkutan" by
			A. Askarov and T. Shirinov
	       "Aegean-Anatolian Motifs in the Glyptic Art of Bactria and
			Margiana" by V. I. Sarianidi
	       "The Ethnic History of the Sakas" by I. V. P'iankov
	       "The Hellenistic Architecture and Art of the Temple of the Oxus"
			by B. A. Litvinski and I. R. Pichikian
	       "The Kalali-Gir 2 Ritual Center in Ancient Khwarazm" by
			B. I. Vainberg
	       "Ancient Samarkand" by G. V. Shishkina
	       "Excavations of Staraia Nisa" by V. N. Pilipko
	       "Materials for an Archaeological Map of the Merv Oasis" by
			A. Bader, V. Gaibov, and G. Koshelenko
	       "Old Indian Kapala in a Bactrian Inscription from Qara-Tepe" by
			V. A. Livshits and V. G. Shkoda,
	       "Kampir-Tepe: Structures, Written Documents and Coins" by
			E. V. Rtveladze,
	       "The Fortifications of Kampir-Tepe" by D. V. Rusanov,
	       "The Palaces of Topraq-Qal'a" by IU. A. Rapoport,
	       "Worshipers from the Northern Shrine of Temple II, Panjikent" by
			B. I. Marshak and V. I. Raspopova,
	       "Sogdian Ossuaries" by L. V. Pavchinskaia,
	       "The Form and Style of Sogdian Ossuaries" by G. A. Pugachenkova,
	       "The Circulation of Coins in Central Asia during the Medieval
			Period" by E. V. Zeimal'

Author:        British Museum.
Title:         The art of Central Asia : the Stein collection in the British
	       Museum / Roderick Whitfield.
Published:     Tokyo : Kodansha International in co-operation with the
	       Trustees of the British Museum ; New York, N.Y. : Distributed
	       in the U.S.A. by Kodansha International/USA through Harper and
	       Row, c1982-
Description:   v. <1-2> : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 40 cm.
Subjects:      Stein, Aurel, Sir, 1862-1943--Art collections--Catalogs.
	       British Museum--Catalogs.
	       Art, Buddhist--China--Catalogs.
	       Art--Private collections--England--London--Catalogs.
Other Names:   Whitfield, Roderick.
Contents:      1-2. Paintings from Dunhuang.
Notes:         Includes bibliographies.
Geog. Code:    a-cc--- e-uk-en
ISBN:          406144641X (v. 1)
LC Call No.:   N8193.C6 B75 1982  <Fol.>

Title:         Arts of the Eurasian steppelands : a colloquy held 27-29 June /
	       edited by Philip Denwood.
Published:     [London] : Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, [1978]
Description:   [7], 233 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Subjects:      Art, Central Asian--Congresses.
	       Asia, Central--Antiquities--Congresses.
Series Titles: Colloquies on art & archaeology in Asia ; no. 7
	       Colloquies on art and archaeology in Asia ; no. 7.
Other Names:   Denwood, Philip.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 112-114.
Geog. Code:    ac-----
ISBN:          0728600544 : L6.00
LC Call No.:   N7291 .A77
Dewey Dec. No.:709/.39/6

Author:        British Museum.
Title:         Seiiki bijutsu : Daiei Hakubutsukan Stain korekushon /
                  kanshu, Daiei Hakubutsukan ; henshu, kaisetsu,
                  Roderikku Wittofirudo.
Published:     Tokyo : Kodansha, 1982-1984.
Description:   3 v. : ill. (some col.), map, ports. ; 38 cm.
ISBN:          406144641X (v. 1)
Notes:         Translated into Japanese by Ueno Aki.
               Title in English from case: The art of Central Asia :
                  the Stein Collection in the British Museum.
               Colophon inserted.
               v. 1. Tonko kaiga I -- v. 2. Tonko kaiga II. --v. 3.
                  Senshoku, choso, hekiga.
               Includes bibliographies.
Subjects:      Stein, Aurel, -- Sir, -- 1862-1943 -- Art collections.
               Mural painting and decoration, Chinese -- China --
                  Tun-huang hsien -- Catalogs.
               Mural painting and decoration, Chinese -- T\ang-Five
                  dynasties, 618-960 -- Catalogs.
               Sculpture, Buddhist -- China -- Tun-huang hsien --
               Sculpture, Chinese -- China -- Tun-huang hsien --
               Tun-huang hsien (China) -- Description and travel.
               British Museum -- Catalogs.
Other authors: Whitfield, Roderick.
Other titles:  Art of Central Asia : the Stein Collection in the
                  British Museum.
               Tonko kaiga.
Call Numbers:  WSON1 ND2850.T8 B58++ \Lock pr.\

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