Classical Chinese Furniture:
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Chinese Furniture Related Materials are listed by author.
Last update: February 26, 2005.

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  • David, Sir Percival. Chinese Connoisseurship: The Ko Ku Yao Lun: The Essential Criteria of Antiquities. London: Faber and Faber, 1971.

  • Drummond, William. Chinese Furniture: The Sackler Collections Series 13, Lecture 1. New York: Intercultural Arts Press, 1969

  • ______. "Chinese Furniture: The Sackler Collections." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:3 (Summer 1993), pp. 54-66.

  • Ecke, Gustav. "A Group of Eighteenth-Century Paintings of Beijing Interiors." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:4 (Summer 1994), pp. 60-69.

  • ______. "Concerning Chinese Furniture." Honolulu Academy of Arts News Bulletin & Calendar 14:5 (May 1952), pp. 3-5.

  • ______. "Concerning Chinese Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:4 (Autumn 1993), pp. pp. 68-70.

  • ______. "Development of the Folding Chair: Remarks on the Development of the Form of the Euro-Asian Chair." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:1 (Winter 1990), pp. 14-25.

  • ______. "Notes on Chinese Furniture." Orientations 22:11 (Nov. 1991), pp. 69-77.

  • ______. "Notes on Some Woods Employed by Chinese Cabinet Makers." Res Artium XIII:11/12 (December 1940).

  • ______. "The Chair in China by Louise Hawley Stone." Artibus Asiae, 1934, pp. 73-75.

  • ______. "Wandlungen des Falstuhls: Bemerkungen zur Geschichte der Eurasischen Stuhlform." Monumenta Serica Journal of Oriental Studies of the Catholic University of Peking IX (1944) pp. 34-52.

  • Ecke, Tseng Yuho. "Appendix to 'Notes on Chinese Furniture.'" Orientations 22:11 (Nov. 1991), pp. 78-83.

  • ______. "Gustav Ecke." Orientations 22:11 (Nov. 1991), p. 68.

  • Ellsworth, Robert H. "A Profusion of Chinese Furnishings." (Exhibition review) Orientations 23:5 (May 1992), pp. 82-84.

  • ______. "Edicts from the King of Ming." Art & Antiques IX:8 (Oct. 1992), pp. 60-65.

  • ______. "Some Further Thoughts on Chinese Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:3 (Summer 1991), pp. 25-35.

  • ______. "Some Further Thoughts on Chinese Furniture." Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong Bulletin No. 5, 1980-82, pp. 9-16.

  • Evarts, Curtis. "A Pair of Zitan Southern Official's Hat Armchairs." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:4 (Autumn 1991), pp. 4-9.

  • ______. "A Report on the First International Symposium on Chinese Ming Domestic Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 2:1 (Winter 1991), pp. 22-27.

  • ______. "'Best of the Best': An Exhibition of Ming Furniture From Private Collections." Arts of Asia. May-June 1995, pp. 135-141.

  • ______."Book Review: Ming Qing jiaju". Orientations 34:4 (April 2003). p. 69.

  • ______. "Chinese Game Tables". catalogue essay in Play It Again: Asian Games and Pastimes. New York: E & J Frankel, 2004, pp. 25-37.

  • ______. "China". Encyclopedia of Interior Design. London: Fitzroy Dearborn: 1997, pp. 252-261.

  • ______. "Classical Chinese Furniture from The Jingguangtang Collection ". The Jingguangtang Collection, Part II. Christie's New York, #8606, March 20, 1997, pp. 26-29.

  • ______. "Classical Chinese Furniture in the Piccus Collection ". Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 2:4 (Autumn 1992), pp.4-25.

  • ______. "Classical Chinese Furniture in the Piccus Collection ". The Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Piccus Collection of Fine Classical Chinese Furniture, Thursday, 18 September 1997. Christie’s, #8700, New York, pp. 22-41.

  • ______. "Continuous Horseshoe Arms And Half-Lapped Pressure-Peg Joins." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:2 (Spring 1991), pp. 14-18.

  • ______. "Dating and Attribution: Questions of Revelations from Inscribed Works of Chinese Furniture". Orientations 33:1 (January 2002). pp. 32-39.

  • ______. "From Ornate to Unadorned: A Study of a Group of Yokeback Chairs." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:2 (Spring 1993), pp. 24-33.

  • ______. "Furniture in the Novel Jin Ping Mei: A Comparison of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth Century Illustrations." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:4 (Autumn 1993), pp. 21-45.

  • ______. "In Pursuit of Elegance and Majesty: Traditional Living Spaces of the Elite in Late Imperial China". From Elegant Mansions: Fine Classical Chinese Furniture and Works of Art. Christie's New York, #8972, September 16, 1998, pp. 14-17.

  • ______. "Integrity and Joinery in Chinese Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:1 (Winter 1990), pp. 11-13.

  • ______. "Legends on a Bicycle." Home Furniture no. 12 (August/September 1997), p. 82.

  • ______. "Literary Mind and Carving of Dragons." Essay in Splendor of Style: Classical Chinese Furniture from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Taipei: National Museum of History, 1999, pp. 21-32.

  • ______. "New Directions in Chinese Furniture Connoisseurship. Early Traditional Furniture" Orientations 31:1 (January 2000). pp. 50-57.

  • ______. "Ornamental Stone Panels and Chinese Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 4:2 (Spring 1994), pp. 4-26.

  • ______. "Recent Acquisitions and Projects of the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture." Orientations 23:1 (January 1992), pp. 86-89.

  • ______. "Simplicity and Integrity Reflected in the Anatomy of a Masterpiece". Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society2:3 (Summer 92), pp. 4-12.

  •  ______. "Splendor of Chinese Classical Furniture: Highlights from the Geis Collection", catalogue essay in Christie's, New York, Sale 1330, The Gangolf Geis Collection of Fine Classical Chinese Furniture, Thursday 18 September 2003.

  • ______. "The Art of Joinery: A Manifold Expression". Orientations, January 1993, pp. 53-57.

  • ______. "The Association of Classical Chinese Furniture in Beijing." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:3 (Summer 1991), pp. 19-20.

  • ______. "The Chinese Game Table". Play it Again: Asian Games and Pastimes. E. J. Frankel, New York, 2004, pp. 25-37.

  • ______. "The 'Classic of Lu Ban' and Classical Chinese Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society3:1 (Winter 93), pp. 33-44.

  • ______. "The Development of the Waisted Form and Variations in Its Joinery." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:3 (Summer 1991), pp. 36-45.

  • ______. "The Enigmatic Coffer". Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society, 4:4 (Autumn 1994), pp. 29-44.

  • ______. "The Furniture Maker and the Woodworking Traditions of China." Catalogue essay in Beyond the Screen: Chinese Furniture of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1996, pp. 53-76.

  • ______. "The Nature and Characteristics of Wood and Related Observations of Chinese Hardwood Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 2:2 (Spring 1992), pp. 28-41.

  • ______. "The San Francisco Symposium on Classical Chinese Wood Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:1 (Winter 1992), pp. 4-8.

  • ______. "The Symposium in Memory of the Ninetieth Anniversary of Yang Yao." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 2:4 (Autumn 1992), pp. 64-67.

  • ______. "Three Remarkable Beds". Important Chinese Furniture from Private Collections. Christie's New York, #1494, September 21, 2004, pp. 9-13

  • ______. "Traditional Chinese Furniture. From Sumptuous Palaces to Courtyard Dwellings." Catalogue essay and catalogue entries in Classical and Vernacular Chinese Furniture in the Living Environment. Hong Kong: Yungmingtang, 1998, pp. 23-33, 97-171.

  • ______. "Traditional Jumu Furniture and the Museum of Classical Jumu Furniture". in Orientations June 2006. Hong Kong, 2006, pp. 28-35.

  • ______. "Uniting Elegance and Utility: Metal Mounts on Chinese Furniture". Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:4 (Summer 94). pp. 27-47.

  • ______. "Zitan: The Noble Hardwood Family of Exotic, Abstruse Origins." Catalogue essay in A Leisurely Pursuit: Spendid Hardwood Antiquities from the Liang Yi Collection. Hong Kong, 2000.

  • Fischer, Esta. "The Timeless Elegance of Chinese Furniture." Antiques and Collecting, September 1993, pp. 42-43, 63.

  • Florcruz, Jaime A. "A Collector's Fondest Dream." Time International 133:12 (March 20, 1989), p. 55.

  • Flynn, Brian. "Classical Chinese Furniture in the Columbian Exhibitions of 1893 and 1992." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:2 (Spring 1993), pp. 48-51.

  • ______. "Gregor Norman-Wilcox." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:4 (Autumn 1991), pp. 46-47.

  • ______. "Robert and William Drummond and Dynasty Furniture." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:3 (Summer 1993), pp. 50-53.

  • ______. "The New East Asian Galleries at the Art Institute of Chicago." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 3:2 (Spring 1993), pp. 34-37.

  • Fung, Camille and Alan Y. M. "Huanghuali." Journal of the Classical Chinese Furniture Society 1:4 (Autumn 1991), pp. 41-45.

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