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Image from web page 21 of “Examples of Chinese ornament selected from objects in the South Kensington museum and other collections” (1867)
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Title: Examples of Chinese ornament chosen from objects in the South Kensington museum and other collections
Year: 1867 (1860s)
Authors: Jones, Owen
Publisher: London : S. & T. Gilbert, four Copthall Buildings, E.C. Back of the Bank of England
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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ottle. There is muchof the Indian character in this instance, particularlyin the detached flowers at the base of the subject. Plate XCIV. From a painted china Jar. Composition on thefragmentary principle exceptional for the boldtreatment of the best and bottom of the jar. Plate XCV. From a painted china Vase. One more compo-sition on the fragmentary principle. Plate XCVI. From a painted china Bottle. A singular com-position exceptional for the way in which the effectof the robust colour of the ornament is softened bythe judicious therapy of the ground. Plate XCVII. From a painted china Bottle. Composition onthe continuous-stem principle. The ornament inthis example is in slight relief. The vase was castin a mould. Plate XCVIII. Inlaid bronze Dish. Composition on Plate XCIX. From a painted china Bottle,the continuous-stem principle. Plate C. From a painted china Vase. This instance canhardly be called ornament: it is conventionalonly in the way in which the leaves and fruit arebalanced.
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Ornament from an Indian Lacquer Box. 15 u.
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