Camille Pissarro | Online Art Museum - Part 2

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A Tang Sancai Pottery Jar with four ears on yellow-brown ground Design and very fine crackles together with the inner-shell-of-bivalve-reflecting clam-light Tang Dynasty 唐三彩具極細開片紋及帶蛤蜊光黃褐地四系小罐

唐三彩具極細開片紋及帶蛤蜊光黃褐地四系小罐 A Tang Sancai Pottery Jar with four ears on yellow-brown ground Design and very fine crackles together with the inner-shell-of-bivalve-reflecting clam-light Tang Dynasty (618-907) 尺寸: 高 10 x 口徑 2.4 x最大腹徑 8 x圓平底座直徑 4.1 公分 英國維多利亞艾伯特博物館亦藏有一件與本件類似之唐三彩蓋罐 (博物館編號: C.464&A-1928, 高8.3 cm, 最大腹徑: 9.5 cm)。 Size: Height 10 x Mouth Diameter 2.4 x Maximum Abdomen Diameter…

現代繩線串連之西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶 A Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China

現代繩線串連之西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶 A Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs and linking with modern threads for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China from 206 B.C. to A.D. 25 尺寸: 長 85 x 寬 W 4.0-5.6 x 厚 D 0.4-1.5 公分 重量: 840 公克 和闐羊脂白玉比重密度: 3.00…

A Tang Sancai Pottery Dish with six-petalled ‘Bao Xiang Hua’ Blossoms and milk-white colored Spots on green Ground Design 唐三彩六瓣寶相花及綠地奶白色斑點紋盤

唐三彩具極細開片紋及帶蛤蜊光六瓣寶相花及綠地奶白色斑點紋盤 A Tang Sancai Pottery Dish with six-petalled ‘Bao Xiang Hua’ Blossoms and milk-white colored Spots on green Ground Design and very fine crackles together with the inner-shell-of-bivalve-reflecting clam-light Tang Dynasty (618-907) Size: Height 2 x Diameter 17 x flat and round Base-stand Diameter 11.5 cm 尺寸: 高 2 x 盤口直徑 17 x平底圓座直徑 11.5 公分…

Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) – The Place du Havre, Paris (1893) – Detail

From the museum label: "After a period of experimentation with the Neo-Impressionist style developed by Georges Seurat, Camille Pissarro returned to the loose, multidirectional brushstrokes that he had used in his earlier Impressionist works. He also revisited an Impressionist subject that his colleagues had all but abandoned by the 1890’s – the modern city. This…