Treasures Rediscovered


Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections at Columbia University

 

…The objects in Treasures Rediscovered are drawn from the collections formed by Arthur M. Sackler, M.D., a graduate of New York University…Today the Sackler collection at Columbia University encompasses almost three thousand objects and are a major source for teaching and research. In addition to five hundred works from China, the collections include two hundred fifty objects from Korea, and nearly two thousand from the ancient Near East and other cultures, ranging in date from Neolithic period to the early twentieth century…Available to students at any stage of their academic careers…these works serve the university’s larger mission of providing instruction in all aspects of the art and culture of China…

from New Light on Chinese Sculpture at Columbia University
by Leopold Swergold

Curator and Project manager
Leopold Swergold

Research Curator
Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu

Essays by
Stanley K. Abe,
Wendi Leigh Adamek,
Dorothy C. Wong

Catalogue Entries by
Chang Qing,
Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu,
Annette L. Juliano,
Cary Y. Liu,
Elinor Pearlstein,
Diana P. Rowan 

Published by
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery,
Columbia University in the City of New York

Characteristics:

hardcover
art paper
color
116 pages
size: 11×14 inches
Price: N/A

To purchase, please contact Columbia University