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B. CERAMICS

The finest reproductions of Korean Ceramics are contained in the third edition of the Catalogue of the Prince Yi Museum (No. 1241) and in the comprehensive work, Korean Antiquities Illustrated (No. 1242).

1299. Histoire de la Ceramique: Etude descriptive et raisonnee des Poteries de tous les Temps et de tous les Peuples. Albert Jacquemart. pp. 750 (2nd edn.), illus. woodcuts, engravings. P. 1873

(K: 117-21). (2nd edn. in 1884)

1300. History of the Ceramic Art: A Descriptive and Philosophical study of the Pottery of All Ages and All Nations. Albert Jacquemart. pp. 627, illus. woodcuts, engravings, etc. L. 1877

(K: Bk. 2, Ch, III 105-9, illus.) Eng. edn. of preceding).

1301. The Ceramic Art: A Compendium of the History and Manufacture of Pottery and Porcelain. Jennie J. Young. pp. 499, figs. N.Y. 1878 (K. Ch. VI 154-5, figs.)

1302. The Korean Potters in Satsuma. E. Satow. TASJ VI 193-203. 1878

1303. Catalogue of a Collection of Oriental Porcelain and Pottery lent for Exhibition and described by Augustus W. Franks, pp. xviii, 246, illus. 25 pls., chiefly of pottery marks. L. 1878

1304. Pottery and Porcelain of All Times and Nations; with Tables of Factory and Artists Marks for the Use of Collectors- William C. Prime. pp. 531, illus. N.Y. 1879 (K: Pt. Ill Sec. 2, 255-6, illus). [page156]

1305. Description of a Collection of Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Porcelain, Pottery, and Faience made by Capt. E. Brinkley. E. Greey. pp. 114. N.Y. 1885

1306. The Korean Potter’s Wheel. P.L. Jouy. Science 144. N.Y. 1888

1307. Catalogue of a Collection of Paintings by European and American Artists, and of Chinese, Cochin- Chinese, Korean and Japanese Keramics, the Property of T.E. Waggaman. 1888

1308. The Collection of Korean Mortuary Pottery in the U.S. National Museum. Pierre Louis Jouy. Ann. Rep. Smithsonian Inst, for the Year ending June 30, 1888: Rep. of the U.S. Nat’l Mus. 589-96, illus. 5 pls. W. 1890

1309. Note sur la Porcelaine de Coree. A. Billequin. TP VII 39-46. 1896

1310. Oriental Ceramic Art illustrated by Examples from the Collection of W.T. Walters… Ed. S. W. Bushell. 1 vol. text & notes, pp. 942 (K: 670-84); 10 vols. pls. in 5 portfolios, containing 116 pls. in col. & over 400 illus. in monochr. N.Y. 1897-9

1311. Catalogue of the Morse Collection of Japanese Pottery: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Edward S. Morse. pp. xiii 384, illus. 68 photogr. pls. & 1545 potters, marks. Cambridge, Mass. 1901 (K: 25-31, illus. 1 pl: Korean Pottery).

1312. Japan: Its History, Arts and Literature. Capt. F. Brinkley. 12 vols. Bo. & T. 1901

(Vol. 8 Keramic Art- K: 42-54, 164-6 & passim)

1313. Collection Hayashi: Objets d’Art et Peintures de la Chine et du Japon reunis par T. Hayashi… dont la Vente aura Lieu ...dans les Galeries de MM Durand- Ruel. pp. iii, 363; 329, illus. numerous pls. P. 1902-3

(K: I 117-24; II 116-25 : Poteries Coreennes; a few pieces illus.). [page157]

1314. The Potters Art in Korea. Randolph I. Geare. Craftsman VII 294ᅳ8, illus. Syracuse, N.Y. 1904

1315. Collection S. Bing: Objets d’ Art et Peintures du Japon et de la Chine. pp. 164 with 56 pls. in 6 portfs. P. 1906

(K: Porcelaines et Gres de la Chine, de la Coree et du Japon)

1316. Objets d’ Art et peintures provenant de la Collection Suminokura de Kioto dont la Vente aura Lieu... dans les Galeries de MM. Durand-Ruel. pp. 188, illus. P. 1907

(K: 149-54 with 6 illus.: Ceramique-Gres de la Coree).

1317. Catalogue of Japanese and Chinese Art Objects formed by the Veteran Collector, Mr. R. Kadoyama. illus. 12 pls. N.Y. 1908

1318. Catalogue of the Macomber Collection of Chinese Pottery. John Getz. pp. 83. Bo. 1909

(K: 69-76).

1319. Hard Paste Porcelain: China, Japan, Siam, Korea. Edwin Atlee Barber, pp. 46, illus. Pennsylvania Museum. (K: 34-5). Ph. 1910

1320. Korean Pottery. F.S. Kershaw. BMFAIX 63- 1911

1321. Ancient Korean Tomb Wares. John Platt. Burlington Mag. XX No. CVI 222-30, illus. 2 pls.

(Probably the best short study of Korean celadon wares up to this time). L. 1912

1322. Corean Pottery. Raphael Petrucci. Burlington Mag. XXII No. CXVI 82-8, illus. 2 ps.; also letter on p. 298. (Petrucci believed, on insufficient evidence, that Korean celadon wares were purely Chinese work of the fourteenth or fifteenth century). L.1912

1323. CHINESE,COREAN AND JAPANESE POT- [page158] TERIES. Descriptive Catalogue of Loan Exhibition of Selected Examples. The Chinese and Corean authenticated by R.L. Hobson...and the Japanese by Edward S. Morse… with a Report on Early Chinese Potteries...by Rose Sickler Williams, pp. x., 129, illus. 27 pls. (2 in col.). Japan Society. N.Y. 1914

(K: pp. 99-109, illus. 5 pis. comprising items 101-150).

Review: JNCRAS XLVI 139-42 (1915).

1324. Korean Ceramics. Noritake Tsuda. JM V 679-82, illus. 1915

1325. Catalogue of an Exhibition of Early Chinese Pottery and Sculpture. S.C. Bosch Reitz. pp. xxvii, 139, illus. Metropolitan Museum of Art. N.Y. 1916

(K: xxv-xxvi, 61-5, illus.: the Korean pieces comprise 22 out of the 343, all described & illustrated).

1326. The Beginnings of Porcelain in China. Berthold Laufer. pp. 183, illus. Field Museum Pub. No. 192. Ch. 1917 (K: 166ᅳ9, 171, 175).

1327. Chinese Pottery of the Han, T’ang and Sung Dyn-asties. Owned and Exhibited by Parish- Watson & Co., Inc. pp. 109, illus. 16 col pls. N.Y. 1917

(K: p. 109: description of 2 items).

1328. CATALOGUE OF THE LE BLOND COLLEC-TION OF COREAN POTTERY. Bernard Rackham. pp. vii, 48, illus. 49 pls. (1 in col.), bibliog. Victoria and Albert Museum. L. 1918

(An important contribution to the study of Korean celadon wares).

1329. A General History of Porcelain. William Burton. 2 vols. pp. xviii, 204; x, 228; illus. 112 pls. (32 in col) (K: I Ch. Ill 106-10 : Corean Wares) L. & N.Y. 1921

1330. The Potters and Pottery of Satsuma. W.L. [page159] Schwartz. TPJS XIX 32-50, illus. 1921-2 (K: passim).

1331. The Early Ceramic Wares of China, A.L. Hetherington. pp. x, 159, illus. 45 pls. (6 in col).

L. 1922 (K: 70, 115, 128-9, 137, 143, brief notes on wares of Chinese or Korean provenance).

1332. Chinesische Fruhkeramik: Eine Einfuhrung von Dr. Oscar Rucker-Embden. pp. xii, 174, illus. 46 pls. (24 in col.) & 42 text-illus. Lz. 1922

(K: 112-14, 146-7 & passim, illus. pls. 43-5 (1 in col.)

1333. Pottery of the Korai Dynasty (924-1392 A.D.). AJ. Ludlow. TKRAS XIV 33-62, illus. 8 pls. 1923

1334. Keramisk Haandbog: Kina-Korea-Japan. Emil Hannover, pp. iii, 286, illus. Copenhagen. 1923

(K: Ch. II 184-93 & Bibliog. on p. 267). (Eng. edn. pub. in 1925-see No. 1339).

1335. Chinesisches Porzellan und die ubrigen keramis- chen Erzeugnisse Chinas. Prof. E. Zimmermann. 2 vols. pp. 405; 161; illus. Lz. 1923

(K: I 124-8 & passim).

1336. A Guide to the Pottery and Porcelain of the Far East R.L. Hobson. pp. xvi, 168, illus. 14 pls. British Museum. L. 1924

1337. Oriental Art: the Kano Oshima Collection. N.Y. 1924

1338. Old Corean Pottery. Jiro Harada. Studio XC No. 390, 139-45, illus. 2 col. pls., text-ill us. L. 1925

1339. Pottery and Porcelain. E. Hannover. Trans. by Bernard Rackham. 2 vols. L. 1925

(K:II The Far East-186ᅳ94, illus.).

1340. A CATALOGUE OF THE CHINESE, COREAN [page160] AND PERSIAN POTTERY AND PORCELAIN IN THE EUMORFOPOULOS COLLECTION. R.L. Hobson. 6 vols., each containing introduction & 75 pls. (25 in col.) L. 1925-8

(K: VI 34-43 & pls 44-51, 2 being in col.).

1341. The Celebrated Antique Korean China in the Collection of the Prince de Gorda. Arts and Decorations XXIV 1926

1342. Japanese Ceramic Art and National Characteristics. Kikusaburo Fukui. pp. xv, 63 (Eng.);55, 51 (Jap.); illus. 63 pls. (many in col.), map. T. 1926 (K: 11-15, 23-4 & passim).

1343. Hamburgisches Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe; Ostasien I Chinesisches Kunstgewerbe, Koreanische Kera- mik, Buddnistisches Bildwerk. Martin teddersen. pp. 86. 1926

1344. The Ceramic Wares of Korea. Gardner Teall. House and Garden LI 122-3, 142, 144, 206, illus. N.Y. 1927

1345. Arie Collection: Catalogue of the Old Sculptures and Potteries. Kintaro Arie. Portf. with 50 pls. T. 1927 (K: Pls. 38ᅳ46).

1346. KOREAN AND CHINESE POTTERIES AND PORCELAINS: THE FITZGERALD COLLECTION, pp. 147, illus. N.Y. 1927 (K: 220 out of 546 items & numerous illus).

1347. Die Sammlung Walter Bondy, Berlin: Ostasiatische Kunst, eingeleitet von W. Cohn. pp. v, 66, illus. 32 pls. B. 1927

1348. Recent Additions to the Collection of Korean Pottery. K.P.S. Bull. Cleveland Mus. Art 1928

1349. Some Chinese and Japanese Porcelains from the [page161] Treasure House of the Marquis Yorisada Tokugawa. J.S. Happer.Old Furniture 1928

1350. The Allen Collection of Korean Pottery. Amen Mag. of Art 1928

1351. Korean Pottery from Keiryusan. Lorraine d’O. Warner. Fogg Art Mus. Notes II 125-34, illus. Cambridge, Mass. 1929

1352. Ch’ai Yao, Ju Yao and Ying Ch’ing. R.P.B. Davis. Burlington Mag. LIV No. CCCX 9-10, 15-16. (Propounds the theory that some of the Ying Ch’ing ware is Ch’ai, some

Ju, some Ju type and some Korean). L. 1929

1353. A Recent Pottery Exhibion at Seoul. Langdon Warner. Eastern Art: A Quarterly I 237-41, illus. 3 pls. Ph. 1929

(An enthusiastic account of a delightful exhibition of Yi Period pottery)

1354. Die Sammlung Dr. A. Breuer: Ostasiatiatische Kunst, eingeleitet von Otto Kiimmel. pp. 82, illus. 40 pls. (K: 20-2, 80-1, etc). B. 1929

1355. New Stone Age Pottery from the Prehistoric Site at Hsi-Yin Tsun, Shansi, China. Ssu Yung Liang. Mem. Amer. Anthrop. Assoc. XXXVII 1-76, illus. 18 pls., charts, tabs. 1930

(K: 60-1, relationship of Korean Neolithic pottery to Japanese & Chinese).

1356. Corean pottery: I The Silla Period II The Koryu Period. R.L. Hobson. Burlington Mag. LVI Nos. CCCXXIV -V 154-64, 186-93, illus. 6 pls. L. 1930

(An excellent introduction by a leading authority.)

1357. Korai Celadon in America. Lorraine d’O. Warner. Eastern Art: An Annual II 37-121, illus. 57 pls. (A comprehensive, detailed and scholarly study based on the leading Japanese authorities, with fine illustrations in monochrome). Ph. 1930 [page162]

1358. A Note on the Pottery Kilns of the Korai Dynasty. M. Yanagi. Eastern Art: An Annual II 122-5, illus. 2 pls., figs. Ph. 1930

1359. A Picture Book of Corean Pottery. Victoria and Albert Museum. L. 1932

(Booklet containing brief introduction & 20 illus).

1360. A Dish of Yueh Ware. R.L. Hobson. Burlington Mag. LXIII No. CCCLXVI 122-7, illus. 1 pl. L. 1933

(Suggests that the Koreans learnt their art, not from Northern China, but from the makers of Yueh ware).

1361. Sung and Yuan Wares in Corean Tombs. R.L. Hobson. Burlington Mag. LXIV No CCCLXXIV 212-19, illus. 3 pls. L. 1934

(A descripton of some early Chinese wares found in Korea; the illustrations are of similar pieces in English collections).

1362. A Commentary on Ju Ware. Sir Percival David, Bart. Trans. Orient. Ceramic Soc. 1936- 1937; also separately, pp. 53, illus. 33 pls. L. 1937

(K: 4-6, 43-4: Hsu Ching’s record of 1124 A.D.).

1363. Pottery in Ancient Japan and Korea. Z. Rockbridge. Tourist XXVII No. 7, 31-3, illus. T. 1939

1364. A Potter’s Book. Bernard Leach. With introductions by Soyetsu Yanagi & Michael Cardew. pp. xxvii 294, illus. 4 col. pls. & 77 half-tone & text illus. L. 1940

(K: passim; 7 illus. & sketches of kiln & potter’s hut). (Second edn. 1945).

1365. KOREAN POTTERY ILLUSTRATED. (CHOSEN TO-JI ZUFU). Taijiro Kobayashi. pp. 2, 38 (in Japanese), illus. 95 pls. (8 in col.) 1941

1366. A Korean Water-pot of the Koryo Period. David B. Little. BMFA XXXIX No. 232 18ᅳ19, illus. 1941 [page163]

1367. YI PERIOD POTTERY (RI-CHO TO-JI FU). Toyotaro Tanaka. pp. 10, 55, (in Japanese), illus. 128 mounted photographs, 15 being in col. T. 1942

Published also in a popular edn. with ordinary pls.

1368. The Book of Pottery and Porcelain. Warren E. Cox. 2 vols. pp. xvi, 1158, illus. N.Y. 1944

(K: I Ch. XI 214-29, illus.: Korean Potteries and porcelains).

1369. Chinese and Korean Ceramics; Japanese Lacquer. Howard Hollis. Bull. Cleveland Mus. Art XXXI 103-6, illus. 1944

1370. The Ceramic Art of China and Other Countries of the Far East. William Bowyer Honey. pp. vii, 238, illus. 192 pls. (3 in col.). L. 1945

(K: Ch. IV 167-76: Corea, illus. pls. 149-68).

An outstanding work by a fine scholar, containing a brief survey of Silla, Koryo & Yi Period pottery.

Rev. in Apollo XLII 266-71, illus., by Victor Rienaecker (K: p. 267). L.

1371. Korean Art. Victor Rienaecker. Apollo XLII

243-5; XLIV 43-5, 63-6; illus. L. 1945-6

(Historical notes & pottery).

1372. The Art of the Potter: A Book for the Collector and Connoisseur. William Bowyer Honey. pp. xvi, 111, illus. 160 pls. (K: Pt. III Ch. 1, 56-72: Corean Wares of the Yi Dynasty, illus. 16 pls., being a reprint of the excellent paper listed as the next title; also several Koryo & Yi Period wares illus. on 9 other plates, with descriptive notes.) L. 1946

Rev. in Studio CXXXIII 63. L.

1373. Corean Wares of the Yi Dynasty. W.B Honey. Trans. Oriental Ceramic Soc. 1944-45, Vol. XX 11-24, illus. 5 pls. L. 1947

1374. COREAN POTTERY. William Bowyer Honey.  [page164] pp. xv, 19, illus. 100 pls. (4 in col.) L. 1947 (The best brief survey in English).

Reviews: Burlington Mag. XC No. 540, p. 89, by B.R., L. (1948) Oriental Art I No. 4, p. 97, by William Cohn, L. (1949)

1375. Celadon Wares: Catalogue of an Exhibition held by the Oriental Ceramic Society from October 20th to December 20th, 1947. Foreword by A.L Hetherington. pp. 19, illus. 8 pls L. 1948

(K: 8, 17-18: Nos. 145-61, illus. 1 pl).

1376. On the Relationship of Early Korai Celadon to the Chinese Ware of Yueh. George J. Lee. Far Eastern Ceramic Bulletin I No. 3, 20-25, illus. 1 photo. Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. 1948

An excellent brief study with references to Japanese sources.

1377. Corean Wares of the Koryu Period. W.B. Honey. Trans. Oriental Ceramic Soc. 1946-47, Vol. XXII 9-18, illus. 8 pls. L. 1949

1378. Ceramic Art of Japan. Tadanari Mitsuoka. pp. 190, illus. col. pls. & text-illus. Tourist Lib. N.S. Vol. 8, Japan Travel Bureau. T 1949

(K: passim, esp. in the section: Korean Style Wares, pp. 43—86).


C. PAINTING

Many of the finest Korean Paintings are illustrated in the catalogue of the Prince Yi Museum (No. 1241) ana in the comprehensive work, Korean Antiquities Illustrated (No. 1242)

1379. The Pictorial Arts of Japan: With a Brief Historical Sketch of the Associated Arts and Some Remarks upon the Pictorial Art of the Chinese and Coreans. William Anderson, pp. xviii, 276, illus. 80 pls. (16 in col.) & 146 text-illus. L. & Bo. 1886

(K: p. 266, of interest mainly as an indication of how little was known about Korean pictorial art at this time). [page165]

1380. The Painters of Japan. Arthur Morrison. 2 vols. pp. xiv, 154, illus. 57 pls.; x, 128, illus. 65 pls. L. 1911 (K: I 21-3, 27-8, etc).

1381. Wall-Paintings in Ancient Korean Tombs. Kokka XXIII No. 276; 257-61, illus. 1 pl. XXV No. 294; 111, illus. 1 col. pL T. 1913-14

1382. Korean Landscape Paintings. Kokka XXV p. 11, illus. 2 pls. T. 1914

(Screen decorated with ink sketches brought from Korea in 1539 A.D. by the priest Sonkai and owned by Daiganji Temple, Miyajima, Aki.).

1383. MURAL PAINTINGS IN OLD TOMBS OF THE KOKURYO PERIOD, KOREA. Portfolio containing 100 pls., mostly in col., & introduction in English and Japanese. Prince Yi Household. S. 1916

1384. Recent Discovery of Wall Paintings in Ancient Korean Tombs. Kokka XXVIII No. 327; 29-33, illus. 1 pl. T. 1917

1385. Illustrated Catalogue of an Exceedingly Important Collection of Artistic Oriental Objects and Decorative Art, which the Owners have been Three Years in assembling. 662 items, illus. Yamanaka & Co. N.Y. 1921

(K: Paintings, items 423-32, 509-10, illus.)

1386. An Introduction to the Study of Chinese Painting. Arthur Waley. pp. xii, 262, illus. 49 pls. (6 in col.).

(K: 83-4, 109, Kokuryo Tomb Paintings). L. 1923

1397. Asiatic Art in the British Museum (Sculpture and Painting). Laurence Binyon. pp. 74, illus. 64 pls. (K: PL XLIII, Sixteenth Century Korean Painting.) L. 1925

(Also publ, in French edn.)

1388. On the Han Pictures of Human Figures. Yoshito Harada. Kokka. T. 1928 [page166]

1389. THE CATALOGUE OF THE CHINESE, COREAN AND SIAMESE PAINTINGS IN THE EUMORFOPOULOS COLLECTION. Laurence Binyon. pp. vii, 39 illus. 75 pls. (24 in col.). L. 1928

1390. Peintures Chinoises et Japonaises de la Collection Ulrich Odin: avec une Introduction et des Notices de M. Ulrich Odin et un avant-propos de M. Sylvain Levi, pp. vii, 63, illus. 64 pls. (K: Pl. X). Ars Asiatica Ser. VoL XIV. 1929

1391. Some Pictures and Painters of Corea. Rev. Charles Hunt. TKRAS XIX 1-34, illus. 1930

1392. A History of Early Chinese Painting from the Han Dynasty to the End of the Yuan Dynasty. Oswald

Siren. 2 vols. pp. 300, illus. 228 pls. L. 1932

(K: 24-6, Korean Tomb Paintings).

1393. MASTERPIECES OF KOREAN PAINTING (CHOSEN MEIGA-SHU. Large portfolio containing 49 pls. (a few in col.) & introduction in Japanese by Prof. Tei Sekino. T.1933

1394. An Unpublished Korean Album. J. Le Roy Davidson. Bull. New York Pub. Lib. XXXIX 595-604, illus. 1 pl. N.Y. 1935

(Album of 14 Korean paintings on silk. Presented to Dr. H.N. Allen).

1395. Unsoung Pai, ein koreanischer Maler in Berlin. Die Dame LXII No. 16, 8-9, illus. B. 1935

1396. On the Painting of the Han Period. Kosaku Hamada. MRDTB Ser. B. No. 8, 31-44, illus. 6 pls. 1936

(Mainly about the Painted Basket excavated at Lolang.)

1397. Ein Kunstler des Fernen Ostens: der Koreaner Maler Unsoung Pai. Herbert Blanken. Illust. Ztg. No. 4779,502-3, illus. Lz. 1936


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D. MONUMENTS & ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
1398. The Miryeks or Stone-men of Corea. Prof. Terrien de Lacouperie. JRAS N.S. XIX 553-7, illus. 1 pl.

(On the significance of Miryeks with special reference to the Statue at Un-jin, Refer also to No. 1142). 1887

1399. A Corean Monument to Manchu Clemency. W. R. Carles. JNCRAS for the Year 1888, N.S. XXIII 1-8, 285, with facsimiles. (Gives translation of inscription commemorating the Manchu invasion of Korea in 1637 A.D.) 1889

1400. Notes on Recent Russian Archaic Researches adjacent to Korea and Remarks on Korean Stone Implements. D.J. Macgowan. KR I 25-31, figs. 1892

1401. Discoveries in Kitchen-Mounds near Korea. M. Margarieff. KR I 251-61. (Extract from Proceedings of Society for Study of Amoor Region, translated from the Russian by M. Korylin.) 1892

1402. Discovery of an Important Monument. ‘Z’. KR I 109-11. 1892

1403. Notes on the Dolmens and Other Antiquities of Korea. W. Gowland. Jour. Anthrop. Inst. XXIV 316-30, illus. 1 pl. (Dolmens-Ancient Sepulchral Vessels-Stone Implements- Buddhist Remains-Japanese Remains-Old Korean Fortifications-Spirit Worship). L. 1895

1404. Stele chinoise du Royaume de Ko Kou Rye. Maurice Courant. JA Ser. XI 210-38, illus. 1 pl, map; also separately, pp. 31, illus. 1 pl., map. P. 1898

No. 1142. Korea’s Colossal Image of Buddha. Rev. G.H. Jones. TKRAS I 57-70. 1900 [page 168]

1405. The Marble Pagoda. K.Rev. I 534-8. 1901

1406. A Celebrated Monument marking the Fall of Pak-je. K.Rev. II 102-7. 1902

1407. The Treasures of Kyong-ju. K.Rev. II385-9. 1902

1408. Note sur les Dolmens de la Coree. E. Bourdaret. Bull. Soc. d’Anthrop. de Lyon XXI 243-5. 1902

1409. Les Monuments prehistoriques de l’Ile de Kang- Hoa, Coree. E. Bourdaret. Bull. Soc. d’Anthrop. de Lyon XXII 138-42. 1903

(Note: the above two papers also appeared printed together in a brochure, pp. 7, Lyon, 1904)

1410. Les Dolmens de la Coree. E. Bourdaret. Bull. Soc. d’Anthrop. de Lyon XXII 150-1. 1903

1411. The Oldest Relic in Korea. K. Rev. IV 235-59. (Tangun’s altar on Kangwha Island.) 1904

1412. Stone Lanterns of Ancient Korea. T. Sekino. Kokka XVI 304-11, illus T. 1906

1413. Rapport sur les Monuments de l’Ancien Royaume Coreen de Kao-keou-li. Edouard Chavannes. Comptes Rendus de l’Acad. des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: 549- 75, illus.; also separately, pp. 27, illus. P. 1907

1414. Les Monuments de l’Ancien Royaume Coreen de Kao-keou-li. Edouard Chavannes. Tp Ser. 2, IX 236- 65, illus. 1 pl, figs., also printed separately. 1908

(Virtually same as preceding).

1415. Dolmen und alte Konigsgraber in Korea, E. Baelz- Ztschr. f. Ethnol. XLII 776-81, illus.; also in Ostas. Lloyd XXV 515- also in Deuts. Japan-Post IX No. 50, 21-2. Y. (1911). B.; 1910 [page169]

Rev. in Tp Sen 2 XII 88-91, by Ed. Chavannes (1911)

1416. Prehistoric Japan. Neil Gordon Munro. pp. xvii, 705, illus., maps. Y. 1911 (K: 29-30, 382- 3, 577-8 & passim).

1417. Collection Coreenne composee sous la direction de V. Segalen: Steles. Relie a la chinoise. 2 vols, in cloth case. P.1914

1418. Korean Tombs. Prof. Sekino. JM VI 2-8,illus. (3 pp. text). 1915

1419. The Pagoda of Seoul. Rev. J.S. Gale. TKRAS VI Pt. 2, 1-22, illus. 1915

1420. Tan Goon. KM I 404-14. (Legendary Founder of Korea). 1917

1421. Anti-Foreign Tablet. W.C. Rufus. KM 1495. 1917

1422. Trip to Kyung-ju. W.C. Rufus. KM I 532-41. 1917

1423. Antiquarian Study. KM II 2-5. 1918

1424. The Tombs of Oo-hyun-li. KM II 249-52. 1918

1425. Nam Han, or the South Fortress. H.H. Underwood. KM II 260-3. 1918

1426. Ancient Korean Remains. KM II 354-6, 401-4, 498-502; III 114-16. 1918-9

1427. The Tomb on the Chosen Christian College Grounds. KM II 548-50.1918

1428. Sok-kul-am, das Steinhohlenkloster. Bertha Got- tsche. OZ VII 161-7, illus. 1918-9 [page170]

1429. Zur Deutung der Skulpturen des Sok-kul-am. William Cohn. OZ IX 306ᅳ9, illus. 1921-2

1430. Alte Graber in Korea (Vortrag auf der archao- logischen Versammlung in Kioto). Kosaku Hamada. Ethnoloeischer Anzeiger I 351. 1924

1431. Les recentes Fouilles japonaises en Coree. H. Haguenauer. TP Ser. 2, XXIII 266-7. (Based on an article by S. Hamada in the Japanese periodical ‘Shukanashi’)

1432. A ROYAL TOMB, ‘KINKAN TSUKA’, OR THE GOLD CROWN TOMB, AT KEISHU, AND ITS TREASURES. 1 vol. text in Japanese, with English summary, and 2 portfolios, containing 125 pls., some in col. Spec. Rep. of the Service of Antiquities. GGC. 1924-8

1433. Beacon Fires of Old Korea. Rev. E.W. Koons. TKRAS XVI 46-52, map. 1925

1434. ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCHES ON THE ANCIENT LO-LANG DISTRICT. 1 vol. text in Japanese & 2 vols, containing 250 pls., a few in col. Spec. Rep. of the Service of Antiquites. GGC. 1925-7

1435. Les Dolmens de la Coree. Riuzo Torii. MRDTB Sen B. No. 1, 93-100, illus. 3pls., map. 1926

1436. Deux grandes Decouvertes archeologiques en Coree. Sueji Umehara. Trans, by S. Elisseev. Rev. des Arts Asiatiques III 24-33, illus. 6 pls. P. 1926

(Lolang & Keishu discoveries, especially lacquer ware & gold crowns.)

1437. Memoir of Historic Remains in Keishu (Kyung-ju). pp. 55, illus. 27 pls. Text in Jap. & Eng. S. 1926

1438. Das grosse Konigsgrab Yangwon’s: Ein Beitrag zur koreanischen Kunstgeschichte. P. Andreas Eckardt. OZ XIII 64-9, illus. 2 pls. 1926 [page171]

1439. THE CONJUGAL TOMB OF RYOSAN (RYO- SAN FUFU CHO). 1 vol. text in Japanese & vol pls. Spec. Rep. of the Service of Antiquities. GGC. 1927

1440. Studies on the Sites and Remains of the Ancient Bead-Workers in the Province of Idzumo. K.Hamada, S. Shimada & S. Umehara. pp. 150, illus. 43 pls. Rep. of the Archaeol. Inst., Kyoto Imp. Univ. Ky. 1927

(Deals also with jade magatama found in Korea.)

1441. Der Zodiakal-Tierkreis in der koreanischen Kunst des 9. Jahrhunderts. P. Andreas Eckardt. OZ XIV 189- 95, illus. 3 pls. 1927

1442. ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCHES ON THE ANCIENT KOKURI DISTRICT. T. Sekino, S. Yatsui, S. Kuriyama, T. Oba, K. Ogawa, T. Tanaka, T. Nomori. 2 vols, containing 222 pls. (6 in col.) & 5 maps. Text in Japanese. Spec. Rep. of the Service of Antiquites. GGC. 1929-30

1443. P’i-tzu-wo: Prehistoric Sites by the River Pi-liu- ho, South Manchuria. Kosaku Hamada. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. 69 pls. & 42 pp. or illus. Archaeologia Orientalis I. (Although strictly outside the boundaries of Korea, these excavations, together with others described in later volumes of this series, have an important bearing on Korean archaeology and are therefore included herein.) T.1929

1444. An Outline of Recent Japanese Archaeological Research in Korea in its Bearing upon Early Japanese History. G.B. Sansom. TASJ Second Ser. VI 5-19, illus.

(A valuable study on Japanese researches reported in the annual reports of the Service of Antiquities, dealing mainly with excavations of Han remains in Southern Korea). 1929

1445. Ausgrabungen der Japaner in Korea. Dr. H. Th. Bossert, Atlantis I 249-53, illus B. 1929

1446. LO-LANG: A REPORT ON THE EXCAVATION [page172] OF WANG HSU’S TOMB IN THE ‘LO-LANG’ PROVINCE, AN ANCIENT CHINESE COLONY IN KOREA. Yoshito Harada & Kingo Tazawa. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. 128 pls., several in col. (A monumental study of an important excavation.) T. 1930

1447. Statuettes funeraires de Coree, Alfred Salmony. Cahiers d’Art V 375-8 P. 1930

1448. Mu-yang-ch’eng: Han and Pre-Han Sites at the Foot of Mount Lao-t’ieh in South Manchuria. Yoshito Harada & K. Komai. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. 72 pls. (3 in col.) & 45 other illus. Archaeologia Orientalis II. T. 1931 (Important bearing on Korean archaelogy).

1449. Rediscovered Glories of Korean Art. Helen Elizabeth Fernald. Asia XXXI 788-95, 799- 802, illus, (An excellent popular introduction to some of the main fields of Korean archaeology, especially the Lolang, Kokuri & Keishu tombs.) N.Y. 1931

1450. Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf as a Promoter of Archaeological Research. Bull. Mus. Far Eastern Antiquities IV 1-14 (K: 11-12) St. 1932

1451. L’Influence des Civilisations continentales sur l’Age de Pierre au Japon. Jiujiro Nakaya. Rev. des Arts Asiatiques VII 141-55, illus., map. P. 1932

1452. Nan-shan-li: Brick Tombs of the Han Dynasty at the Foot of Lao-Tieh-shan, near Port Arthur. S. Shimada & Kosaku Hamada. Text in Japanese with English summary. illus. 54 pls. (3 in col.) Archaeologia Orientalis III.(Important bearing on Lolang and Korean archaeology.) T. 1933

1453. STUDIEN ZUR KUNST DER HAN-ZEIT: Die Ausgrabungen von Lo-lang in Korea. Josef Strzygowski [page173] zum 70 Geburtstag gewidmet. Wiener Beitrage zur Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte Asiens Vll (1931-32). pp. 96, illus. V. 1933

1454. Schamanenkronen zur Han-Zeit in Korea. C. Hentze. OZ XIX 156-63, illus. 2 pls. 1933

1455. Ausgrabungsbericht uber den Muschelhaufen Tosando auf der Insel Maki-no-Shima, Sudkorea. S. Yokoyama. Shizengaku Zasshi IV 1-50, 7. (Text in Japanese with German Summary). 1933

1456. STUDY ON THE ANCIENT TILES OF THE SILLA DYNASTY, KOREA. Kosaku Hamada & Sueji Umehara. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. 76 pls. Rep. Archaeol. Inst. Kyoto Imp. Univ. XIII. Ky. 1934

1457. THE TOMB OF PAINTED BASKET OF LOLANG. Akio Koizumi & Kosaku Hamada. Text in Jaapanese with English summary, illus. 131 pls., several in coL Detailed Rep. of ArchaeoL Res. L Ky. 1934

(A comprehensive study of the excavation of the Painted Basket, which is very fully illustrated.)

1458. Ying-cheng-tzu: The Han Brick Tomb with Fresco-paintings near Chien-mu-cheng, South Manchuria. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. Archae ologia Orientalis IV. T. 1934

(Important bearing on Lolang and Korean archaeology.)

1459. On the Recent Investigations of the Han Tombs at the Ancient Lolang District, Korea. Kosaku Hamda. PIA X 191-4, illus. 1934

1460. Koreanische Dolmen. Fr. Kruger. Nordische Welt II Pt. 9, 1-12,illus. 1934

1461. THE TOMB OF WANG KUANG AND ANOT- [page174] HER TOMB OF LO- LANG, being a Report of the Excavations in the Season of 1932 carried on by the Society for the Study of Korean Antiquites. Tsunekichi Oba & Kamejiro Kayamoto. Text in Japanese with English summary, illus. 100 pls., several in col. Detailed Rep. of Archaeol. Res. II. Ky. 1935

1462. CATALOGUE OF ANCIENT TILES from the Lolang and Kokuri Districts. (Rakuro oyobi Kokuri Kogwa Zufu). Selected from Mr, Morooka’s Collection. Ed. Prof. Sueji Umehara. Portfolio containing 43 pis. & text in Japanese. Ky. 1935

1463. Excavation of the Mud-Castle at Lolang. Yoshito Harada. PIA XI 207-9, illus. 1935

1464. SELECT SPECIMENS OF THE REMAINS FOUND IN THE TOMB OF PAINTED BASKET. Portfolio containing 18 pls. (in col.) & text in Japanese. Ky. 1465. 1936

1466. Les Fouilles en Coree: la Tombe du Panier peint. Charles Haguenauer. Rev. des Arts Asiatiques X 143-60, illus. 8 pls. (Based on No. 1457) P. 1936

1467. REMAINS OF KAO-KOU-LI IN CHI-AN HSIEN, MANCHOUKUO. Hiroshi Ikeuchi. Text in Japanese. illus. 33 pls. with English titles. T. 1936

1468. Scenery of Keishu. 1936

1469. BUKKOKU-JI TEMPLE AND SEKKUTSUAN CAVE IN KEISHU, CHOSEN. Portfolio containing 76 pls. & introductory text in Japanese; list of plates in English. T. 1938

1469. TUNG KOU: THE ANCIENT SITE OF KAO KOU-LI IN CHI-AN DISTRICT, T’UNG- HUA PROVINCE, MANCHOUKUO: VOL. I. Hiroshi Ikeuchi. English summary by Jiro Harada. pp. xvii, 116 (Jap.): [page175] xi, 25(Eng.); illus. 62 pls. T. & Hsin-ching.1938

Rev. in Bull. Eastern Art No. 15, 23-6, illus. T. (1941)

1470. Report of Diggings at Dokantin, the Coast of the River Toman, Korea. S. Tokunaera & T. Mori.Rep. First Sci. Exped. Manchoukuo, June/Oct. 1933. Sec. II Pt. 4. 1939

1471. T’UNG KOU: KAO-KOU-LIAN TOMBS WITH WALL PAINTINGS IN CHI-AN DISTRICT, TUNG-HUA PROVINCE, MANCHOUKUO: VOL IL Hiroshi Ikeuchi & Sueji Umehara. English summary by JiroHarada•pp. xiv, 87 (Jap.); xv, 27 (Eng.); illus. 103 pls. T. & Hsinching. 1940

Rev. in Bull. Eastern Art No. 15, 23-6, illus. T. (1941)

1472. Kao-chu-li Tombs. K. Komai. Manchoukuo No. 2,22-4, illus. Hsinking. 1940

1473. The Old Mounds of Tsian. Kao Tsun-Yi. Eastern Asia I No. 3, 32-40, illus. T. 1941

1474. Magnificent Tombs of Old Chi-an. Koichi Innami. Tourist & Travel News XXIX No. 11, 16-19, illus. T. 1941

1475. BUDDHIST ROCK-SCULPTURES ON SOUTH MOUNTAIN, KEISHU (KEISHU NAN-ZAN NO BU-TSEKI). T. Oba, etc. Text in Japanese, pp. 9, 87, illus. Ill pls., map. Chosen Homotsu Koseki Zuroku II. 1941

1476. Archaeology of Korea: A Selected Bibliography. Gordon W. Hewes. pp. 18,map & list of culture periods. RMK Ser. F., No. 1. (A useful publication, giving particulars of articles in Japanese as well as Western journals.) 1947

1477. Two Old Silla Tombs: A Preliminary Report on [page176] an Excavation in Kyongju in 1946. Chewon Kim. Artibus Asiae X No. 3, 169-92, illus. 26 figs. (1 in col). Ascona. 1947

1478. TWO OLD SILLA TOMBS: HO-U TOMB AND SILVER BELL TOMB. Chewon Kim. pp. 31 (Eng.), 66 (Korean), illus. 54 pls. Rep. of the Res. of Antiquities of the Nat’l Mus. of Korea, Vol. I. S. 1948 (A competent study but rather poorly produced.) Rev. in FEQ VIII 486ᅳ8 by Benjamin Weems (1949)

1479. A Little-known Temple in South Korea and its Treasures: A Preliminary Reconnaissance. Helen B. Chapin. Artibus Asiae XI No. 3, 189-205, illus. 4 figs. Ascona. 1948 (Account of Ch’ongnyangsa, near Haeinsa).




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