China Trade: Paintings, Furnishings and Exotic Curiosities

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From the late 1700s, an increasing number of British, American and continental European sailing ships brought back ship loads of exotic objects which found a ready market in America and Europe. The insatiable interest in the Orient resulted in a large range of painters depicting everyday life in China, as well as portraits of both Chinese and Westerners. Among other objects brought back were furniture, silver, silk embroideries, lacquerware, clay figures, fans and wallpaper. New research has resulted in a detailed study in ...

China Trade: Paintings, Furnishings and Exotic Curiosities 1999, ACC Art Books, Woodbridge

ISBN-13: 9781851490967

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