South-east Asian Ceramics: Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer : from the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia
Oxford University Press, 1995 - Art - 196 pages
This book provides an introduction to the glazed ceramic traditions of Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam - their origins and distinctive stylistic and technical character - as well as a presentation of 313 fine pieces from the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia.
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