Paintings of Ching Chih Yee No. 3

YEE, Ching-chih

Published by New York, 1965
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First edition. Large format (36 x 28 cm); 40 pp; illus. Purple perfect-bound wrappers with white Chinese characters and title in English to spine; some wear and dust-soiling to wrappers; crease to rear corner; author's inscription to inside rear wrapper. Typed promotional letter from the author tipped in. Foreword in Chinese and English; biography in English; portrait of the author in black & white; plates mainly in black & white, a few in color. Scarce in the trade. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Paintings of Ching Chih Yee No. 3
Publisher: New York
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Yee, Ching-chih, English forewords by Hu Shih and Lin Yutang.
Published by [1965-7]. (1965)
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Book Description [1965-7]., 1965. Illustrated by No. 3: 30 full-page reproductions (4 in color); No. 4: 38 full-page reproductions (4 in color. First thus edition. 2 volumes. Purple card wraps. Folio (35,5cm). pp. 40; 40. Very Good/Ex-Lib. College Library Bookplate with typed (Gift of Ching-chih Yee) in both volumes and usual accompaniments, No. 4 has circular watermark stains on rear cover, light joint rubbing on each cover, internally near fine. (Received by Forbes Library 7 April 1970). English foreword by Lin Yutang (June 30, 1965) with facsimile signature and HR chop (owner of extensive collection of Yee's works). Forewords in Chinese by Dr. C. P. Cheng, Prof. Y.Y. Pan, Prof. Chang Dai-Chien. The 4 numbers in series covers work from 1936-67. Note: No. 3 and No. 4 ONLY). Romanized text with Chinese titles (and publication information), contents and forewords rear or (left-to-right). In addition to many exhibitions through the American Federation of Art and private museums in the U.S., Yee also decorated Louise Crane's Magic Spear (1938) and designed porcelain for Castleton China. Bookseller Inventory # OWBPAI114748

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