EAAF Lecture “Faked, Substituted, Expanded: Production and Consumption of White Porcelain Jars with Dragon Motif in 17th-18th c. Korea”
Speaker: Ms. In-hee SONG 송인희 宋仁熙 (Department of Art History, Ewha Womans University, Korea; Harvard-Yenching...
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