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Korean ceramics reading list

Choi, Sunu and Hasebe, Gakuki, Sekai tôji zenshû (Ceramic Art of the World, volume 18, Koryô Dynasty). Tokyo: Shogakukan, l978

Gompertz, G. St. G.M., Korean Celadon. London: Faber & Faber, l963

Gompertz, G. St. G.M., Korean Pottery and Porcelain of the Yi Period. London: Faber & Faber, l968

Griffing, Robert P., The Art of the Korean Potter: Silla, Koryô, Yi. (Exhibition Catalogue) New York: Asia House Gallery, l968

Hayashiya, Seizo and Chung, Yangmo, Sekai tôji zenshû (Ceramic Art of the World, volume 19, Yi Dynasty). Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1980

Honey, W.B., Corean Pottery. London: Faber & Faber, 1947

Itoh, Ikutarô and Mino, Yutaka, The Radiance of Jade and the Clarity of Water; Korean Ceramics from the Ataka Collection. New York: The Art Institute of Chicago and Hudson Hills, l99l

Kim, Wonyong and Okazaki, Takashi, Sekai tôji zenshû (Ceramic Art of the World, volume 17, Korean Prehistoric and Ancient Periods). Tokyo: Shogakukan, l979

McKillop, Beth, Korean Art and Design: The Samsung Gallery of Korean Art. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, l992

Rackham, Bernard, Catalogue of the Le Blond Collection of Corean Pottery, Victoria and Albert Museum. London: H.M.S.O., l9l8

Rhee, Byung-Chang et al, Masterpieces of Korean Art (3 volumes: History of Korean Art, Koryô Ceramics, Yi Ceramics). Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, l978

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