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Question about reference material for Jing, Yue, Lu Schools

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« Reply #20 on: April 08, 2013, 05:06:29 am »

Dear all,

There is an interesting book published in August 1992 and it is an overview of the ceramics and glass trades of Zibo ( 淄博 ) in Shandong. I attached the front cover of the book which I bough some years ago. It was compiled by the Zibo city's Committee for Research of Historical Materials and published by the Shandogn University.
In the section on Glass, there is a substantial write-up on IP and IP artists of Shandong ( Lu School ). Some interesting accounts I did not know before.
One account is related to Bi Rong Jiu ( 毕荣九 ). Bi has a disciple called 袁永谦 (Yuan Yong Qian ) [ 1885 - 1938 ] who mastered Bi's style and used to produced IP bottles for around 10 years for a glass supplier known as 仁和成料货庄 ( Ren He Cheng Glass Supply Store ). Because of the price appreciation of Bi Rong Jiu bottles after he died, the Ren He Cheng store , for the purpose of profiteering, ever let Yuan to sign bottles Yuan painted in Bi Rong Jiu's style ( i.e. faking Bi's work ) ! Bi Rong Jiu died in 1925.

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Yes, Yuan Yong Qian has been brought up before...

Like other student artist, the way I have come to understand is that the students signed their Master artists signature, but out of respect.. Not intended to be faking..

I would be interested to know some of the details within the book as related to Shandong glass trades, and information about early bottles supplied to the Shandong school..
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« Reply #21 on: April 08, 2013, 05:12:11 am »

Dear Inn Bok,
      Thank you for sharing this info. Is there more available, as George asked?
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Joey
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« Reply #22 on: April 14, 2013, 05:43:41 am »

Dear George and Joey,

I will see where to start translating the sections containing information of interest to you.
Being an official publication, there's indeed a lot of information.

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« Reply #23 on: April 14, 2013, 07:06:06 am »

Dear Inn Bok,
    Thank you very much. Well appreciated.
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  Joey
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« Reply #24 on: April 14, 2013, 03:48:33 pm »

Dear George and Joey,

I will see where to start translating the sections containing information of interest to you.
Being an official publication, there's indeed a lot of information.

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Inn Bok

Yes, thank you very much  Smiley
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