Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955. Americana - 20th Century - Art - China -, nner.
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955
Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955

Chinese Paintings from the Witter Bynner Collection Lent By the Roswell Museum Arizona Art Foundation Scottsdale February 15 to March 20, 1955

Scottsdale, AZ: Arizona Art Foundation, 1955. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Item #027787

(16) pages; illustrated in black and white. With a "Personal Memoranda Concerning the Collection" by Witter Bynner. The director of the Arizona Art Foundation, Lew Davis, contributed a short introduction and appreciation; the Acknowledgment notes that one of the robes on display was lent by the Mandarin Shop of Scottsdale and that 'Many of the gallery notes were prepared with the assistance of Mr. Cecil Lockhart-Smith.' Catalogue was produced by Robert G. Dillon; printed by Land-O-Sun printers Scottsdale; engravings by Magna-Plate Engravers, Inc. Phoenix. Witter Bynner (1881 - 1968) poet and playwright, "... had developed an interest in Chinese T'ang poetry as a consequence of a trip to the Orient..." and learned to speak Chinese, collecting art and artifacts from that culture. (Ann T. Keene in the ANB) Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" size; illustrated and titled in black, polished stapled red paper softcover. A couple of pages darkened as if from an old laid-in; light wear and in very good condition.

Price: $65.00