International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0517533774 :, . 0. Hong Kong (China) Pictorial works. Personal Name: Worswick, Clark. Personal Name: Spence, Jonathan D. Corporate Name: Asia House Gallery. Corporate Name: American Federation of Arts.
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Imperial China Photographs 1850-1912 combines photographs from that period with a smattering of the history of China and the history of photographers in China during that time. Both amateur and professional photographers are presented. The history is written with the usual Western spin on the events that took place in China during the decline of the Manchus and the abuse of the Chinese by the Allies. Near the end of the book is a thirteen page article written by Clark Worswick, titled "Photography in Imperial China". This article identifies various amateur, professional, and government photographers working in Imperial China, and tidbits of information about them. The book also includes an index of commercial and amateur photographers of China, 1846-1912, and a list of which collections supplied the photographs included in this book.
Collection of early photographs depicting the lives and customs of an ancient people and their exotic, often starkly beautiful, land. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want.
Imperial China: Photographs 1850-1912, historical texts by Clark Worswick and Jonathan Spence, with a foreword by Harrison Salisbury (1978). India: Pioneering Photographers:1850-1900 (2001). India Through the Lens:Photography 1840-1911 (2000). Japanische Photographie 1860-1929 (1993). Nihon shashin zenshu The Complete History of Japanese Photography. Singer, Noel . Burmah: A Photographic Journey, 1855-1925 (1993).
No current Talk conversations about this book. Black & White Photographs of people in China, Hong Kong, plus photographs of foreign merchants, landscapes and cities in these regions in the 19th Century.
Part of China's mysterious allure has stemmed from the fact that it remained virtually invisible to all but a handful o. .Imperial China : Photography, Eighteen Fifty to Nineteen Twelve. by Jonathan D. Spence and Clark Worswick. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.
Worswick, Clark and Jonathan Spence. Imperial China: Photographs 1850-1912 (New York: Pennwick Publishing, 1978). Picturing Hong Kong: Photography 1855-1910 (New York: Asia Society, 1997).
Find nearly any book by Clark Worswick. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Imperial China: Photographs, 1850-1912. ISBN 9780859675659 (978-0-85967-565-9) Softcover, Scolar Press, 1980. Find signed collectible books: 'Imperial China: Photographs, 1850-1912'. Kenro Izu: Sacred Places.
The Historical Precedents for Our New Relations with China, with Paul Cohen and Steven Levine. Washington, DC: East Asia Program, Wilson Center, 1980. The Death of Woman Wang. New York: Viking Press, 1978. Imperial China: Photographs, 1850–1912, historical texts with Clark Worswick. New York: Pennwick Publishing; distributed by Crown, 1978. Emperor of China: Self Portrait of K’ang Hsi.