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Re: Chinese scrolls

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Louise (
Thu, 23 Oct 1997 08:37:28 -0400

>Greetings to the list!
>I have a request. I teach elementary art during the school year; but
>during the summer, I work at the University art gallery as an intern for
>university credit. The gallery was given a gift of some scrolls,
>watercolors and some porcelein pieces about 12 years ago. Unfortunately,
>these were never recorded properly. I can probably find some good
>background information on similar pieces from the university library, but I
>wonder if anyone out there has some good connections or leads with people
>who have an interest in Chinese works of art? Besides researching these
>particular pieces for the gallery's use, I'm also putting together a
>curriculum guide for elementray art (and classroom) teachers to use along
>with the works. [The University gallery director is open to letting schools
>borrow some of the pieces!]
>So, if this is something you know about, or you know someone I can contact,
>please let me know at:
> artsmart.
>Thanks! Peggi B.

Peggi , The Univ. of Mich Museum of Art has an EXPERT on Chinese scrolls.
Check it out...WWW:

Louise in Mich.