A feast for the eyes
The Wong Collection of Chinese art and antiquities at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, now some 248 pieces, is a timeline of man’s involvement with the materials around him — clay, minerals, wood, metals — from the earliest known civilizations in China in Neolithic times, dating back some 9,000 years, to today.
This is a fascinating story of man’s progress both artistically and technically.
7000BC and beyond
Patsy Hollis surveys a remarkable collection of ceramics and other artefacts spanning the history of China from the Neolithic era to today, which has now found a permanent home in Tasmania. Feast your eyes here.
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