Square Wine Vessel Maker: Unknown

13th–11th century B.C.E.

Asian Art

Medium

Bronze

Dimensions

8 7/8 × 4 3/4 × 4 3/4 in. (22.5 × 12.1 × 12.1 cm)

Credit Line

Hobart and Edward Small Moore Memorial Collection, Gift of Mrs. William H. Moore

Accession Number

1955.1.2

Geography
Culture
Period

Shang dynasty (1600–1046 B.C.E.), Anyang phase (ca. 1300–1046 B.C.E.)

Classification
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Provenance

Provenance

Acquired by Mrs. William H. Moore (Ada Small Moore, 1858–1955), New York; bequeathed to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., 1955
Bibliography

  • Handbook of the Collections, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 1992), 284, ill.
  • Mimi Gardner Gates, The Communion of Scholars: Chinese Art at Yale, exh. cat. (New York: China House Gallery, 1982), 24–26, no. 3, pl. 61.
  • Mengjia Chen, A Corpus of Chinese Bronzes in American Collections, 1-2 (Tokyo: Kyu¯ko Shoin, 1977), 122, 209; 913, no. A644, vol. 1; vol. 2, ill.
  • Jung Keng, Shang chou i-ch'i t'ung-k'ao (The Bronzes of Shang and Chou) (Peking: Ha-fo Yen-ching she, 1973), no. 600.
  • George J. Lee, Selected Far Eastern Art in the Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1970), 3–4, no. 3, ill.
  • Margaret T. J. Rowe, "The Moore Collections at Yale," Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University 22, no. 2 (March 1956): 3.
  • Asia Society and Museum, "Oriental Art Recently Acquired by American Museums," Archives of the Chinese Art Society of America 10 (1956): 78.
  • J. LeRoy Davidson, "Three Bronzes in the Hobart and Edward Small Moore Memorial Collection," Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University 21, no. 2 (1955): 5, fig. 3–4.
  • Phyllis Ackerman, Ritual Bronzes of Ancient China (New York: The Dryden Press, 1945), pl. 61.
  • Florence Waterbury, Early Chinese Symbols and Literature: Vestiges and Speculations (New York: E. Weyhe, Inc., 1942), pl. 64.
  • Sueji Umehara, Kodoki keitai no kokogakuteki kenkyu (Kyoto: Toho Bunka Kenkyujo, 1940), no. 2, pl. 20.
  • Carl Hentze, Objets Rituels, Croyances, et Dieux de la Chine Antique et de l'Amerique (Antwerp, Belgium: Anvers, 1936), pls. 6a–b.
  • Alfred Salmony, "The Owl as an Ornament in Archaic Chinese Bronzes," Parnassus 6, no. 2 (1934): 23–25.
  • Sueji Umehara, Shina-kodo Seikwa (Osaka, Japan: Yamanaka & Company, 1933), pl. 42.

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