Reading List

Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, Power Dressing Textiles for Rulers and Priests from the Chris Hall Collection, ACM, 2006

Bartholomew, Terese Tse, Hidden Meanings in Chinese Art, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2006

Chung, Yang Young, Silken Threads: A History of Embroidery in ChinaKoreaJapan, and Vietnam, Harry N. Abrams, 2005

Dickenson, Gary and Linda Wrigglesworth, Imperial Wardrobe, 1990

Garrett, Valery M., Mandarin Squares, Oxford University Press, 1990

Garrett, Valery M., Chinese Clothing, An Illustrated Guide, Oxford University Press, 1994

Jackson, Beverley and David Hugus, Ladder to the Clouds, Ten Speed Press, 1999

Rutherford, Judith and Jackie Menzies, Celestial Silks: Chinese Religious and Court Textiles, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia, 2004

Rutherford, Judith, “Annamese Insignia Rank Badges from Vietnam,” in Arts of Asia, v. 36, no. 5, Sept.-Oct. 2006, pp. 118-128.

Vollmer, John E., Ruling from the Dragon Throne, Ten Speed Press, 2002

Yang, Sunny, Hanbok, The Art of Korean Clothing, Hollym, 1997

The following articles by Schuyler V. R. Cammann:

“Other Mandarin Squares: Korean, Annamese and Unfamiliar Examples, Arts of Asia, March-April 1992, pp. 115-126

“Birds and Animals as Ming and Ch”ing Badges of Rank,” in Arts of Asia, May-   June 1991 pp. 88-94

“Embroidery Techniques in Old China,” Archives of the Chinese Art Society of America, XVL, 1962

“Some Strange Ming Beasts,” Oriental Art, New Series, v. ii, no. 3, 1956

“Ming Festival Symbols,” Archives of the Chinese Art Society of America, VII, 1953

“Chinese Mandarin Squares,” Bulletin University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, v.17, no. 3, May-Dec 1951-53

“Development of Mandarin Squares” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, v. III, August 1944, pp. 71-130

“Notes on the Development of Mandarin Squares,” The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club, v. 26, no. 1, 1942

“Making of China’s Dragon Robes,” T”oung Pao, v. XL, nos. 4 & 5, pp. 305-308