CARP: Chinese Art - Research into Provenance

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AHRB Funded
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University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow

Developed by HATII
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Website content written by:
Nick Pearce
Project Director and Senior Lecturer, Department of History of Art,
University of Glasgow.
Liz Hancock
Research Assistant and Lecturer, Department of History of Art,
University of Glasgow.

Digitisation and data upload:
Olivia Rickman
Multimedia Consultant, Department of History of Art,
University of Glasgow.

Website, database and content management system designed and developed by:
Brian Aitken
Website Developer, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII),
University of Glasgow.

The Project is indebted to the following people and organisations for their assistance, for allowing access and for providing information:

  • Mark O'Neill, Ellen McAdam, Martin Bellamy, Vivien Hamilton, Emma Leighton, Winnie Tyrrell at Glasgow Museums
  • Dominic Jellinek
  • Stacey Pierson and staff at the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, University of London
  • Peter Hardie
  • Roger Keverne
  • Lucy Morton, Partridge Fine Arts, London
  • Linda McLeod and Marjke Booth, Christie's Archive, London
  • Hajni Elias and staff at Sotheby's Chinese Art Department, London
  • V&A Archives, London
  • Sandra Penketh, Lady Lever Art Gallery, National Museums, Liverpool
  • National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
  • The British Library
  • National Library of Scotland
  • National Library of Wales
  • National Archives, London
  • Julia I. Armstrong-Totten, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
  • Hilary McEwan, Central Library, Imperial College, London
  • Lindy Brewster and staff at The Oriental Museum, University of Durham
  • Rosemary Scott, Christie's, London
  • John R. Finlay, Norton Museum of Art
  • Central Catalog, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • Jenni Spencer-Davies and staff at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
  • The National Trust
  • National Art Collections Fund
  • Kate Newnham, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
  • Jean Martin, Oriental Ceramic Society, London
  • Sue Superville, Te Papa, Museum of New Zealand
  • Tracey Wedge, Auckland Museum
  • Frances Fowle
  • Jan van Campen, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  • Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, The Arnhold Collection, Dresden/New York

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