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Academic Research

Knothe 2015: Florian Knothe, ‘Chinese Bronze Crosses: A Jingjiao Phenomenon of the Middle Ages’, in Orientations, 46(5), 60-63.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'A Short History of Asian and European Eighteenth-Century Glass and its Non-Destructive Comparative Analysis', in A.M .Post:, 111, 82-85.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'From Tianshan To Bai Jiang: My Life as a Painter', in A.M .Post:, 112, 18-19.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'Pablo Picasso's Ceramic Oeuvre', in A.M .Post:, 110, 14-15.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'Chinese Huanghuali and Zitan Furniture and its influeence over European Designs', in A.M .Post:, 109, 10-11.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'Refuse the Shadows of the Past: Austrian Art Made in China', in A.M .Post:, 108, 10-11.

Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'Reflections on Color: Artist's Theory and Perception', in A.M .Post:, 106, 14-15.

  Knothe 2014: Florian Knothe, 'Treasures, Traditions and Transformations: UMAG at Sixty’, in Orientations, 45(2), 163-164.

  Research and Teaching Aids

Education worksheets for the following exhibition are available upon request, please fill out the request form here.

Objectifying China: Ming and Qing Dynasty Ceramics and Their Stylistic Influences Abroad

Ifugao Sculpture: Expressions in Philippine Cordillera Art

Picturing the Bauhaus: Erich Consemüller's Photography of the World's Most Famous Design School (English version only)

Art of the Iron Brush: Bamboo Carvings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties

From Paris to Venice: A photographic journey by Willy Ronis

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