Apostles in England: Sir James Thornhill and the Legacy of Raphael's Tapestry Cartoons Architect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban Architecture in Print: Design and Debate in the Soviet Union 1919–1935, Selections from the Collection of Stephen Garmey Arte Povera: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection Brushed Voices: Calligraphy in Contemporary China Common Love, Aesthetics of Becoming Edward Koren: The Capricious Line Experiments in the Everyday: Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts—Events, Objects, Documents Goddess, Heroine, Beast: Anna Hyatt Huntington's New York Sculpture, 1902-1936 Guide to Phlamoudhi Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964 Mastering McKim's Plan: Columbia's First Century on Morningside Heights Moscow: City, Spectacle, Capital of Photography The New Acropolis Museum The Old World Builds the New: The Guastavino Company and the Technology of the Catalan Vault, 1885–1962 Paris as Gameboard: Man Ray's Atgets Percival Goodman: Architect, Planner, Teacher, Painter Pictures for Books: Photographs by Thomas Roma "Please, teach me..." Rainer Ganahl and the Politics of Learning The Post-Pre-Raphaelite Print: Etching, Illustration, Reproductive Engraving, & Photography in England in and around the 1860s Reflection: Seven Years in Print—The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies Restoring Byzantium: The Kariye Camii in Istanbul & the Byzantine Institute Restoration Revolutions: A Century of Makonde Masquerade in Mozambique Robert Moses and the Modern City: The Transformation of New YorkRobert Smithson Unearthed: Drawings, Collages, Writings Sexual Difference: Both Sides of the Camera Social Forces Visualized: Photography and Scientific Charity, 1900-1920 Treasures Rediscovered: Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University The Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz Unfaded Pageant: Edwin Austin Abbey's Shakespearean Subjects Victorian Pleasures: American Board and Table Games of the Nineteenth Century from the Liman Collection
Treasures Rediscovered: Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University

Treasures Rediscovered
Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University

Leopold Swergold, Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu, et al.
Wallach Art Gallery, 2008
14 1/2 x 11 1/2", 125 pp., 106 illus., 66 in color
ISBN 1-884919-21-9, Cloth, out of print

Treasures Rediscovered focuses on a group of 22 stone devotional objects and architectural fragments that collectively represent major developments in Chinese religion and mortuary culture, from the Han (206 BCE–220 CE) through the Tang dynasty (618–907). The major emphasis is on works from the sixth century, a period of great intellectual ferment and artistic transformation, above all in the Buddhist arts. The sculptures included range from a small personal votive icon to large temple carvings. The majority are Buddhist icons in various formats, objects of devotion that were installed in temples and cave chapels.

Leopold Swergold is a trustee of the Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution. Other contributors include Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu, Stanley K. Abe, Wendi Leigh Adamek, Dorothy C. Wong, Annette L. Juliano, Cary Y. Liu, Elinor Pearlstein, and Diana P. Rowan.