San Francisco: Society of Chinese Arts and Literature, 2007. 145p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches; text mostly in Chinese. Thoroughly illustrated collection of the Taiwan-born artist's work, with reprints of photos and newspaper clippings documenting her life. She was 88 at the time of publication.
Boulder: Blue Poppy Press, 1989. Paperback. ix, 84p., preface, introduction, conclusion, appendix on alcohol, nicotine, drugs and coffee, footnotes, illustrations and calligraphy, very good first edition trade paperback in maroon wraps. Prevention program based on Chinese medicine (see Young, The AIDS dissidents).
Xi'an: Shaanxi renmin meishu chubanshe, 1981. 200p., very good hardcover, dj slightly sun-faded at spine. Facsimile reprints of Tang dynasty poems done in Gao’s calligraphy. Gao worked as a curator and researcher at the Shaanxi Provincial Museum, but his calligraphy became famous in its own right.
no city, Japan: co-published by Cast Iron Gallery, New York, 1991. Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries including a fullpage color photo of artist at work, texts in Japanese and English, 65 numbered fullpage plates most in b&w, softbound in 9.5 inch-square metallic gold frenchfold wraps. Externally mildly edgeworn, within find a seller's...
San Jose, CA: Huo Jiguang xian sheng jiang xue ji jin hui, 1998. xxi, 291 p., very good in wraps, text in Chinese. Autobiography of the Chinese calligrapher, who came to the US and founded the Chinese Cultural Center in Hyde Park and the Chinese Cultural Academy in Evanston. Includes...