This is Volume 11, Huihuabian Qingdai Huihua (Part 3 of 3), of 21 volumes on Chinese painting from the series Zhongguo meishu quanji, often translated as The Complete Works of Fine Chinese Art, sometimes rendered as Treasury of Chinese Fine Arts. Thus this is the third of three volumes about Qing Dynasty Paintings. Presumed first printing, Shanghai, 1988. This is not a bilingual edition. This volume is in Chinese only, not in English. Published by the Editorial Committee of Zhongguo Meishu Quanji. Gorgeous iridescent blue silk-like binding, with crisp gilt-stamped lettering to the spine and blind-stamped design the front board. 11.5 x 8.75 inches. Unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. Text block firmly bound in. 20 numbered pages of text followed by 206 pages of color plates, followed by 78 pages of annotations on the plates and including B&W illustrations. All pages are of semi-glossy, heavy stock. An immensely clean copy, and quite tight. Almost certainly unread. With a lovely pictorial DJ, unclipped. Minor rubbing to the DJ. Housed in a medium-duty full-pictorial slipcase. A Fine copy in a Near Fine DJ in a Very Good Plus slipcase. Rare in any condition. The complete series comprises: huihua bian (painting), 21 volumes; diaosu bian (sculpture), 13 volumes; gongyi meishu (works of art), 12 volumes; and index. Additional volumes in the series may have been subsequently published.