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  1. Vermaak bij de Kersenbloesem, Lucien van Valen en Menno Fitski, AK 17-1, pp 46-53

  2. The Matter of Tang Tomb Figures; A New Perspective on a Group of Terracotta Animals and Riders, Isabelle Garachon and Lucien van Valen, Rijksmuseum Bulletin, 2014/3

  3. Like a dancer, a review

  4. On the Production and Firing of 7th Century Chinese Reinforced Ceramic Horses and Camels, Lucien van Valen, Isabelle Garachon, and Loe Jacobs, 2013

  5. Gewapende paarden en kamelen, Isabelle Garachon en Lucien van Valen, AK 2012/3, pp15-24

  6. A Chinese scroll through time, IIAS Newsletter 59, 2012, p 20

  7. Scientific Examination of the traditional Materials and Techniques Used in Yuan Dynasty Wall painting, 2010, p 275 - 286

  8. The problem with art history, IIAS Newsletter 57, 2011, p 39

  9. Proceedings of The Second International Symposium of Conservation and Research of the Terra-cotta Army and Polychrome Cultural Relics, March 2009: pp 191-199, ‘The Matter of Chinese Painting’, Shanxisheng Wenwuju 2009/6 www.wenwu.gov.cn

  10. Walking Alone, Paintings by Li Jikai, 2008

  11. De werkelijkheid van Chinese schilders, 2007

  12. Parting the mists, IIAS Newsletter 44, 2007

  13. Leem met stro en lood met melkgoud, AK 2006/4

  14. An overview on the production and use of Chinese pigments, 2006

  15. The Matter of Chinese Painting, Case Studies of 8th Century Murals, 2005

  16. Tangmu Bihua Guojixueshu pp 445-451

  17. Twenty-five centuries of 'Body and Face in China' 2006; also at: IIAS NEWSLETTER 41, July 2006, p 28

  18. Materials in Chinese Painting, 2004

  19. Een unieke tentoonstelling in Shanghai, AK 2003/1

  20. Kijken naar restanten AK 2002/1

  21. Chinese kunst in Westerse ogen AK 2000/3

  22. Ghosts and Lovers on the Great Wall of China 1999

  23. Kleurstoffen in China scriptie 1997

  24. Kleur in China, China Nu, 1997/4, pp 24-26