BFAC

AcronymDefinition
BFACBaltimore's Finest Auto Club (Maryland)
BFACBlue Flag Augmentee Course
BFACBattlefield Functional Area Computer
BFACBiologic Finance and Access Council
BFACBattery Field Artillery Chief (USMC)
BFACBattlefield Analysis Cell
BFACBritish Freestyle Aerobatics Championship (UK Radio Control Model Aerobatics Championship)
BFACBeaumaris Fathers Activity Club (Australia)
BFACBuy from a Christian (commercial online forum)
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Nine years later, another BFAC member, Percival David, donated another important Chinese ceramic to the museum, a Daoist shrine of the early Ming dynasty, dated by inscription to 1406 (Fig.
This painting, which is about to go on display in the China gallery for the first time, was acquired with the aid of the National Art Collections Fund (today the Art Fund), which has itself played an important role in collecting Chinese art since its foundation in 1903 by members of the BFAC.
The BFAC staged exhibitions of Chinese ceramics in both the late 19th century and the early 20th century, which created new audiences for Chinese objects--most notably, studio potters and modernists.