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Título: EMAKI : JAPANESE PICTURE SCROLLS
Editorial: Tuttle, Rutland VT
Año de publicación: 1962
Condición del libro: NEAR FINE / VERY GOOD PLUS
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included
Edición: Stated First Edition.
Sumptuously illustrated survey of the elaborate narrative picture scrolls ("emaki") which flourished and attained perfection as well as popularity among all social classes in Japan from the tenth to the sixteenth century. Includes four fold-out plates, a dozen full color tipped in plates, and dozens of black and white photographic plates. 241 pp. Very slight edgewear to DJ. Tight, bright, and clean inside. Oversize paperback. N° de ref. de la librería 61512
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