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The Heibonsha survey of Japanese art.

Publisher: New York : Weatherhill/Heibonsha, ©1971-1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st English edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 6471939
Description: 31 volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: V. 1. Major Themes in Japanese Art --
v. 2. The Beginnings of Japanese Art --
v. 3. Shinto Art: Ise and Izumo Shrines --
v. 4. Asuka Buddhist Art: Horyu-ji --
v. 5. Nara Buddhist Art: Todai-ji --
v. 6. The Silk Road and the Shoso-in --
v. 7. Temples of Nara and Their Art --
v. 8. Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism --
v. 9. Heian Temples: Byodo-in and Chuson-ji --
v. 10. Painting in the Yamato Style --
v. 11. Sculpture of the Kamakura Period --
v. 12. Japanese Ink Painting --
v. 13. Feudal Architecture of Japan --
v. 14. Momoyama Decorative Painting --
v. 15. Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony --
v. 16. Japanese Costume and Testile Arts --
v. 17. Momoyama Genre Painting --
v. 18. Edo Painting: Sotatsu and Korin --
v. 19. The Namban Art of Japan --
v. 20. Edo Architecture: Katsura and Nikko --
v. 21. Traditional Domestic Architecture --
v. 22. Traditional Woodblock Prints --
v. 23. Japanese Painting in the Literati Style --
v. 24. Modern Currents in Japanese Art --
v. 25. Japanese Art in World Perspective --
v. 26. Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan --
v. 27. The Art of Japanese Calligraphy --
v. 28. The Garden Art of Japan --
v. 29. The Art of Japanese Ceremics --
v. 30. Japanese Art: A Cultural Appreciation--
v. 31. General Index.

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