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Japan's golden age : Momoyama

Author: Money L Hickman; Dallas Museum of Art.; et al
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press in association with Sun & Star 1996 and Dallas Museum of Art, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The history, culture, and aesthetics of the Momoyama period are explored by analyzing and reproducing masterpieces of artists in many media: paintings (including many superb screen paintings), sculpture, calligraphy, tea ceremony utensils, lacquerware, ceramics, metalwork, arms and armor, textiles, and Noh masks. A team of leading scholars and specialists in Japanese art contributes an introduction to each section  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Expositions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Money L Hickman; Dallas Museum of Art.; et al
ISBN: 0300068972 9780300068979 0300069006 9780300069006 0300094078 9780300094077
OCLC Number: 34564921
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at the Dallas Museum of Art, Sept. 8-Dec. 1, 1996.
Description: 320 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.
Contents: Sun & Star 1996 Supporters --
Japan's National Treasures --
Introduction / Money L. Hickman --
Catalogue. Portraiture / Christine Guth. Sculpture / John M. Rosenfield. Painting / Money L. Hickman. Calligraphy / John T. Carpenter. Tea Ceremony Utensils and Ceramics / Nicole C. Rousmaniere. Lacquer and Metalwork / Andrew J. Pekarik. Arms and Armor / Bruce A. Coats. Textiles / Christine Guth. Noh Masks / Andrew J. Pekarik --
Chronological Tables / Suzy Sloan Jones.
Responsibility: Money L. Hickman ... [et al.].

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The history, culture, and aesthetics of the Momoyama period are explored by analyzing and reproducing masterpieces of artists in many media: paintings (including many superb screen paintings), sculpture, calligraphy, tea ceremony utensils, lacquerware, ceramics, metalwork, arms and armor, textiles, and Noh masks. A team of leading scholars and specialists in Japanese art contributes an introduction to each section with an essay that places the individual works in a broader art-historical and cultural context. This beautiful book reproduces works of art from temples and private collections in Japan which have rarely been seen, as well as the most famous masterpieces of the major museums. It also serves as the catalogue of an exhibition held at the Dallas Museum of Art in cooperation with the Japan Foundation and Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs.

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