Japanese Art of the Edo Period

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This book offers an overview of the arts of the Edo period (1615-1868) as they developed in Kyoto, Edo, Osaka and Nagasaki. [2de hands]

Tweedehands > Lichte gebruikssporen

The Edo period saw the growth of an urban culture of extraordinary richness, sophistication and cultural diversity, and an unprecendented flowering of the arts, in painting, woodblock prints, ceramics, laquer and textiles. This book offers an overview of the arts of the Edo period as they developed in the imperial city of Kyoto, the shogun capital of Edo, the mercantile centre of Osaka and the cosmopolitan port of Nagasaki. Illustrated with the work of artists such as Korin, Utamaro and Hokusai, as well as with lesser-known artists of the time.

Auteur Christine Guth
Uitgever The Orion Publishing Group
Taal Engels  
Staat Tweedehands > Lichte gebruikssporen  
Jaar van uitgave 1996
Afmetingen 16,5 x 23,5 cm
Kenmerken Softback, 176 pagina's, Illustraties, Kleur
ISBN 9780297833703