Japanese Prints and Their Creators: A short story of Japanese colored prints - - the lives and the works of the great masters of the Ukiyo-Ye School

By: Leibowitz, Adolphe

Price: $20.00

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Book Condition: Very Good


Hardcover, light brown paper over boards over brown cloth spine, paper cover labels, 13 by 19.5 cm, 64 pp. including one color and three black and white plates. Some rubbing at the extremities, light wear to the boards, and a couple of faint drip marks on the front cover. Inscribed and signed on the dedication page, dated 1941, with the author’s address and phone number (just call Albany 8704) in pencil on the rear free endpaper. Includes a history of Japanese colored prints, the Ukiyo-e period and a list of its artists and the years they lived and worked, the process of Japanese woodblock engraving, and the influence of theatrical characters in Japanese art.

Title: Japanese Prints and Their Creators: A short story of Japanese colored prints - - the lives and the works of the great masters of the Ukiyo-Ye School

Author Name: Leibowitz, Adolphe

Categories: Art, Asia,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: [Chicago], Printed by The Shoreline Press [for the author]: 1935

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2925