Kokka No. 411, February 1925
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34 pp., illustrations. First plate is in color and produced by chromoxylograph. Subsequent plates are in black-and-white and produced by collotype. Large format (15x10.5x1/8 inches) Bound with 2 pieces of silk string. In Japanese with a 2-page summary in English. Articles: On the Picture Scroll illustrating the origin of the Deity Tenjin / Shizuya Fujikake; On the Image of Amida in the Saihô-in Temple, Part 4 (concluded) / Shôsaburô Maruo; A Protest against the Traditional Views as to the Origin and Meaning of the Garden of the Ryuan-ji Temple, Part 2 / Eisaku Toyama. Plates: 1) A Quail in the Winter Season 2 & 3) Picture Scroll illustrating the Origin of the Deity Tenjin 4) Landscape / Shûhô 5) The Country Life / Kwazan Watanabe 6) A Vase of Cloisonné Style 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # AMA063014-2
Title: Kokka No. 411, February 1925
Publication Date: 1925
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition..
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