Title: Kokka No. 419, October 1925
Publication Date: 1925
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition..
31 pp., illustrations. One plate is in color and produced by chromoxylograph. Other 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 Fan-shaped Manuscripts of the Transcriptions from Hokekyô Sûtra in the Imperial Museum, Tôkyô / Yeiichi Matsumoto; An Interpretation of the Sculpture of the Jôgan Era, Part 2 / Yutaka Tasawa; On Books of Theoretical and Historical Studies of Painting Published in the Sung Dynasty, Part 5 / Seiichi Taki. Plates: 1 & 2) From the Fan-shaped Volume of Mss. Of the Transcriptions from the Hokekyô Sûtra 3) Han-Sh'an and Shih-Tê / Yin T'o-lo 4) Portrait of the Prelate Yeiyo Gyokuin 5) A Landscape / Chikuden Tanomura 6) A Procession / Utamaro Kitagawa 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # AMA070114-2
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