Practical archive of 45 royalty-free designs adapted from watercolors, screens, kimonos, Noh drama costumes, wall hangings, more. Wide variety of stripes, allover patterns, nature scenes, grand sprays of flowers and tree branches, other clearly detailed designs suggesting subtle elegance of Japanese ... read more
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Practical archive of 45 royalty-free designs adapted from watercolors, screens, kimonos, Noh drama costumes, wall hangings, more. Wide variety of stripes, allover patterns, nature scenes, grand sprays of flowers and tree branches, other clearly detailed designs suggesting subtle elegance of Japanese art. Introduction. Captions.
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