The lovely images in this rare collection comprise one of the most comprehensive surveys of mid-19th-century Japanese art and ornamentation. Included are graceful details from landscapes, floral motifs, abstracts, illustratons of sea life, and other subjects-ideal for use in a host of art and craft p... read more
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The lovely images in this rare collection comprise one of the most comprehensive surveys of mid-19th-century Japanese art and ornamentation. Included are graceful details from landscapes, floral motifs, abstracts, illustratons of sea life, and other subjects-ideal for use in a host of art and craft projects. Over 300 figures on 65 plates.
Unabridged republication of the edition published by B. T. Batsford, London, 1880.
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