Near Fine. 351pp. Numerous color and b&w illus. Appendices, Glossary, Bibliography, Index. NF oversized paperback, museum membership gift sticker on copyright page, small corner creases to a couple of pages, very minor edgewear (otherwise Fine). Published in conjunction with the exhibition organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in cooperation with the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Japanese History, LACMA, November 15, 1992-February 7, 1993.
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Collectible-Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to-over 9"-12" Tall. A clean, crisp copy. First printing. Fine/Near Fine. Full cloth binding. 349pp. Dust jacket, with very slight shelf rubbing, offered in a new mylar cover. 262 full color illustrations. The narrow sleeved robe is the predecessor of the modern kimono. Book features kosode from Japan's most prestigious collections.
When Art Became Fashion by Gluckman and Takeada, Kosode in Edo-Period Japan, cloth, dust jacket, 352pp, 262 full color illustrations, the narrow sleeved robe is the predecessor of the modern kimono. book features kosode from Japan's most prestigious collections.
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