Near fine in near fine jacket. Frontispiece, and illustrated profusely with glossy color photographs, some of which are double-paged. 171pp. 4to, black cloth, d.w. (bottom edge very lightly faded, top edge of d.w. creased). Seattle: Kagedo Japanese Art, (1998). A near fine copy. Catalogue by Jeffery Cline & William Knospe, to accompany the exhibition at the Kagedo Japanese Art gallery in Seattle, in 1998.
VG-/VG-, small white sticker on both DJ and front cover. Black cloth/greenish-gold DJ. 171 pp. 160 color plates, 4 fold-outs. Presents 160 pieces of Japanese art relating to the tradition of viewing the moon. The illustrated catalogue addresses 160 pieces, with light annotations following. Includes objects from many centuries and many mediums, as well as a price list. Also includes bibliography.
Near Fine in near fine jacket. Revised edition, 1998. Large quarto, cloth hardcover in dust jacket, 171 pp., heavily illustrated (much in color, a fold-out), clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Near Fine dust jacket, light wear to the edges of some pages, minor age-toning to the covers, a bit of discoloration and edgewear to the dust jacket. Dust jacket housed in archival dust jacket protector.
New. Book. 10 x 13.5 In 171 Pages. This beautiful catalog presents a selection of Japanese art offered by the Kagedo Gallery of Seattle. The objects include a wide range of categories, including bronzes, ceramics, ivory, costumes, painting, natural root carving, basketry and lacquer. Each piece manifests a sense of individuality and carries a powerful visual statement.
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