Copy is good, hardcover, jacket shows mild wear and staining, binding is solid, unmarked text, pages show some tanning/age wear, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Hardback, Fine Minus in a Very Good, price clipped DJ, 1st edition; light wear to boards and slight bumping to top front board corner, mylar protected DJ has some wear, rubbing, edge creasing with small closed tear, and soiling to white back panel. Book presents the works of post World War II Japanese artists as shown at an exhibition held in New York, 136 illustrations with 16 in color, 4to., 116 pages.,
116 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition but dustjacket is worn and has tears in it. ART. The striking postwar shift from traditional styles of expression and the lively developments in contemporary Japanese art are presented in this book. Issued in conjunction with the largest exhibition of contemporary Japanese painting and sculpture ever to be presented in the United States. It surveys work done between 1960 and 1965 by forty-six Japanese artists, many now resident outside their native land, and all identifieable with international currents in art. (Key Words: Japanese Art, Japanese Painting, Japanese Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, MOMA, William S. Lieberman, Dorothy C. Miller).
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