THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History
THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History

THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF JAPAN; An Appreciation and History

London: A. Siegle, 1904. First Edition. Full leather. (8) 85 pages. #15 of 150 un-numbered copies of the Large Paper Edition. Volume II of The Langham Series of Art Monographs. Illustrated, including a colored woodcut of Harunobu's "Capturing the Grasshopper" as frontispiece, tipped in; 13 other plates and in-text illustrations. Chronilogical list of artists, divided by Periods. Rebound (?) in brown leather with green silk front and rear pastedowns. 6" x 8 1/4". A handsome survey of Japanese prints, by Edward M. Strange, then Assistant Keeper in the Victoria and Albert Museum and Member of the Japan Society. Light abrasion to front cover; slight edgewear; faint staining to lower corners of several rear pages; Very Good Plus overall. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of books via media mail to any United States address. Near Fine. Item #1906

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