COLLECTION OF FUNDAMENTAL DOCUMENTATION OF THE HISTORY OF JAPANESE SCULPTURE OF THE KAMAKURA PERIOD: INSCRIBED PIECES: VOLUME SIX. Nihon Chokokushi Kiso Shiryo Shusei: Kamakura Jidai: 6. Tokyo, 2008. 4, 238; 18, 208 pp. 1 colour and 205 pp. b/w plates. Numerous b/w text illustrations. 2 vols. 30x21 cm. Cloth.
GBP 350.00
Volume Six (of a projected series of 8) in this series of works examining all known inscribed examples of Kamakura period Japanese Buddhist sculpture. This volume examines a further 30 sculptures (listed as sculptures 167-196) from various Japanese collections and temples and which are extensively discussed in this volume with detailed black-and-white photography showing the sculptures from all angles and with many close-up shots. This sixth volume is in two parts - one volume of text and one of plates. Text in Japanese. An important study reference. Other volumes in the series are available.
Subjects: Sculpture
Available, as of: 20/09/2021
Was item 315 in printed List 201.
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