McCormick, Melissa: TOSA MITSUNOBU AND THE SMALL SCROLL IN MEDIEVAL JAPAN. Seattle, 2009. 320 pp. 180 colour illus. 22x27 cm. Cloth.
The first full-length study on short-story small scrolls (ko-e), a complex and visually appealing form of early Japanese painting which emerged in the 14th century. Such scrolls illustrated short stories of personal transformation. A welcome contribution to the field.
Available, as of: 11/11/2017
Was item 468 in printed List 189.
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