Mori Art Museum: THE SMILE IN JAPANESE ART. From the Jomon Period to the Early Twentieth Century. Mori, 2007. 191 pp. Colour plates throughout. 1 foldout. 28x26 cm. Boards.
Catalogue of an interesting and varied exhibition at the Mori Art Museum examining the depiction of the smile and laughter in Japanese art from its beginnings right through to the Taisho period. Includes exhibits in many media but there is a concentration of paintings. A total of 99 exhibits, all illustrated in colour, and a dual Japanese and English text.
Subjects: Painting Art
Available, as of: 03/03/2020
Was item 492 in printed List 196.
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