Tokyo National Museum: GOLD & SILVER. The Brilliance of Japanese Art. Tokyo, 1999. xxii, 321 pp. 222 pp. colour plates. 30x21 cm. Paper.
A fine exhibition showing the use of gold and silver in Japanese art from the Yayoi period through to the Edo as used in a wide variety of archaeological objects and art works including paintings, screens, Buddhist sculptures, decorative art, textiles etc. and employing such methods as gilding, imprinted leaf and inlay. A total of 276 exhibits. Caption list and introductions in English, otherwise Japanese text only.
Subjects: Gold Silver
Available, as of: 20/05/2019
Was item 175 in printed List 195.
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