Japan's Golden Age: Momoyama

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Yale University Press, 2002 - Art - 320 pages
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A time of dramatic social and political change, and of brilliant artistic innovation and achievement, the Momoyama period (1568 - 1615) was one of the most dynamic eras in Japanís history. This book displays spectacular Momoyama masterpieces in many media - paintings, sculpture, calligraphy, tea ceremony utensils, lacquerware, ceramics, metalwork, arms and armor, textiles, and Noh masks - and places each work of art into its historical and cultural context.

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Hickman is a specialist in Japanese Art and a former member of the curatorial staff of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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