Epochs of Chinese & Japanese Art: An Outline History of East Asiatic Design, Volume 1
Still regarded as a monumental survey of Eastern art, this comprehensive volume was intended for art collectors and general readers as well as travelers and scholars. It covers China and Korea in addition to Japan, and places a special emphasis on Buddhist influences.
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Idealistic Art in China Southern Sung
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