Oriental Architecture II: China, Korea, Japan

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Rizzoli Publications, 1989 - Architecture - 220 pages
Photographs, plans, diagrams, and historical and critical commentaries review the architectural developments, styles, and monuments of India and Ceylon, Indochina and Indonesia, the Himalayan region, Central Asia, China, Korea, and Japan

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Chapter Two CENTRAL ASIA
32
Chapter Three CHINA
46
Chapter Four KOREA
139
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Marco Bussagli is an art history professor at the Academy ofMarco Bussagli is an art history professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, where he lives. He has written several b Fine Arts in Rome, where he lives. He has written several books in Italian on the representation of angels in art, and ooks in Italian on the representation of angels in art, and he has been a regular contributor to the Italian Encyclopedihe has been a regular contributor to the Italian Encyclopedia Institute since 1985. a Institute since 1985.

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