Nihonga: Transcending the Past : Japanese-style Painting, 1868-1968
St. Louis Art Museum, 1995 - Painting, Japanese - 351 pages
Nihonga is an art form which merges Japanese tradition and Western influences. This study examines the first century of the development of Nihonga, from the middle decades of the 19th century through modern masterpieces of abstraction and representation created in the 1960s.
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Forewords The Japan Foundation
Teiten and After 19191935 1
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