By: Yamagiwa, Joseph K.

Price: $35.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good

No date listed; circa 1950's. Gray paper wrappers; Japanese stab binding. 19 double-sided pages. Side edges of last few pages liquid stained. Nurimono is a Japanese varnishing handicraft. Color plate: "Flying Fish." Other artwork included on black and white plates: "Crane" cabinet by Matsuda Gonroku; "Pine, Bamboo and Plum," cha-ire by Yamashita Yosai and "Sea-gulls in Storm," ko-ire by Rokkaku Shisui; "Peaches," vase by Ichia Seiichi and "Crab and Shrimp" by Yamashita Yozan; "Black Monkeys" by Meguro Seishu.

Title: Nurimono

Author: Yamagiwa, Joseph K.

Categories: Japan, Art,

Publisher: Tokyo, Foreign Affairs Association Of Japan:

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 110224

Keywords: Varnish, Lacquer, screen, Box, Art, Japanning,