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WEBER, VICTOR FREDERIC:
"Ko-Ji Hô-Ten". Dictionnaire a l'usage des amateurs et collectionneurs d'objects d'art japonais et chinois. Paris 1923.
Folio. Pp. 512; 512 + Appendices lvs (69). With five coloured full page plates and 70 full page plates. Numerous illustrations throughout the text. Original green cloth decorated in blind and gilt, calf spines lettered in gilt, extremities rubbed. All edges gilt. First edition of an important and comprehensive reference work on Japanese art. It covers all aspects of the visual and three dimensional arts; ceramics, metal works, prints, Netsuke artists, famous painters, mythological and historical figures, famous sites etc. A limited edition of 585 copies, of which this is no. 412. Cf Nipponalia (Kyoto Gaikokugo Dargaku) 827 (reprint N.Y. 1965).
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Book number: 32110
€  2000.00 [Appr.: US$ 2274.51 | £UK 1802 | JP¥ 257984]
Catalogue: Japan
Keywords: Japan, japan, japanese, japon, china, chinese, asia, asiatic, asien, asie, far east, east, art,

 
YAGIHASHI, SHIN (TEXT) & OOHORI, KAZUHIKO (PHOTOGR.):
[JAPAN - PAPER PRODUCTION]. Ganpi-shi (Ganpi paper) . Tokyo, Arrow Art Works, Showa 52 (1977).
Oblong folio (42 x 29.5 cm). Comprises eight folders with fourteen paper samples with accompanying text and pictures. As issued in original decorated soft-cover wrappers. Includes an introductory folder with text and one colour plate, and a facsimile of a pamphlet on Ganpi paper originally printed in the Meiji period. Original card folder (with some light foxing) and original card box. First edition, limited to 500 copies, of which this is no.116. A beautiful presentation of Ganpi handmade paper, a traditional high quality Japanese paper made from the fibre of the plant species Diplomorpha sikokiana. It has a smooth, shiny surface which is resistant to insects and ageing, used for artworks and official documents. This set includes four papers handmade by Abe Eishiro (1902-84), the first Japanese paper-maker to be designated as a National Living Treasure (1968) and an early follower of Yanagi Muneyoshi's Japanese Arts & Crafts Movement. Scarce (No copies in OCLC).
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Book number: 120691
€  800.00 [Appr.: US$ 909.8 | £UK 720.75 | JP¥ 103194]
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YAMAGA, SEIKA:
Mukashi watari sarasa (Ancient calicos imported to Japan). Three volumes. Kyoto, Unsodo hatsubai, Taisho 6 (1917).
Folio. Lvs. (26); (23); (25). With 4 leaves with Japanese text and 70 lvs with numerous pieces of woodblock printed designs of Sarasa. The lvs are folded in the Japanese style. Original decorated paper covers, silk threads, paper title slips on upper covers. Seika Yamaga (1885-1981) was a weaving master active in Kyoto. Sarasa or calico is a plain woven textile, often not fully processed cotton, coloured and treated with various techniques. Originally it came from the city of Kolikkodu (Calicut) in south western India. It was imported to Japan in the 16th century by the Portugese. The Japanese refined and developed the technique further.
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Book number: 100704
€  1500.00 [Appr.: US$ 1705.88 | £UK 1351.5 | JP¥ 193488]
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Keywords: Japan, japan, japon, japanese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, textile, textiles, illustrated, designs, design

 
ZACHERT, HERBERT:
Die Haikudichtung von der Meijizeit bis zur Gegenwart. Tokyo 1937.
Pp. (iv), 23. With one portrait of Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902), known as the father of modern Haiku poetry. Original printed wrappers. Haiku (originally called hokku) is a very short term of Japanese poetry.
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Book number: 100305
€  40.00 [Appr.: US$ 45.49 | £UK 36.25 | JP¥ 5160]
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