Home » Catalogue » Japanese Art » k3588 Basket Contents
Popular Art in Isolation Japan 1639 - 1858. An Exhibition of Carved Toggles and Woodblock Prints from the Secluded Culture of Japan During the Great Isolation. 26.00
($32.41)
0

Doubleday, John [text]; Vitmayer, Janet [foreword]

Catalogue No.: k3588

Publisher:

London.: The Horniman Museum / Public Park Trust.

Edition:

First Edition; Published Date: 1997

Illustrations:

B/w plates from the exhibition

Dimensions:

250 x 180 mm (10 x 7 inches) - 60pp.

Appearance:

Illustrated cream card cover.

Condition:

VG : in very good condition with paper wraps

An Exhibition held at the Horniman Museum and Gardens 12th September 1997 - 13th April 1998. Selected from the Netsuke and Ukiyo-e Prints Collected by Gordon Doubleday between 1927 and 1967.

Calculate shipping

Postage cost:
Consolidated shipping: This is the cost of shipping this one item. If you are ordering other items, the shipping cost will be consolidated. As you add items to your shopping basket, you can go to your basket at any time to ask it to calculate the consolidated shopping.

Click an image to enlarge
Popular Art in Isolation Japan 1639 - 1858. An Exhibition of Carved Toggles and Woodblock Prints from the Secluded Culture of Japan During the Great Isolation.