2 edition of Keramic art of Japan found in the catalog.
Keramic art of Japan
George Ashdown Audsley
In 2 vols.
|Statement||by George Ashdown Audsley and James Lord Bowes. Vol.2.|
|Contributions||Bowes, James Lord.|
KERAMIC ART OF JAPAN. Item # AUDSLEY, George Ashdown, and BOWES, James Lord. KERAMIC ART OF JAPAN. London: Henry Sotheran & Co, First edition, in 7 part. Folio. In total: lxxi + 61pp. with 12 plates (plate "J" not included, as usual); 50 (of plate #35 missing) plates with accompanying text (missing text page for plate 50) + list of marks and monograms, with 4 plates. Catalog of East Asian materials including sculpture, ceramics, decorative tile and other works from Japan, China, and Persia. Includes 32 illustrated plates in addition to item descriptions. Spine cover is absent and pages almost completely disbound.
Japanese painting stemmed from Buddhist Chinese influence, bronze work was initiated by the Koreans, and constant simultaneous assimilation and rejection of Western missionary oil painting styles characterize the timeline of Japanese art history. While much of Japan's art history is influenced by religion, it is the country's secular artwork. AUDSLEY’S MAGNIFICENT COLOR PLATES OF JAPANESE CERAMIC ART. AUDSLEY, George Ashdown, BOWES, James Lord. Keramic Art of Japan. London: Henry Sotheran, Two volumes. Folio (12 by 16 inches), early 20th-century full brown morocco gilt, .
Books on Japan. Von Wenckstern's Bibliography of the Japanese Empire contains a great many thousands of entries, from which it may be inferred that not to have written a book about Japan is fast becoming a title to distinction. The art of Japan, the history of Japan, the language, folk-lore, botany, even the earthquakes and the diseases of Japan—each of these, with many other subjects, has a. He was an expert on Japanese art, lecturing on the subject and between and producing several books that proved influential as sources for japonaiserie, among them Keramic Art of Japan and The Ornamental Arts of : George Ashdown AUDSLEY.
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Keramic Art of Japan Author Audsley, George A & Bowes, James L Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition No Jacket Edition 1st Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Henry Southeran & Co Date published Keywords Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Keramic Art of Japan Author Audsley, George A., and Bowes, James L Format/binding Publisher's Cloth Book condition Used - Poor Quantity available 1 Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Henry Sotheran and Co.
Place of Publication London Date published Keywords Ceramics Bookseller catalogs Oriental Arts; Ceramics and Book Edition: First Edition. Keramic Art of Japan, by G.A.
Audsley and J.L. Bowes (Paperback) by James Lord Bowes, George Ashdown Audsley and a Keramic art of Japan book selection of related books, art. The Ceramic Art of Japan: A Handbook for Collectors Hardcover – June 1, by Hugo Munsterberg (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(2). The great majority of plates in "The Keramic Art of Japan" are full colour chromolithographs (produced by the art-printers Firmin-Didot et Cie, of Paris) and show a quality - particularly in the reproduction of the gilt work - unrivalled in most quality art books today.
AUDSLEY’S SUPERB COLOR PLATES OF JAPANESE CERAMIC ART. AUDSLEY, George Ashdown, and BOWES, James Lord. Keramic Art of Japan. London: Henry Sotheran, Quarto, early 20th-century three-quarter crimson morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spine, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt.
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Price New from 2/5(1). Full text of "Keramic art of Japan, by G.A. Audsley and J.L. Bowes" See other formats. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection Shelf locator: MPFK++ (Audsley, G.A.
Keramic art of Japan) Topics Decoration and ornament-- Japan Pottery-- Japan-- History Pottery-- marks Art, Japanese Genres Books Prints Physical Description Extent: 2 v. illus., 67 pl. (part. col.) 42 cm. Book Descriptions: This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by Henry Sotheran & Co.
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KERAMIC ART Of JAPAN Style Design Technique Marks RARE Full Color Reference Book For Collectors BY GEORGE ASH DOWN AUDSLEY & JAMES LORD BOWES. pages with 49 /5(K). A volume set that presents the history and culture of Japan and China.
Contents: v Japan [History and culture] ; v.7 Japan: Pictorial and Applied Art ; v.8 Japan: Keramic Art ; v.9 China: Keramic Art ; v China [History and culture]. #10 of sets, with each volume numbered consistently. Keramic art of Japan. Liverpool, for the subscribers by the authors (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Ashdown Audsley.
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download 1 file. In Audsley collaborated with his friend James Lord Bowes, a wealthy Liverpool Wool Merchant and collector of Japanese art, to produce The Keramic Art of Japan. This was one of the first and most important books on Japanese art to be produced in the English language and, like many of Audsley's works, it continues to be a popular classic.
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Miscellaneous works: George Ashdown Audsley, Keramic Art of Japan (). Collection of Noh Costumes (). The Making of a Japanese Print (). Author: John Miles.pp. 32 plates, many of which are stunning chromolithographs; some photos, some engravings. Also a comprehensively illustrated section on marks and monograms at the end.
Some of the plates and first pages are loose (no loss), up to page 13 - though some of the plates may have fallen out of their correct position in the book.
The book has been given fresh endpapers. The loose pages are.