On the laws of Japanese painting; an introduction to the study of the art of Japan,
by Bowie, Henry P.Material type: BookPublisher: San Francisco, P. Elder and Company [c1911]Description: 3 p. l., v-xv p., 2 l., 3-117 p., 1 l. LXVI pl. (incl. front.) 22 cm.Subject(s): Painting, Japanese
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Epoka University Library
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"Illustrations from paintings especially executed for the author, by a number of distinguished artists of Japan, explanatory drawings by Shimada Sekko."
Plates I to VIII accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letter-press; plates IX to LXVI printed on both sides and accompanied by 9 leaves with descriptive letterpress.
Personal experiences.--Art in Japan.--Laws for use of brush and materials.--Laws governing conception and execution.--Canons of the aesthetics in painting.--Subjects for Japanese painting (gwa dai)--Signatures and seals (rakkwan and in)--Explanation of headbands.