ART OF JAPANESE CRAFT BULLETIN
1875 to the Present
By Felice Fischer
From Japan's first forays onto the international stage of world's fairs in the late 19th century to the dynamic creativity of the 1920 and 1930s, from the heady post-World War II period to the present day, Japanese crafts have exhibited a rich diversity of media and techniques. One of the first illustrated surveys in English of modern-era Japanese crafts—including ceramics, lacquerware, metalcraft, and wood—this elegant book, with 140 color illustrations, is an invaluable guide for the collector and scholar.
Felice Fischer is The Luther W. Brady Curator of Japanese Art and Curator of East Asian Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
60 pages, 8" x 11", 140 color illustrations.
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