Japanese Masterworks offers a survey of Japanese painting spanning 600 years, including almost all of the major genres and styles. The paintings are illustrated in color, and a detailed entry accompanies each painting.
Includes artist biographies; essays on the history of Japanese painting and collections in the Midwest; and an essay on the history of the IMA's Asian art collection. Organized by Heisaku Harada and John Tadao Teramoto, Curator of Asian Art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields. Other contributors include Christine M. E. Guth, Tae Nishida, Takeshi Nagai, Jyunji Takanashi, Yumiko Kuniga, and Shinji Hashimoto.
Softcover / 225 pages
9" x 11.5"