Japanese Screens in Miniature is a collection of six of Japan's masterpieces reproduced as actual miniature screens, with an introduction to this most colorful, exuberant, and decorative aspects of the Golden Age of Japanese art. The development of the Japanese screen as an ant form in the Momoyama period (1575-1615) presents a fascinating example of the converging influences of art traditions,history, politics, religion, and architecture.
by Reiko Chiba
by Leah Wilson
by Chuck Palahniuk
by Red, Vee
by Jennifer Crusie, Leah Wilson
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