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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Konecky Associates, Incorporated, William S.
U-kiyo-e, the Japanese woodblock print tradition was one of the highpoints of classical Japanese civilization. Written by one of the foremost experts on Japanese prints, Images from the Floating World provides the definitive history of this wonderfully graceful and evocative artistic tradition. U-kiyo-e gives an incomparable record of Japanese life during the heyday of the geisha and the samurai. Included is a complete Dictionary of Ukiyo-e and hundreds of illustrations including over 40 in color.Lane, Richard is the author of 'Images from the Floating World', published 2005 under ISBN 9781568524818 and ISBN 1568524811.
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