The Edo Culture in Japanese Prints

By: Lee, George; et al

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46 pages; 14 black and white reproductions representing over 75 prints in the exhibition. Under the Tokugawa shoguns, Edo (Tokyo) became the world's most populous city; a place of power, commerce, and pleasure. These prints span about a century, from Masunobu and Harunobu of the mid-18th century, to Hokusai and Hiroshige of the mid-19th century; from views of the city to its actors and beautiful women. Glossary of terms.

Title: The Edo Culture in Japanese Prints

Author Name: Lee, George; et al

Categories: Art-Asia, Sociology & Culture, Art & Design,

Publisher: Yale University Art Gallery: 1972

Binding: Pictorial Wrapper (softcover)

Book Condition: Very Good.

Type: Exhibition Catalogue

Size: 4to

Seller ID: 000135

Keywords: Japanese prints Edo Tokugawa,