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The Making of Japanese Prints and the History of Ukiyo-E

by Hirano, Chie

Condition: Fair


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Stapled Wraps. Re-printed from Kyonaga: A Study of His Life and Works by the author. Small tears to edges and spine of covers. Cover loose from pages but stapled binding is intact. Corners of pages slightly creased with two small tears to last page. . Fair. 1939.




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