The Pictorial Arts of Japan. With a brief historical sketch of the associated arts, and some remarks upon the pictorial art of the Chinese and Koreans.
by Anderson, William
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- John Randall (Books of Asia) (GB)
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- The Pictorial Arts of Japan. With a brief historical sketch of the associated arts, and some remarks upon the pictorial art of the Chinese and Koreans.
- Anderson, William
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- Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington
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- Far East; Japan; Art;
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