arts of Meiji Japan, 1868-1912 changing aesthetics by Barry Till

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Published by Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in Victoria, B.C .

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  • Aesthetics, Japanese -- Exhibitions.,
  • Arts, Japanese -- 1868- -- Exhibitions.,
  • Japan -- Civilization -- Exhibitions.

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Other titlesArts au Japon durant la période Meiji, 1868-1912, Meiji Nihon no bijutsu, 1868-1912
Statementby Barry Till = Les arts au Japon durant la période Meiji, 1868-1912 : esthétique en évolution / par Barry Till = Meiji Nihon no bijutsu, 1868-19912 : geijutsu seishin no henbō.
ContributionsArt Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN7354.5 .T56 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination189 p. :
Number of Pages189
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17941269M
ISBN 100888851456

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