Seven books on Japanese ArtPlace Published:
Various placesPublisher:Date Published:
Seven vols., five illustrated mainly with images of Japanese woodblock prints, but also with other Japanese art. 8½x5½ or smaller.
Strange, Edward F. Japanese Illustration: A History of the Arts of Wood-cutting and Colour Printing in Japan. Illus. incl. color plates; printed tissue guards. Gilt-lettered dec. yellow cloth. First Edition. (Very good). London: George Bell & Sons, 1897.
Amsden, Dora. Impressions of Ukiyo-e: The School of the Japanese Colour-Print Artists. 14 plates. Japan-bound buckram lettered in red. First Edition. (Foxing to cloth, else very good). San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1905.
Happer, J.S. Japanese Sketches and Japanese Prints. Illus. Printed wrappers. First Edition (Signed by author, and with appendix laid-in. Very good). Tokyo: Kairyudo, 1934.
Strange, Edward F. Japanese Colour Prints. Illus. with 54 plates in black & white. Gilt-lettered green cloth. First Edition. (Closed tear to one or two plates, else very good). London: Wyman & Sons, 1904.
Tsujimura, Lewis. Shinonome. Pictorial color boards by Y. Toda. First Edition. (Insect damage to covers, else good). Tokyo: Seito Shorin Press, 1934.
Society of Friends of Eastern Art. Index of Japanese Painters. Silk cloth, paper cover label, wrap-around printed band. (Near fine). Rutland: Tuttle, .
Henderson, Harold & Robert Paine, Jr. Oriental Art, Series O, Section III: Japanese Art. 149 loose black & white plates. Cloth open-sided portfolio, slipcase. (Very good). Newton: University Prints, c.1920's.