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The beginnings of Japanese art. With supplementary chapters by Teruya Esaka and Ken Amakasu. Translated by John Bester.


[1st English ed. ].. New York, Weatherhill [1973] .
ISBN 0834810069

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Standard Title Nihon bijutsu no tanjo. English
Subjects Cerámica japonesa -- Período Yayoi -- 200 a.C. 300 d.C.
Céramique Yayoi.
Japan.
Poterie Jōmon.
Pottery, Japanese.
Pottery, Jōmon -- Japan.
Pottery, Jōmon.
Pottery, Yayoi.
Terra-cotta sculpture, Japanese.
Terres cuites japonaises.
Series Heibonsha survey of Japanese art ; 2.
Description 178 pages illustrations (some color) 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Translation of Nihon bijutsu no tanjo.
Contents 1. The Origins of Japanese Art-2. The Jomon Period: A Hunting-Gathering Culture-3. The Yayoi Period: An Agrarian Culture-4. The Tumulus Period: An Equestrian Culture-5. The Center of Jomon Culture: Hokkaido and the Tohoku Area-Archaic and Early Jomon Pottery-The Terminal Jomon Creative Revival-Expressions in Stone-The Cultures After Jomon-6. The Sculpturesque Tradition: The Kanto and Chubu Area-The Center of the Middle Jomon Pottery Culture-Late Jomon Artistic Changes-The Frontier of the Yayoi and Tumulus Cultures-7. Continental Gateway: The Kyushu Area-The Dawning of the Yayoi Period-Influences in the Tumulus Period -- 8. The Advent of Powerful Clans: The Kinai and Setouchi Area-The Center of Yayoi Culture-The Dotaku in Yayoi Culture-The Clans and Early Tumulus Culture-The Yamato Court and Late Tumulus Culture -- 9. Art Before the Tumulus Period, by Teruya Esaka-The Development of Jomon Pottery-Jomon Figurines and Other Artifacts-Yayoi Pottery and Figurines-The Stone Circles and Rockface Carvings-10. Aspects of Yayoi and Tumulus Art, by Ken Amakasu-Yayoi Metal Culture-Early Tumulus Grave Goods-The Great Tombs and Continental-Style Grave Goods-Decorated Tombs and Haniwa.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)548270
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Egami, Namio, 1906-2002.
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