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The art of Japanese calligraphy. Translated by Alan Woodhull in collaboration with Armins Nikovskis.


[1st English ed.].. New York, Weatherhill [1973] .
ISBN 0834810131

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Standard Title Sho. English
Subjects Calligraphie japonaise.
Calligraphy, Japanese.
Kalligrafie.
Series Heibonsha survey of Japanese art ; v. 27.
Description 172 pages illustrations (some color) 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Translation of Sho.
Contents The origins and styles of Chinese and Japanese calligraphy -- Tensho : seal script -- Reisho : scribe's script -- Zattaisho : ornamental styles -- Cakuji : plaque inscriptions -- Kaisho : block script -- Gyosho : semicursive script -- Sosho : cursive script -- Hiragana -- The Karayo tradition -- The Wayo style.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)508521
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Nakata, Yūjirō, 1905-1998.
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