JAPANESE LACQUER ART BY MODERN MASTERS - 1st ed (1982) COLOR PLATES - RARE in DJ


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Japan / Asia / Art / Lacquer) JAPANESE LACQUER ART: MODERN MASTERPIECES. Edited by The National Museum of Modern Art, Toyko. Translated by Richard L. Gage. Foreword by Kenji Adachi. Introduction by Jo Okada. Essay by Masami Shiraishi.Heavily illustrated with color plates. New York / Tokyo , Kyoto, Japan: Weatherhill / Tankosha, 1982.First edition. Quarto. Scarce and nicely produced first edition of this lavish retrospective of Japanese lacquer art at the Tokyo Museum of Modern Art. Bound in the publisher's black cloth covered boards, with gilt-stamped titles and decorations. Contents clean and bright. Boards square and tight.In the dust jacket, which is maybe just lightly rubbed with a touch of wear at the edges.Notably rare and GORGEOUSLY photographed retrospective.  Please see photos for additional condition and edition clarity.
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