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Break with the past : the Japanese creative…

Break with the past : the Japanese creative print movement, 1910-1960

by Roger S. Keyes

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Glossy exhibition catalogue with text and illustrations detailing Japanese prints shown in an exhibition held May 21 - August 28,1988 at Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. With a Foreward by Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator in Charge, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts. The exhibition and Foreward text describe the various movements and schools of Japanese print arts in the period 1910 - 1960. Includes Exhibition checklist with details of each print, Bibliography and Notes. Sixteen black & white illustrations.

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