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The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji

£25.00

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Catalogue for the Exhibition of ' The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji ' held in 1997-98 in Japanese Museums and sponsored by the the British Embassy, the British Council and the Japan Folk- Crafts Association. pb. in good condition, a little frayed around the edges. 185 pp. £25, as now scarce.
Japanese Introduction text untranslated, 108 pp of plates with commentaries in English by Nagata Ken'ichi, Margot Coatts and Timothy Wilcox helping to link the work of Hamada and his encounter with the pottery village of Mashiko with Bernard Leach and St Ives which he first visited in 1920. The plates are not only of Pottery, but cover the full range of the movement with examples from the Kelmscott Press and work by, among others, Charles Ashbee, Eric Gill and David Jones.

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Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
Large Octavo
Edition:
1st Edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Committee for 'The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji'
Title:
The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji

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Catalogue for the Exhibition of ' The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji ' held in 1997-98 in Japanese Museums and sponsored by the the British Embassy, the British Council and the Japan Folk- Crafts Association. pb. in good condition, a little frayed around the edges. 185 pp. £25, as now scarce.
Japanese Introduction text untranslated, 108 pp of plates with commentaries in English by Nagata Ken'ichi, Margot Coatts and Timothy Wilcox helping to link the work of Hamada and his encounter with the pottery village of Mashiko with Bernard Leach and St Ives which he first visited in 1920. The plates are not only of Pottery, but cover the full range of the movement with examples from the Kelmscott Press and work by, among others, Charles Ashbee, Eric Gill and David Jones.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
Large Octavo
Edition:
1st Edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Committee for 'The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji'
Title:
The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Hamada Shoji

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