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Shinshū Nihon emakimono zenshū = Japanese scroll paintings / [kanshū Tanaka Ichimatsu]
新修日本絵卷物全集 = Japanese scroll paintings / [監修田中一松]
Bib ID 1496033
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Kadokawa Shoten, Shōwa 50-55 [1975-1980] 
東京 : 角川書店, 昭和 50-55 [1975-1980] 
30 v. : ill. (some colour) ; 37 cm. 
Notes

In Japanese with summary in English.

First ed. published in 1958 under title: Nihon emakimono zenshū.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Scrolls, Japanese.  |  Painting, Japanese -- To 1868.
Other authors/contributors Tanaka, Ichimatsu, 1895-
田中一松, 1895-
Also Titled

Nihon emakimono zenshū.

Japanese scroll paintings.

日本絵卷物全集.

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