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The theatrical world of Osaka prints; a collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century Japanese woodblock prints in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, by Roger S. Keyes and Keiko Mizushima
Bib ID 626086
Format BookBook
Author
Philadelphia Museum of Art
 
Description [Philadelphia] 1973 
334 p. illus. (part col.) 29 cm. 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 321-331.

Subjects Color prints, Japanese -- Japan -- Osaka -- Catalogs.  |  Color prints -- 18th century -- Japan -- Osaka -- Catalogs.  |  Color prints -- 19th century -- Japan -- Osaka -- Catalogs.  |  Actors -- Japan -- Osaka -- Portraits.  |  Theater in art.
Other authors/contributors Keyes, Roger S  |  Mizushima, Keiko

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