Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan. The Role of Traditional Japanese Art and Architecture in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd WRIGHT, Kevin NUTE.

Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan. The Role of Traditional Japanese Art and Architecture in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright

New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1994.

Small folio, [xii], 244 pages with 231 illustrations (10 in colour).

Papered boards slightly bumped at the extremities; front endpaper slightly creased and lightly marked and indented (by a staple in photocopies no longer present); thirteen tiny dash- or dot-point inkmarks in the margins of six pages; an excellent copy with the slightly creased and marked dustwrapper.

'Eight primary channels of influence, from woodblock prints to publications and individual buildings are examined in detail, and the evidence of their impact on Wright's written and built work is illustrated through a combination of textual and graphic analysis' (dustwrapper blurb).

Item #121902

Price (AUD): $250.00

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