6 edition of The Colors of Japan found in the catalog.
February 19, 2001
by Kodansha International
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
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The Colors of Japan presents a crystalline overview of these three factors by means of discerning writing and stunning photographs. The text covers the four basic colors, the relationship of Japanese color perception to natural phenomena, the development of hierarchies of colors, the aesthetic of mixed colors, and the particular culture of color developed by townspeople in the seventeenth through the /5(7).
"The Traditional Colors of Japan" is a companion to "Traditional Japanese Color Palette." It has beautiful photographs of the fine and applied arts, armor and clothing, landscapes, and trees and flowers in bloom.
This book identifies colors and provides a numbered index of them, arranged chromatically, at the conclusion of the book.5/5(3). As an approach to a different way of viewing color, as an introduction to the arts and crafts of Japan, or as a satisfying reading experience, The Colors of Japan is a book that anyone who possesses a aesthetic outlook on life will not want to miss.
The book includes full-color photos of the following. What color is Japan. It's pink like cherry blossoms, green like tea, and orange like the lava from an erupting volcano. Get to know Japan in this beautifully illustrated introduction to the Land of 4/5.
This distinctive volume reveals a unique antique kimono collection through various delicate Japanese colors and their use in kimono. The Japanese sensibility is immediately apparent in the classification of the nine traditional color categories of red, green, pink, blue, brown, purple, yellow, black/white, and gold/silver.5/5(3).
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