1 edition of [Six miniature books on papermaking in Japan and Micronesia]. found in the catalog.
[Six miniature books on papermaking in Japan and Micronesia].
|LC Classifications||TS1109 .S494 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 box (6 v.) :|
|LC Control Number||86113218|
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A miniature book is a very small book. Standards for what may be termed a miniature rather than just a small book have changed through time. Today, most collectors consider a book to be miniature only if it is 3 inches or smaller in height, width, and thickness, particularly in the United States.
Many collectors consider nineteenth-century and earlier books of 4 inches to fit in the category. This most comprehensive book on the subject sheds light on every facet of a time-honored craft and offers complete instructions on how to duplicate its exquisite results in the West.
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A guide to Japanese papermaking: Making Japanese paper in the western worldAuthor: Donald S Farnsworth.
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Hardback book with dust jacket and slipcase titled JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS IN MINIATURE: The Genre of Surimono by Kurt Meissner. Published by Charles Tuttle Company in - first printing. Illustrated with 33 color plates.
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See more ideas about Childrens books, Books, Japan pins. Earlier printings of this book includes a sample of paper from the 3 different types of fiber.
I'd suggest trying to get one with the samples or going out to buy samples to reference. It's helpful in understanding the differences in the types of japanese paper you can make.
Otherwise it's an excellent book to learn Japanese s: Kurotani has the distinction of being Japan’s oldest paper-making town, and as documented by filmmaker Kuroyanagi Takashi, above, the washi process has changed little in years. In the pre-industrial age, washi-making was s planted the paper mulberry (), mitsumata, and gampi plants essential to the process along with their food crops.
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About this Item: [Japan ca. ] n.p.]. Boards, covered in Rakuho paper, large 28 x 33 cm., tied spine, silver printed title in both Japanese Kanji & Romaji, number "2" in Japanese on the front cover, contains paper samples # with 40 sample papers This large size book contains 40 individual handmade Rakuho paper samples, each numbered with name, size in a host of colors.
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Kennas compositions emphasise the provocative power of natural forms combined with the pervading influence of Zen philosophy in the Far East/5. Books in Japan (和本, wahon or 和装本, wasouhon) have a long history, which begins in the late 8th century AD (ADAD). The majority of books were hand-copied until the Edo period (–), when woodblock printing became comparatively affordable and widespread.
Movable-type printing had been used from the late 16th century, but for various aesthetic and practical reasons. When we were in Japan, we managed to find books to buy, even though we don't speak Japanese well enough to read.
Of course, there were art books, manga and English-language books too. The first time a book store cashier asked me to choose some paper for my books, I. The Pulverer Collection has been completely digitized and is available online.
Unlike the European and American books on our website, Japanese rare books are scanned as two-page spreads to more clearly show the construction of the book and seamlessly display images which span two pages. A book of poems and stories from Japan with each one illustrated by very attractive color line covers with gold lettering and an applied round illustration.
A few interior pages have flaws - 7 & 28 have scrapes, 29 has scrapes, red pencil marks & and small hole, and 37 has a 2" closed tear. Despite having fully embraced computerization myself in the early s, my own office, to this day, still has a wall of reference books, three filing cabinets filled with paper reports, receipts.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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