By Noritake Tsuda, Patricia Graham Ph.D.
A heritage of jap Artt bargains readers a complete view of eastern artwork via eastern eyes—a view that's the so much revealing of all views. while, it presents readers with a consultant to the locations in Japan the place the simplest and such a lot consultant creations of eastern artwork are to be visible
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Here we have an excellent specimen of a bit cheek-plate made of gilt bronze backed with an iron plate. On its surface is a graceful foliage design in open work (Fig. 11). This was exhumed from a burial mound at Mikoya in the province of Tōtōmi and is now on view in the Tokyo Imperial Household Museum. A harness pendant of gilded bronze, no less beautiful than the above cheek-plate, with similar technical excellence, was found in the same burial mound and also can be seen in the same museum. (Fig.
Prepared by Patricia J. Graham AUTHOR’S PREFACE I have been making the study of art my specialty for a long time in order to find out the close relationship between color, forms, and spirituality. I am glad to have this opportunity to give some of the results of my study to the public, hoping that this may contribute something to the elevation of esthetic appreciation and to better understanding between the East and the West. I am gratefully indebted to Baron Ino Dan, former Professor on Art in the Tokyo Imperial University; Mr.