SECRET TEACHINGS IN THE ART OF JAPANESE GARDENS: Design Principles, Aesthetic Values
(1987)·Tokyo and New York
by SLAWSON, David A.
Tokyo and New York: Kodansha International, (1987). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Small 4to. Publisher's cloth in original photographic dust jacket. Mild touches of shelf-wear to jacket. Cloth fresh. Interior bright and clean. Near fine. 220pp.
An examination of the aesthetic and perceptual bases of Japanese garden art, relying on a fifteenth century "secret" gardening manual. (Inventory #: 17558)
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