FLORAL SUMI-E IN THREE WEEKS
by Yamada, Sadami
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San Francisco, Japan Publications Trading Company, 1965. Very Good/Unknown. Quarto, softcover, VG in white pictorial wraps. 33 pp. The Zen of Buddhism exerted a strong influence on the development of ink painting, especially in Japan. Indian in origin, Zen concepts were introduced into China and became established as a religion during Tang dynasty about 618. Well illustrated in black and white. Detailed instructions for painting with sumi ink, accompanied by diagrams and drawings. Includes preliminary material on the basics: information about materials and implements; preparing the ink; how to hold the brush; and techniques. This then goes on to provide exercises to learn how to paint various specific flowers: orchid, carnation, freesia, poppy, morning glory, lily, plum branch and blossoms, cherry blossoms, camellia, wheat, strawberries, and more.
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- San Francisco, Japan Publications Trading Company, 1965
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