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Creatures Real and Imaginary in Chinese and Japanese Art

AuthorAuthor: art_links | DateDate: 30-06-2017, 23:57
Creatures Real and Imaginary in Chinese and Japanese Art

Creatures Real and Imaginary in Chinese and Japanese Art: An Identification Guide by Walther G. Von Krenner, Ken Jeremiah
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0786497289 | 180 Pages | PDF | 237.2 MB
This guide to identifying lions, unicorns and other creatures real and fanciful in Chinese and Japanese artwork explains how these and other animal depictions were introduced to the East, and how their portrayals changed over time.

This guide to identifying lions, unicorns and other creatures real and fanciful in Chinese and Japanese artwork explains how these and other animal depictions were introduced to the East, and how their portrayals changed over time. Tracing the lion's early use in Mesopotamian art and its cultural symbolism in Greece and Rome, this study includes stylized foxes, tigers, badgers and cats, as well as fanciful creatures like dragons, humanoid birds, water imps, demons and other chimerical beasts. Stories and descriptions are provided along with numerous photographs and drawings, making this work an invaluable resource for art collectors and anyone interested in East Asian culture and history.

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