Studies Using Scientific Methods: Pigments in Later Japanese Paintings, Freer Gallery of Art Occasional Papers, New Series Vol. 1.

Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution, 2005. Cloth over Boards, navy w/silver lettering & emblem. Small quarto, pp 88, indexed. 13 color & 3 b/w illustrations. Near Fine. Item #18129

A study to "examine the use of indigo and Prussian blue in nineteenth-century Japanese paintings as identified through various analytical methods." This study focuses on the collection of ukiyo-e paintings and art work and their range of pigments, inks and mixtures.

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