Beyond Zen: Japanese Buddhism Revealed
A fascinating visual history of Japanese Buddhist art largely dating from the Edo period (1600–1868) to the present day, through one of the finest collections in the USA. The richly-illustrated text offers a concise introduction to diverse Japanese Buddhist practices and the central role art plays in them. Showcasing over 130 ornate and gold leafed paintings, textiles, ceramics, and sculptures from the The Newark Museum of Art’s extensive collection of Japanese Buddhist art,
- Ikumi Kaminishi and Katherine Anne Paul
- Hardcover 164 pages
- 9.5" x 11"
- 155 color illustrations