Japanese Mandalas: Representations of Sacred Geography
Quantity:
ADD TO CART
240pp. December 1998
Japanese Mandalas: Representations of Sacred Geography
Author: Ten Grotenhuis, Elizabeth;
The first broad study of Japanese mandalas to appear in a Western language, this volume interprets mandalas as sanctified realms where identification between the human and the sacred occurs. The author investigates eighth- to seventeenth-century paintings
"One of the most beautifully woven texts on Japanese art to appear in English" --Journal of Asian Studies, November 1999

"An original contribution amongst Western-language studies.... easily accessible for non-specialists, being written in a lu

Author: Ten Grotenhuis, Elizabeth;
Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis, an associate in research at the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard University, is assistant professor of Asian and Japanese art history at Boston University.



THIS SITE MAY BE RUNNING UNLICENSED ASPDOTNETSTOREFRONT.COM SOFTWARE!
CLICK HERE TO ACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE