This Disciplined Estheticism, As Expressed In Architecture, Garden Design, Flower Arrangement, Pottery, Painting, And Other Arts Intimately Related With The Cha No Yu, Forms The Focus Of Attention In The First Part Of This Book.The Second Part, Entitled Tea Masters, Presents A Series Of Stories Illustrating The Tea Experiences Of Representative Men Of All Types During The Muromachi, Momoyama, And Tokugawa Periods The Book Is Abundantly Illustrated With Drawings Of Tea Ceremony Furniture And Utensils, Tearoom Architecture And Garden Design, Floor And Ground Plans, And Numerous Other Features Of The Cha No Yu A Number Of Photographic Plates Picture Famous Tea Bowls, Teahouses, And Gardens.
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- 265 pages
- Cha No Yu
- A.L. Sadler
- 01 November 2017 A.L. Sadler