Buddhas in the Palm of Your Hand
Images of Buddhist icons that fit the palm of your hand with soothing words that bring acceptance and relieve suffering
The artworks featured, including 10 works that are designated as important cultural properties, have been selected from the Nara National Museum and Tokyo National Museum. All scripts are translated into English, along with the description of the artworks at the end of the book (name, size, material, excavation location, etc.). Art direction is by Kazuya Takaoka, who has previously designed Hell in Japanese Art (9784756249234) and Wagashi (9784756249746). The introduction was written by Mutsuo Takahashi, who has written the text for Wagashi. This will be an important reference book not just for people who want to be healed but also for Japanese art fans, students of Buddhism, antique collectors and gallery owners, as well.
- Pages：96 Pages (Full Color)
- Publisher：PIE International
- Language：J/E Bilingual
- Foreword by Mutsuo Takahashi English translation by Michael Jamentz
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Sep/2019 release in the US and Europe