Borobudur: The Buddhist Monument of Java
By Namikawa, Banri
Pp. (10), 292; 400+ photographs, many in full color, some plates are large and folding, large folding plan-view of Borobudur loosely inserted in envelope at front, publisher’s original green cloth, lettered in white and gold on the spine and front cover, color pictorial dust jacket, in original pictorial cardboard slipcase, 4to. This superbly illustrated volume also includes an essay entitled “The art and meaning of Borobudur” by Ryo Namikawa. The photos are by Banri Namikawai. Issued in a small print run, this volume is now very scarce. This text is in English and Japanese. No ownership marks and no signs of use.
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|Condition Description||A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket and slipcase.|