Japanese Ink Painting and the Demise of Apprenticeships in the Arts and Crafts in Japanese Society Today
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The author traces the master-pupil relationships in various areas of Japanese culture, the growth of Japanese painting traditions based on Chinese roots, and the author's own apprenticeship to painting master Ryou Iwasaki. The author developed a survey of traditional artisans from the cities of Kyoto and Tokyo and includes a collection of original ink paintings.
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