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Chances missed - a mean and unlovely product,
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This review is from: Masterpieces of Chinese Painting: 700 - 1900 (Hardcover)
Illustrations too small and some so dark that they are unreadable. Not a book that has been well thought through. So very disappointed in it that I had to return it. Does not even begin to compare to the 'Masterpieces of Japanese Screen Printing, by Miyeko Murase' published by George Braziller in layout and production which is superb.
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Initial post: 19 Apr 2014 13:17:52 BDT
Malcolm Tremain says:
I agree completely. The pictures are too small and too dark to be of any practical use. A wasted opportunity. The exhibition was worth seeing but this book is certainly not worth buying.
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