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An excellent copy. 1992 Large Softcover. 96 pp. This publication is published in conjunction with the exhibition Japanese Folk Art: A Triumph of Simplicity, shown at the Japan Society Gallery from May 14 - July 2, 1992. CONTENTS: I. Foreword: Thoughts about Folk Art, by Gunhild Avitabile; II. Essays: Introduction, by Eleanor von Erdberg; Edward Morse, Yanagi Soetsu and the Japanese Folk Art Movement, by Robert Moes; The Iconography of Japanese Folk Art, by Robert Moes; III. Entries, by Robert Moes: Motifs: Figures - Animals - Landscape and Architecture - Plants - Letters; Forms: Furniture - Vessels - Tools; IV. Select Bibliography; V. Directors and Officers of Japan Society, Art Committees and Friends of Japan Society Gallery.