Marco Fagioli being one of the most respected scholars of Japanese art, this beautifully produced book provides readers with a collection of never before published prints. Shunga or ‘images of spring’ are erotic polychrome engravings, and were produced for the pleasure-loving society of Japan during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. These vivid, detailed and graphic prints are accompanied by succinct and informative captions, giving readers a full and well-rounded picture of Japan’s interest in the sexual and sensual.
Only 1 left in stock
Contains Nudity and Explicit Content
Condition, good as new. Hardcover with dust jacket. Some wear along the top and bottom edges. Wear along the top and bottom edges of pages, text images in very good condition; bright and clean.
First published in 1997 in Italian, translated and published in English in 1998 by Universe Publishing.
Now in a protective plastic cover to prevent damage.
Covered to prevent further damage.
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