Failla Donatella, Food for the Ancestors, Flowers for the Gods: Transformations of Archaistic Bronzes in China and Japan, with essays by Roberto Ciarla, Alessandra Giumlia-Mair and Nishida Hiroko, Sagep Editori, Genova 2018.
368 pp. ill. BN e colori; prezzo € 80,00. ISBN 978-88-6373-575-8
Failla Donatella, with essays by Roberto Ciarla, Alessandra Giumlia-Mair and Nishida Hiroko
The Chiossone Museum collections attest to the Japanese tradition of gathering Chinese bronze vessels during the 13th-19th centuries, initially by Buddhist clergy, then by warriors, masters of chanoyu and of flower arrangement, and finaly by senchajin and bunjin, admirers of Chinese civilization.