The Asian Ark: Animals to Color, Asian Art Museum, 1990, Coloring Book,Near Fine

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The Asian Ark: Animals to Color
Uday Sankar Sengupta (Illustrator) and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
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Used: Excellent
Sku: 01341
Notes: Near Fine, 8vo, 10" x 7." Unused. Yellow paper wrappers with staple binding. Red and white illustration of a horse and black lettering on front. No lettering to spine. Covers have a thin band of fading or sunning along spine and a small wrinkle by tail of spine, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Predominantly black-and-white illustrations that can be filled in with color. Unpaginated, 32 pp., including illustrations. Unused coloring book from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Features fill-in illustrations of animals by Uday Sankar Sengupta modeled after artworks in the Asian Art Museum collection. For example, one can color an ivory _Rabbit Pounding Rice Cake_, _Cranes_ from a folding screen, a bronze _Elephant_, a porcelain _Phoenix_, _Two House Sparrows on a Blooming Branch_ from a scroll, and an earthenware _Bactrian Camel_. The following countries are represented by the artworks one can color: Cambodia, China, India, Japan, and Korea. Each illustration has a brief descriptive caption. Each artwork that inspired the illustration is listed in back. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.