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The classic essay on the "karesansui" garden by French art historian Berthier has now been translated by Graham Parkes, giving English-speaking ...Show synopsisThe classic essay on the "karesansui" garden by French art historian Berthier has now been translated by Graham Parkes, giving English-speaking readers a concise, thorough, and beautifully illustrated history of Zen rock gardens. 37 halftones.Hide synopsis
Description:Brand new. First published 2000. 166 pages with black & white...Brand new. First published 2000. 166 pages with black & white illustrations. French historian Francois Berthier traces the history of the Zen garden, translated by Graham Parkes, who then contributes his own essay that delves into the philosophical importance of rocks and their "language of stone." The two essays combine to offer a comprehensive and elegantly written study. Softcover, a new book. 8.5 by 6.5 inches.
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