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The Fate of the Arts (First Edition, inscribed in 1970)
Japan 1970 - First Japanese edition. INSCRIBED by Tanikawa in Japanese to Sara Larkin on the front endpaper, and dated 1970. Sara Larkin is a noted American artist who, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, continued her education in Japan under the sponsorship of distinguished philosopher Tetsuo Tanikawa, advisor to the Emperor of Cultural Affairs and Preside nt of Osei University. Under his tutelage she became acquainted with Nobel Laureate Kawabata. She spent a year in Bangkok as well, studying Chinese art with artist Lui Shou-Kwan, and Lawrence Tam, the Director of the Hong Kong Museum. She also worked in Hong Kong as a gallery owner, consultant, and artists' agent, and went on to become an associate at Sotherby, evaluating works of art for auction. About Fine in olive cloth with no dust jacket and gray paper-covered slipcase (Near Fine) as issued. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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