Cherry Blossom Journal
This journal contains an assortment of cherry blossoms drawn from one of the world's finest collections of Japanese art. Japanese cherry trees have inspired artists and poets and were gifted to Washington, D.C., as a symbol of friendship between nations. The reproductions featured in this book are accompanied by text from senior curator of Japanese art James T. Ulak, exploring this flowering tree's timeless appeal and symbolism. Author(s): Howard S. Kaplan & James T. Ulak. Hardback; 112 pages. 6.3" x 0.7" x 8.3"; 5.6 ounces.