Huangshan: Poems from the T’ang Dynasty


Published by 21st Editions, USA. 2010.
Introduction by John Wood.
T’ang poetry by Han Shan and other Chinese poets, translated by Stanton Hager.
Twelve bound, signed platinum prints and one free standing, signed platinum print.

Limited hand made first edition of 60 numbered and 15 lettered copies. 14¼ x 16 inches.
English. Pristine condition. Limited availability.

This book is already signed and could also be personalized by Michael Kenna. Please specify your preference in the ‘Order Notes’ section at checkout. If additional personalization is requested, there could be a delay of up to three weeks, depending on Michael’s schedule.

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