JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT FOR MODERN HOMES by Margaret Preininger

JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT FOR MODERN HOMES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Miss Preininger is chairman of Cultural Arts at the Los Angeles Junior College -- and she has a gift for teaching. The 35 pages of text explain the four important Japanese Schools and the adaptations of their principles to American flowers and settings -- 52 large reproductions of first-rate arrangements and 100 line drawings showing method of procedure -- Chapters on vases, holders, flower selection, color, seasons, background and table settings give you an idea of how complete it is. You can do well with this if you get it at once, notify your garden clubs and push it now.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Simon & Schuster