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Essays by Cecilia Segawa Seigle, Alfred H. Marks, Harue M. Summersgill, Amy Reigle Newland and Monika Hinkel with assistance from Kodaira Takashi and Ishigami Hidemi
A courtesan's day in the carefree atmosphere of the famous pleasure quarter the Yoshiwara in Edo (present-day Tokyo) was carefully planned to an hourly schedule. This sequence of 12 and later 24 hours proved a convenient device for Japanese print artists and their publishers when devising sets ...
Edited by Amy Reigle Newland
Henk & Arendie Herwig
Joan B. Mirviss, Amy Reigle Newland, Chris Uhlenbeck, Marije Jansen with Henk Herwig. General editor: Amy Reigle Newland
Edited by Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere and Mikiko Hirayama
The koto is a unique Japanese musical instrument. It has a history in Japan of over 1200 years and today does much to represent Japan's traditional past. This book examines this fascinating instrument in terms of its physical form, manufacture and instrument types, its performance traditions and ...
Kendall H. Brown
Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) is considered the foremost Japanese landscape print artist of the 20th century. Visions of Japan: Kawase Hasui’s Masterpieces brings together in a single volume one hundred of Hasui’s most celebrated prints. Fully illustrated, this publication includes annotated ...
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