Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, 1868-2000
Quantity:
ADD TO CART
528pp. October 2011
Categories
Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, 1868-2000
Editor: Rimer, J. Thomas;
Research outside Japan on the history and significance of the Japanese visual arts since the beginning of the Meiji period (1868) has been, with the exception of writings on modern and contemporary woodblock prints, a relatively unexplored area of inquir
“An excellent textbook for students of the arts and a useful scholarly reference for researchers. But most importantly, [this book] is inspirational reading in how art history takes on the challenge to narrate national stories of visual arts practice
Editor: Rimer, J. Thomas;
J. Thomas Rimer is professor emeritus at the University of Pittsburgh.
Read the Introduction (PDF).
Preface

Introduction - J. Thomas Rimer

I. Painting and the Allied Arts: From Meiji to the Present 
1. Western-Style Painting: Four Stages of Acceptance - Emiko Yamanashi 
2. Ja



THIS SITE MAY BE RUNNING UNLICENSED ASPDOTNETSTOREFRONT.COM SOFTWARE!
CLICK HERE TO ACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE