Josef Kreiner(ed.)

Japanese Collections in European Museums III: Regional Studies 2

2015. x+402 S. 49,80 EUR. Hardcover. 165 x 240 mm. ISBN 978-3-936366-48-8

JapanArchiv (ISSN: 1438-0927), Band 5,3

From the Content: Josef Kreiner: Introduction: Some Results; Colour Illustrations; Princess Akiko of Mikasa: Curator, Doctor and Archaeologist – Collecting Japanese Antiquities for the British Museum; Fiona Kerlogue: Japanese Collections at the Horniman Museum: A Chronological Overview; Jane Wilkinson (revised and updated by Rosina Buckland): Japanese Collections at National Museums Scotland; Audrey Whitty: The National Museum of Ireland’s Japanese Collection; Kärt Summatavet: Historical Representations of Cultural Contacts: The Collections of Japanese Artifacts in Estonia; Heikki Malme: The Finnish National Gallery/Ateneum Art Museum; Eino Nieminen: Japanese Art in the Joensuu Art Museum ONNI, North Karelia, Finland; Helena Honcoopova: Case Study: The Daikōzan Altarpiece in the West Bohemia Museum Pilsen; Alexander Sinitsyn: The Earliest Japanese Collections (18th Century) in the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg; Wolfgang Michel: A Naturalist Lost – C.P. Thunberg’s Disciple Johan Arnold Stützer (1763–1821) in the East Indies; Andrey Michailovich Sokolov: The Ainu Collections in the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg; Galina Shishkina: State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow; Halyna Bilenko: The Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Arts, Kiev; Helen Ilyasova and Natalie Gridneva: Japanese Works of Art in Odessa’s Municipal Bleschunov Museum of Personal Collections; Maruyama Haruyo: The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Bucharest; Bilyana Popova: Collection of Japanese Exponents in the Ethnographic Museum, Plovdiv; Josef Kreiner: Short Notice on a Collection from Post-War Japan in Albania – Bratko Museum of Oriental Art, Korçë; Katarina Marić: The Japanese Collection of Georg and Marie Hütterott at the Rovinj Heritage Museum; Miriam Malachi: The Israel Museum; Adriano Dugulin and Michaela Messina: The Japanese Collection in the Municipal Museum of Oriental Art, Trieste; Marco Guglielminotti Trivel: The Japanese Collection at the Museum of Oriental Art (MAO) in Turin; Elena Barlés Báguena and David Almazán Tomás: Far Eastern Art Collecting in Spain; Elena Barlés Báguena and David Almazán Tomás: Ukiyo-e in Spain: Collections, Exhibitions, and Studies; Elena Barlés Báguena and Sergio Navarro Polo: Japanese Art in the Federico Torralba Collection in the Museum of Zaragoza (Spain); Conceição Borges de Sousa: The Namban Art Collection in the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (National Museum of Ancient Art) MNAA, Lisbon; Ulrike Koerber: A Mughal Wood and Leather Shield: Laquered in the Ryūkyūan Kingdom for a Portuguese Nobleman in the 16th Century?; Julie Frosh: The Japanese Collection of Georges Bagulescu in the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Menton; Marie-Hélène Guelton: Textiles and Garments from Japan in the Collection of the Musée des Tissus et des Arts décoratifs de Lyon; André Klein: Japanese Collections in Alsace; Jérôme Ducor: The Japanese Collection at the Museum of Ethnography of Geneva; Irene Marie Tomoe Steineck: The Japanese Collection of the Fondation Martin Bodmer, Genève: An Introduction; Julien glauser: The Japanese Collections of the MEN – A Glimpse into the History of the Neuchâtel Ethnographic Museum –; Irene Marie Tomoe Steineck: The Collection of Japanese Art by Victor and Marianne Langen, Langen Foundation, Neuss; Brigitte Templin: The Japanese Collection in the Völkerkundesammlung of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck; Gregory Irvine: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS), formerly The Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, Mumbai; Gregory Irvine: Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad.

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