International Netsuke Society Journal - 1996

 

Winter 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Sessai: Echizen Master by Steve Waszak
  • Three Kokeis by Eberhard Schmidt-Boethelt
  • Photography in Feudal and Meiji Japan by Michael Dean
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • In Memoriam: Luigi Bandini (1947 - 1996)
 

Fall 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Tanka Minko, Retained Carver for the Todo Clan of Tsu by Hidekazu Okuno
  • Japanese Leather by Alain Ducros
  • Mr. Annesley's Tobacco Box by Michael Dean
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • The Bakemono Says
 

Summer 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Ikkan and His Family by Kentaro Akatsu
  • Matsuda Sukenaga - His Legend and Mystery by Yoichi Shimatani
  • Michael Birch: Explorations by a Netsuke Carver by David Burditt
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Foreigners, All by Michael Dean
  • The Bakemono Says
 

Spring 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Changing Tastes by Neil K. Davey
  • Netsuke and Sagemono at the Tobacco and Salt Museum by Neil K. Davey
  • Symbol and Substance in Japanese Lacquer: Lacquer Boxes from the Elaine Ehrenkranz Collection by E.J. Lewis
  • One Hundred Inro and Lacquer Boxes from the Roger Weston Collection by E.J. Lewis
  • Circle of Creativity: Merging Stars by Joy Epstein
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Two "Dummy Swords" and Shibata Zeshin's Enthusiasm for the Antique by Michael Dean
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