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International Netsuke Society Journal - 1995

 

Winter 1995

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • A Peach of a Week in the Big Apple by Sydney and Bill Phillips
  • Eighteenth-Century Standing Figures by David Burditt
  • Jack Coutu: A Quiet English Artist by David Burditt
  • The Carving of a Boar Tusk by Jack Coutu
  • The Bakemono Says
  • A Saru-Taiko Netsuke by Michael Dean
 

Fall 1995

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Inro Motifs - Part IV, by Heinz Kress
  • Auction Reports by Luigi Bandini
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Andy Warhol and the Arts of Pre-Taisho Japan by Michael Dean
 

Summer 1995

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Kiseru, The Japanese Pipe by Nadine and Philippe Quinet
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Ryo Kawara (Kawahara) by Rolf Schmoll and Fran├žois Storno
  • Netsuke on $5 a Day #5 by Robert P. Goode
  • The Bakemono Says
 

Spring 1995

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Netsuke in the Hermitage Museum by M. Uspensky
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Auction Reports by Luigi Bandini
  • 17th Century Netsuke by Joseph Kurstin, M.D.
  • The Bakemono Says

The International Netsuke Society is vehemently opposed to the trafficking, trade or commerce of illegal ivory, horn or any other illegal material. We support and comply with all international laws and regulations, including but not limited to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), the Endangered Species Act, and the African Elephant Conservation Act.