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One of the great benefits of joining the International Netsuke Society is the quarterly journal which the society publishes. Articles are written by various collectors, scholars and dealers of netsuke. Published with high quality papers, the journal is handsome as well as being extremely informative and educational. Not a Member? Join Today to read all of the journals online!
1995
Spring 1995, Volume 15, No.1 - International Netsuke Society Journal
Spring
Volume 15, No.1
Summer 1996, Volume 15, No.2 - International Netsuke Society Journal
Summer
Volume 15, No.2
Fall 1995, Volume 16, No.3 - International Netsuke Society Journal
Fall
Volume 15, No.3
Winter 1995, Volume 15, No.4 - International Netsuke Society Journal
Winter
Volume 15, No.4

Winter 1995

  • President's Message
  • Letters
  • Corrections and Additions to the 1995 Membership Directory
  • A Peach of a Week in the Big Apple Sydney and Bill Phillips
  • A Saru-Taiko Netsuke Michael Dean
  • 18th Century Standing Figures David Burditt
  • The Administration of the Town of Mashiko by the Hirano Family 16th-20th Century Michael Dean
  • Jack Coutu: A Quiet English Artist David Burditt
  • The Carving of a Boar Tusk Jack Coutu
  • Eye of the Beholder Robert E. Martin, M.D.
  • Q&A Raymond Bushell
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Legends
  • Calendar

Cover:
Tokaido road porter. 10.3 cm. David Burditt Collection (Photo by David Burditt)

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Fall 1995

  • Letters
  • Netsuke Kenkyukai Chapters
  • Tadatoshi: The Stylistic Father of the Nagoya School Jairus K. Hammond
  • Andy Warhol and the Arts of Pre-Taisho Japan Michael Dean
  • Inro Motifs: Part IV Heinz Kress
  • Learning at the Auctions Luigi Bandini
  • Q&A Raymond Bushell
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Reviews
  • Legends
  • Calendar

Cover:
Gamma Sennin and toad. Signed Tadatoshi, wood, 3.3 cm. ExGuest Collection. Jay Hammond Collection

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Summer 1995

  • President's Message
  • Editor's Note
  • Letters
  • Netsuke Kenkyukai Chapters
  • Netsuke in Cyberspace
  • Kiseru, The Japanese Pipe Nadine and Philippe Quint
  • NK Convention 1995 Announcement
  • Ryo Kawara (Kawahara) Rolf Schmoll and Fran├žois Storno
  • Netsuke on $5 a Day #5 Robert O. Goode
  • On the Continent Gabor Wilhelm
  • Q&A Raymond Bushell
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Reviews
  • Legends
  • Recovered Netsuke
  • Bibliography Additions
  • Calendar

Cover:
Ama swimming through water. Signed Ryo, ivory, 6.2 cm. Rolf Schmoll collection.

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Spring 1995

  • President's Message
  • Letters
  • Netsuke Kenkyukai Chapters
  • Q&A Raymond Bushell
  • The S. Varshavsky Collection of Netsuke in the Hermitage Museum M. Uspensky
  • NK Convention 1995 Announcement
  • Learning at the Auctions Luigi Bandini
  • On the Continent Gabor Wilhelm
  • Legends
  • Reviews
  • The Bakemono Says
  • 17th Century Netsuke Joseph Kurstin, M.D.
  • Bibliography Additions
  • Calendar

Cover:
Stylized parrot. Ivory, unsigned, 17th century, 11 cm. Joseph Kurstin Collection

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