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International Netsuke Society Journal - 2000


 

Winter 2000

  • Exhibition: Netsuke and Sagemono at the Ferenc Hopp Museum, Budapest by N. Burton Drexler
  • Symposium: Netsuke and Edo Culture by Linda Meredith
  • Naito Toyomasa: Part I by Kazutoyo Ichimichi
  • The Bakemono Says
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Auctions by Joseph Kurilecz and Katherine E. Martin
  • Iwami: Pupils of the Seiyodo School by David Burditt
  • Reviews:
    • Netsuke - 112 Masterpieces: The Trumpf Collection
    • The Robert S. Hurhart Collection of Iwami Netsuke
  • Legends by Sharen Chappell
  • Questions and Answers by Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes X by Neil K. Davey
 

Fall 2000

  • Do Unique netsuke Really Exist? by Karl M. Schwartz
  • Red Robe Kokusai, Part II by Yoichi Shimatani, translated and edited by Nori Watanabe
  • News from Japan by Nori Watanabe
  • Auctions by Douglas J. K. Wright
  • How I Started Collecting Netsuke by Michael O. Sear
  • Millennial War and Peace Netsuke by Three Japanese Artists by Robert O. Kinsey
  • Miriam Kinsey, A remembrance by Michael Henry Birch
  • Legends by Sharen Chappell 
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes IX by Neil K. Davey
 

Summer 2000

  • The Tatekawa Family of Wood Carvers: by Alain Ducros
  • Exhibition: Japanese Treasures, Toledo Museum of Art by Carolyn Putney and Matthew Wiederhold
  • News from Japan: Kano Tomokazu by Nori Watanabe
  • Auctions by Katherine E. Martin
  • Outstanding Netsuke by Contemporary Lacquer Artists Part III by Miriam and Robert Kinsey
  • Inro Motifs VII by Heinz Kress
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes VIII by Neil K. Davey

Spring 2000

  • Iwami Carvers: Kanman by David Burditt
  • Netsuke Exhibition in Stockholm by Michael R. Bernstein
  • Reviews: Shishi and Other Netsuke
  • Auctions by Douglas J.K. Wright
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Legends by Sharen Chappell and Dr. Karl Schwarz
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes VII by Neil K. Davey

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