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International Netsuke Society Journal - 2007

Fall 2007 Issue
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • New Japanese Art Department at Bonhams by Neil K. Davey
  • Hokusai for Foreigners by Else & Heinz Kress
  • Transformations and Bewitching Apparitions by Rosemary Bandini
  • From the Outside Looking In: Whose Art Is It Anyway? by Michael J. Strone
  • Sansukumi by Kazuko Nakanishi Ficara
  • Facts and Speculations about the Carp - Part 2: The Carp That Was Not Eaten by Dr. Suzy Van Laere-Fischer
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Auctions by Douglas J.K. Wright
  • Netsuke Basics from A to Z by Christine Drosse
  • The Armchair Collector - Kirin: Ace High in the Netsuke Deck! by Richard Hieronymus

 

Summer 2007 Issue
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Black Beauty by Guenther Heckman
  • Sosen: Kyoto Netsukeshi? by Christopher Beamer
  • From the Outside Looking In: The Importance of Being Earnest by Michael J. Strone
  • Miami Convention: A Week to Remember
  • Affiliation between Japanese Netsuke and Carl Faberge's Works by Tatiana Nikolova
  • Facts and Speculations about the Carp - Part I: Carp as Food by Dr. Suzy Van Laere-Fischer
  • Toun Shishido by Hollis Kinsey
  • Book Review: Tiny Titans
Spring 2007 Issue
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Tenmin School of Kagamibuta Makers by Dieuwke Eijer
  • Anabori (Cavern) and Interior Carving by Ikuko Kimura, PhD
  • Ariwara no Narihira: A Famous Poet and Beau by Karl M. Schwarz
  • Auctions, NY by Stanley Wertheim
  • Asia Art Week by Douglas J.K. Wright
  • JINCS Index
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • The Armchair Collector: The Big Win by Richard Hieronymus
  • Of Pox Demons and Man-Eating Monsters by Alexander L. Bieri

 

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