Masterpieces of Japanese Art - Cincinati Art Museum

Author(s): Keiko Nakamachi (Contribution by); Hou-Mei Sung; Masahiko Aizawa (Contribution by)


This is the first complete study and reappraisal of the remarkable collection of Japanese art at the Cincinnati Art Museum. It features a wealth of artifacts, including paintings and ceramics, metal objects and weaponry, screens, masks, cloisonne enamel, lacquer ware, ivory carvings, kimonos, and dolls, the majority dating from the Edo period (1615-1868) to the end of the Meiji Period in 1912.

In addition to an important introduction by Hou-mei Sung, curator of Asian art, there are contributions by two leading guest authors from Japan, professor Keiko Nakamachi and professor Masahiko Aizawa, who study the painted screens in the collection.


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  • : 9781907804199
  • : D. Giles Limited
  • : D. Giles Limited
  • : 1.4
  • : December 2014
  • : .94 Inches X 9 Inches X 11 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Keiko Nakamachi (Contribution by); Hou-Mei Sung; Masahiko Aizawa (Contribution by)
  • : Hardback
  • : English
  • : 709.52/07477178
  • : 208