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Couperus & Japan op website Koninklijke Bibliotheek en in Louis Couperus Museum

Schrijver Louis Couperus (1863-1923) ging op uitnodiging van het weekblad Haagsche Post in 1922 naar Japan en schreef voor de krant over zijn ervaringen in het Oost-Aziatische land. Couperus bezocht onder andere Nagasaki, Kobe, Kyoto, de omgeving rondom Mount Fuji,

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Couperus & Japan op website Koninklijke Bibliotheek en in Louis Couperus Museum

Schrijver Louis Couperus (1863-1923) ging op uitnodiging van het weekblad Haagsche Post in 1922 naar Japan en schreef voor de krant over zijn ervaringen in het Oost-Aziatische land. Couperus bezocht onder andere Nagasaki, Kobe, Kyoto, de omgeving rondom Mount Fuji,

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New book: Tattoos in Japanese Prints

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston holds the largest collection of Japanese prints outside of Japan and parts of it have been published in various books. In a new book, curator Sarah Thompson has brought together 48 tattoo prints

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New book: Tattoos in Japanese Prints

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston holds the largest collection of Japanese prints outside of Japan and parts of it have been published in various books. In a new book, curator Sarah Thompson has brought together 48 tattoo prints

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Itō Shinsui exhibtion in Zurich

The Rietberg Museum in Zurich currently presents an exhibition on shin hanga artist Itō Shinsui (1898-1972). Shinsui is well known for his depictions of beautiful women, but he also made interesting landscape prints, including scenes in Indonesia during the Asia

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Itō Shinsui exhibtion in Zurich

The Rietberg Museum in Zurich currently presents an exhibition on shin hanga artist Itō Shinsui (1898-1972). Shinsui is well known for his depictions of beautiful women, but he also made interesting landscape prints, including scenes in Indonesia during the Asia

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New book solely on nanban screens

A book on nanban screens? What are nanban screens? Nanban is usually translated as southern barbarians and that was how the Portuguese in 16th and early 17th century Japan were referred to, as they arrived in Japan from the south.

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New book solely on nanban screens

A book on nanban screens? What are nanban screens? Nanban is usually translated as southern barbarians and that was how the Portuguese in 16th and early 17th century Japan were referred to, as they arrived in Japan from the south.

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New publication: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960

For the first time in a long period an extensive overview of modern Japanese printmaking has been published: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960. This publication not only pays attention to the Shin hanga movement but also to the

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New publication: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960

For the first time in a long period an extensive overview of modern Japanese printmaking has been published: Waves of renewal. Modern Japanese prints 1900-1960. This publication not only pays attention to the Shin hanga movement but also to the

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Japanese pop art in Tate Modern, London

On 17 September 2015  the exhibition The World Goes Pop was opened at the Tate Modern in London and Shinohara Ushio’s Doll Festival (1966) was chosen for the front cover of the exhibition catalogue. The exhibition in Tate Modern concentrates on

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Japanese pop art in Tate Modern, London

On 17 September 2015  the exhibition The World Goes Pop was opened at the Tate Modern in London and Shinohara Ushio’s Doll Festival (1966) was chosen for the front cover of the exhibition catalogue. The exhibition in Tate Modern concentrates on

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Personal stories in Impressions

Impressions, the journal of the Japanese Art Society of America, becomes heavier every year. It is a beautiful journal dedicated to Japanese art with a growing attention for modern and contemporary art. This year’s edition is another gem, filled with

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Personal stories in Impressions

Impressions, the journal of the Japanese Art Society of America, becomes heavier every year. It is a beautiful journal dedicated to Japanese art with a growing attention for modern and contemporary art. This year’s edition is another gem, filled with

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