Jahf biannual Bibliography, 2000-2014

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Fritsch, Lena. 2012. "Tales of Tono and the Concept of Furusato." In Daido Moriyama: Tales of Tono. London: Tate Publishing.

Fritsch, Lena. 2012. "Tod und Töten im fotografischen Bild (Death and Killing in the Photographic Image). Izima Kaorus 'Landscapes with a Corpse' und Yann Tomas 'Crimes sur Commande'." In Töten: Darstellbarkeit eines Prozesses? (Killing: Is it Possible to Depict the Process?), edited by Doris Schuhmacher-Chilla and Nadia Ismail, 87–106. Oberhausen: Athena.

Fritsch, Lena. 2014. "Die Verpackung zählt! Miwa Yanagis fotografische Serie “Elevator Girls” und die Kunst des Verhüllens in japanischen Kaufhäusern (Wrapping Matters! Miwa Yanagi’s Photographic Series Elevator Girls and the Art of Wrapping in Japanese Department Stores)." In Haut und Hülle: Umschlag und Verpackung (Skin and Shell: Envelope and Packaging), edited by Michael Fisch and Ute Seiderer, 194–206. Berlin: Rotbuch.

Fritsch, Lena. 2014. "Miyako Ishiuchi." In Unbeugsam und Ungebändigt: Dokumentarische Fotografie um 1979 (Intractable and Untamed: Documentary Photography around 1979), edited by Barbara Engelbach, 90–92. Cologne: Museum Ludwig Cologne.

Fritsch, Lena. 2014. "The Bittersweet Beauty of Ephemerality: Ishiuchi Miyako’s Photography." In Miyako Ishiuchi: Hasselblad Award 2014, edited by Louise Wolthers and Dragana Vujanovic, 137–142. Heidelberg: Kehrer.

Fukuoka, Maki. 2005. "Between Seeing and Knowing: Shifting Standards of Accuracy and the Concept of Shashin in Japan, 1830-1872."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

Fukuoka, Maki. 2010. "Toward a Synthesized History of Photography: Conceptual Genealogy of Shashin." Positions: Asia Critique 18 (3 Special Issue on Photography in East Asia):571-597.

Fukuoka, Maki. 2011. "Selling Portrait Photographs: Early Photographic Business in Asakusa, Japan." History of Photography 35 (4):353-374.

Fukuoka, Maki. 2012. The Premise of Fidelity: Science, Visuality, and Representing the Real in Nineteenth-Century Japan. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

Garcia Rodriguez, Amaury A. 2011. El control de la estampa erótica japonesa shunga (The Control of Japanese Erotic Shunga Prints)  México, D.F.: El Colegio de México.

Gerhart, Karen. 2001. "Issues of Talent and Training in the Seventeenth-Century Kano Workshop." Ars Orientalis (31):103-128.

Gerhart, Karen M. 2000. "Kano Tan'yu and Horin Josho: Patronage and Artistic Practice." Monumenta Nipponica 55 ((Winter) 4):483-508.

Gerhart, Karen M. 2003. "Talent, Training, and Power: The Kano Painting Workshop in the Seventeenth Century." In Copying the Master and Stealing His Secrets: Talent and Training in Japanese Painting, edited by Brenda Jordan and Weston Victoria, 9-30, 189-194. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Gerhart, Karen M. 2004. "Vision of the Dead: Kano Tan'yu's Paintings of Tokugawa Iemitsu's Dreams." In Critical Perspectives on Classicism in Japanese Painting, 1600-1700, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj, 1-34. Honolulu: University of Hawai Press.

Gerhart, Karen M. 2004. "Classical Imagery and Tokugawa Patronage: A Redefinition in the Seventeenth Century." In Critical Perspectives on Classicism in Japanese Painting, 1600-1700, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj, 169-186. Honolulu: University of Hawai Press.

Gerstle, C. Andrew, Timothy Clark, and Akiko Yano. 2005. Kabuki Heroes on the Osaka Stage, 1780-1830. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Glassman, Hank. 2002. "The Nude Jizō at Denkōji: Notes on Women's Salvation in Kamakura Buddhism." In Engendering Faith: Women and Buddhism in Pre-Modern Japan, edited by Barbara Ruch, 383-413. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan.

Glassman, Hank. 2003. "'Show me the Place Where my Mother Is!' Chūjōhime, Preaching, and Relics in Late Medieval and Early Modern Japan." In In Approaching the Pure Land: Religious Praxis in the Cult of Amitābha, edited by Richard Payne and Kenneth Tanaka, 139-168. Honolulu: Kuroda Institute/University of Hawaii Press.

Gluckman, Dale Carolyn, and Hollis Goodall. 2008. Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota. San Diego: Thames & Hudson.

Goldberg, Deborah A. 2000. "Isamu Noguchi: The Artist as Engineer and Visionary Designer, 1918-1939."Ph.D. dissertation, Institute of Fine Arts/New York University.

Goodall, Hollis. 2008. "Kubota as Imagist: Reinventing Pictorial Icons in Kimono Form." In Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota, edited by Dale Carolyn Gluckman and Hollis Goodall. San Diego: Thames & Hudson.

Goodall, Hollis. 2011. "The Jacqueline Avant Collection of Japanese Lacquer: An Intriguing Pursuit." Arts of Asia 41 (2):107-117.

Goodall, Hollis. 2014. "The ‘Greater Taishō’ Era: A Boiling Cultural Stew." Andon 97:7-18.

Goodall, Hollis, Virginia G. Atchley, Sebastian Izzard, Neil K. Davey, Christine Drosse, Odile Madden, and Robert T. Singer. 2003. The Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection of Netsuke: A Legacy at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Chicago & Los Angeles: Art Media Resources.

Graham, Patricia J. 2000. "Festivals of the Twelve Months: Japanese Ceremonial and Seasonal Time." In Tempus Fugit: Time Flies, edited by Jan Schall, 282-287. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Kansas City, MO.

Graham, Patricia J. 2001. "China's Influence on Japanese Edo Period Paintings at the Indianapolis Museum of Art." Orientations 32 (3):78-92.

Graham, Patricia J. 2002. "The Later Flourishing of Literati Painting in Edo-period Japan." In An Enduring Vision: Paintings from the Manyo'an Collection from the 17th to the 20th Century, edited by Tadashi Kobayashi, 69-87. New Orleans: New Orleans Museum of Art.

Graham, Patricia J. 2003. "Shingon in Japanese Visual Culture, 17th to 20th Century." Bulletin of the Research Institute of Esoteric Buddhist Culture October:119-138.

Graham, Patricia J. 2003. "Fans Afloat: Samurai Taste in Japanese Yamatoe Design." Orientations 34 (11):20-29.

Graham, Patricia J. 2003. "Karamono for Sencha, Transformations in the Taste for Chinese Art." In Japanese Tea Culture: Art, History, and Practice, edited by Morgan Pitelka, 110-136. Routledge-Curzon Press: London.

Graham, Patricia J. 2003. "An Interview with Dr. Kurt A. Gitter and Alice Rae Yelen." Orientations 33 (8):77-81.

Graham, Patricia J. 2007. Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art, 1600-2005. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Graham, Patricia J. 2007. "Ōtagaki Rengetsu and the Japanese Tea Ceremony." In Black Robe, White Mist: The Art of the Japanese Buddhist Nun Ōtagaki Rengetsu. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia.

Graham, Patricia J. 2009. "Dissention in the World of Tea: The Fashion for Sencha and Chinese Culture in Early Modern Japan." In Steeped in History: The Art of Tea, edited by Beatrice Hohenegger, 90-105. Los Angeles: Fowler Museum at UCLA.

Graham, Patricia J. 2010. "'Japan to 1333' & 'Japan After 1333'." In Art History, edited by Marilyn Stokstad and Michael Cothren. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson-Prentice Hall.

Graham, Patricia J. 2011. "Compassion, Craft, and Connectedness: Shinji Turner-Yamamoto’s Cincinnati Global Tree Project." Orientations 42 (4):80-85.

Graham, Patricia J. 2011. "The Visual Culture of Japanese Buddhism from the Early Modern Period to the Present." Religious Compass 5 (8):389–411.

Graham, Patricia J. 2011. "Craftsmanship in Japanese Arts." In Reading Asian Art and Artifacts: Windows to Asia on American College Campuses, edited by Paul K. Nietupski and Joan O'Mara, 123-148. Bethlehem PA, Lanham, MD: Lehigh University Press/Rowman & Littlefield.

Graham, Patricia J. 2012. "Compassion, Craft and Connectedness." In Shinji Turner-Yamamoto Global Tree Project, edited by Shinji Turner-Yamamoto, Patricia J. Graham and Justine Ludwig, 49-54. Bologna: Damiani Editore.

Graham, Patricia J. 2014. "East Asian Art." In Appraising Art: The Definitive Guide to Appraising the Fine and Decorative Arts, edited by Wendall Garnett, 291-296. New York: Appraisers Association of America

Graham, Patricia J. 2014. Japanese Design: Art, Aesthetics, and Culture. Rutland VT: Tuttle Publishing.

Graham, Patricia J. 2014. "Ōbaku and Sencha." In Eat This and Drink Some Tea: Huangbo / Ōbaku Crosscultural Zen Calligraphy, 44-54. London: Sydney L. Moss, Ltd.

Graybill, Maribeth. 2011. The Artist’s Touch, The Craftsman’s Hand: Three Centuries of Japanese Prints from the Portland Art Museum. Portland OR: Portland Art Museum.

Groemer, Gerald. 2011. "Tamura Hachidayu and the ‘Masters of Sacred Dance'." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 38 (2):303-327.

Grossman, Nancy, James T. Ulak, Marjorie Williams, Laurence Channing, and Cleveland Museum of Art. 2005. Art of Japan: Masterpieces from the Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Museum of Art.

Gunji, Naoko. 2011. "Redesigning the Death Rite and Redesignating the Tomb: The Separation of Kami and Buddhist Deities at the Mortuary Site for Emperor Antoku." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 38 (1):55-92.

Gunji, Naoko. 2013. "The Ritual Narration of Mortuary Art: The Iliustrated Story of Antoku and Its Etoki at Amidaji." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40 (2):203-245.

Guth, Christine. 2004. Longfellow's Tattoos: Tourism, Collecting, and Japan. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Guth, Christine. 2008. "Hokusai’s Geometry." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 20:120-132.

Guth, Christine, Emiko Yamanashi, and Alicia Volk. 2004. Japan and Paris: Impressionism, Post-Impressionism and the Modern Era. Seattle & Honolulu: University of Washington; Honolulu Academy of Arts.

Guth, Christine M. E. 2011. "Hokusai’s Great Waves in Nineteenth-Century Japanese Visual Culture." The Art Bulletin 93 (4):468-485.

Haft, Alfred. 2005. "Patterns of Correspondence between the Floating World and the Classical Tradition: A Study of the Terms Mitate, Yatsushi and Furyu in the Context of Ukiyo-e."Ph.D. dissertation, University of London, SOAS.

Haft, Alfred. 2006. "Harunobu and the Stylishly Informal: Furyu Yatsushi as Aesthetic Convention." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 28:23-29.

Haft, Alfred. 2008. "Immortalizing the Yoshiwara Courtesan: Mitate in a Surimono Series by [Yashima] Gakutei." In Reading Surimono: The Interplay of Text and Image in Japanese Prints, edited by John Carpenter. Leiden: Brill.

Haft, Alfred. 2012. "Japanese Prints of the Edo and Meiji Periods." Orientations 43 (7):70-71.

Hamada, Shukuko. 2009. "The Art of Serizawa Keisuke." In Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design, edited by Joe Earle, 117-119. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Hánová, Markéta. 2001. "Harimaze Screens." Bulletin of the National Gallery in Prague:65-72.

Hánová, Markéta. 2003. "Reflection of Reality in Japanese Landscape Painting." Bulletin of the European Association for Japanese Studies (63).

Hánová, Markéta. 2005. "The Image of Mount Fuji in the Perceived Reality of Japanese Landscape Painting." Bulletin of the National Gallery in Prague:71-85.

Hánová, Markéta. 2005. "Tradition of Asian Art Exhibitions in the Czech Lands." In Mimoevropské umění v českých sbírkách; soumrak někdejší slávy? Seminář o studiu mimoevropského umění v souvislosti s českými sbírkami, jejich zpracováním a vystavováním (Symposium on non-European Art Studies with regards to Czech collections and their presentations), edited by Císařský sál Carolinae. Prague: Department of Far East Studies, Charles University in Prague.

Hánová, Markéta. 2006. "Příroda v japonské malbě a grafice” (Nature in Japanese Painting and Graphics)." In Asian Art : Guide to the Permanent Exhibition of the Collection of Oriental Art of the National Gallery in Prague, edited by Michaela Pejčochová. Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Hánová, Markéta. 2008. "Iluze nebo realita? Ikonografie japonské a evropské krajinomalby na přelomu 19. a 20. století v kontextu reflexe skutečnosti a fenoménu japonismu (Illusion or reality? Iconography of Japanese and European landscape painting at the turn of the 19th and 20th century in reflection of reality and the Japonisme phenomenon)."Ph.D. dissertation, Charles University.

Hánová, Markéta. 2009. Japonské vize krajin (Japanese Visions of Landscape). Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Hánová, Markéta. 2009. "Srovnání Váchalovy tvorby a jeho originálních technik s uměním japonského dřevořezu." In Hory a srdce. Josef Váchal, Jiří Kornatovský (Yama to kokoro Yozefu Vaharu, Iji Korunatofusuki). Sušice: Takasaki City Gallery, Museum Šumavy Sušice.

Hánová, Markéta. 2010. Japonské exlibris (Japanese exlibris). Hradec Králové: Museum východních Čech v Hradci Králové.

Hánová, Markéta. 2010. Japonisme in the Fine Arts of the Czech Lands. Prague: National Gallery in Prague.

Hánová, Markéta. 2012. "Japonisme in the Czech Visual Arts – An Idiom of Modernity at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries." In Orientalism/Occidentalism: The Languages of Culture vs. the Languages of Description, edited by Evgeny Steiner, 58-66. Moscow: Russian Institute for Cultural Research.

Harris, Jennifer. 2014. Netsuke and Other Miniatures From the Japanese Collection, Art Gallery of South Australia. Adelaide: Art Gallery of South Australia, THA Distributed.

Harris, John Wesley. 2006. The Traditional Theatre of Japan: Kyogen, Noh, Kabuki, and Puppetry. Lewiston, N.Y: Edwin Mellen Press.

Harris, Victor. 2005. Cutting Edge: Japanese Swords in the British Museum. Vol. 1st. North Clarendon, VT: Tuttle Pub.

Havlicova, Eva. 2012. "What Is in a Place? New Initiatives in Ink Landscape Painting in Eastern Japan during the Later Muromachi Period." In Crossing the Sea: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Yoshiaki Shimizu, edited by Gregory P. A. Levine, Andrew M. Watsky and Gennifer Weisenfeld, 183-202. P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art and the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University in association with Princeton University Press.

Hayashi, Michio. 2012. "Tracing the Graphic in Postwar Japanese Art." In Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde, edited by Doryun Chung, 94-119. New York, NY: The Museum of Modern Art.

Hein, Laura. 2009. "Tomiyama Taeko’s Art and Remembrance of the Asia Pacific War." Education About Asia 14 (3):14-29.

Hein, Laura. 2010. "Modern Art Patronage and Democratic Citizenship in Japan." Journal of Asian Studies 69 (3):821-841.

Hein, Laura. 2011. "Reckoning with War in the Museum: Hijikata Teiichi at the Kamakura Museum of Modern Art." Critical Asian Studies 43 (1).

Hein, Laura. 2013. "Reckoning with War in the Museum: Hijikata Teiichi at the Kamakura Museum of Modern Art." In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 353-366. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

Hein, Laura, and Rebecca Jennison. 2010. Imagination Without Borders: Visual Artist Tomiyama Taeko and Social Responsibility. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan.

Hein, Laura, and Nobuo Tanaka. 2010. "Brushing with Authority: The Life and Art of Tomiyama Taeko." The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (13-3-10).

Heinrich, Amy V. 2006. Seasons of Sacred Celebration: Flowers and Poetry from an Imperial Convent. New York, NY: Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies.

Herlands, Jason. 2009. "Rewriting History: The Intoxicating Hierarchies of Kachikujin yapu." In PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture, edited by Ayelet Zohar, 50-71. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Herwig, Henk, Vos, Jos, and Paul Griffith. 2014. "Surprise Comparisons in Kunisada’s Print Series Mitate Sanjūrokkusen." Andon 96:37-64.

Herwig, Henk J., and Joshua Mostow. 2007. The Hundred Poets Compared: A Print Series by Kuniyoshi, Hiroshige, and Kunisada. Leiden & Boston: Hotei Publishing.

Hirano, Katsuya. 2007. "Social Networks and Production of Public Discourse in Edo Popular Culture." In Acquisition: Art and Ownership in Edo-period Japan, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj. Warren, CT: Floating World Editions.

Hirasawa, Caroline. 2005. "Hellbent on Heaven: Female Damnation and Salvation in Tateyama's Mandalas."Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Hirasawa, Caroline. 2008. "The Inflatable, Collapsible Kingdom of Retribution: A Primer on Japanese Hell Imagery and Imagination." Monumenta Nipponica 63 (1):1-50.

Hirasawa, Caroline. 2012. "Cracking Cauldrons and Babies on Blossoms: The Relocation of Salvation in Japanese Hell Painting." Artibus Asiae 72 (1).

Hirasawa, Caroline. 2013. Hell-bent for Heaven in Tateyama Mandara: Painting and Religious Practice at a Japanese Mountain. Vol. 6, Japanese Visual Culture. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

Hirase, Reita. 2013. "War and Bronze Sculpture." In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire, 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Tiampo Ming, 229-239. Leiden: Brill.

Hirasuna, Delphine, and Kit Hinrichs. 2005. The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American Internment Camps, 1942-1946. Berkeley, Calif: Ten Speed Press.

Hirayama, Miki. 2009. "The Emperor’s New Clothes: Japanese Visuality and Imperial Portrait Photography." History of Photography 33 (2):165-184.

Hirayama, Mikiko. 2011. "Japanese Art Criticism: The First Fifty Years." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 257-280. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Hirayama, Mikiko. 2013. ""Fictionalized Truth": Realism as the Vehicle for War Painting." In Art and War in Japan and its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 39-58. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

Hoaglund, Lind. 2012. "The Lost Art of Resistance." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 33:31-42.

Hockley, Allen. 2000. "Shunga: Function, Context, Methodology." Monumenta Nipponica 55 (2):257-269.

Hockley, Allen. 2001. "Cameras, Photographs, and Photography in Nineteenth-Century Japanese Prints." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 23:42-63.

Hockley, Allen. 2002. Inside the Floating World: Japanese Prints from the Lenoir C. Wright Collection. Greensboro, NC: Weatherspoon Art Gallery.

Hockley, Allen. 2003. The Prints of Isoda Koryusai : Floating World Culture and its Consumers in Eighteenth-Century Japan. Seattle, Wash; Chesham: University of Washington Press; Combined Academic.

Hockley, Allen. 2004. "The Zenning of Shiko Munakata." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 26:77-87.

Hockley, Allen. 2004. "First Encounters Emerging Stereotypes: Westerners and Seisha in the Late Nineteenth Century." In Geisha: Beyond the Painted Smile, edited by Museum Peabody Esses, 51-65. New York: George Braziller.

Hockley, Allen. 2004. "Packaged Tours: Photo Albums and Their Implications for the Study of Early Japanese Photography." In Reflecting Truth: Photography in Nineteenth-Century Japan, edited by Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere and Mikiko Hirayama, 66-85. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Hockley, Allen. 2006. Public Spectacles and Personal Pleasures: Four Centuries of Japanese Prints From a Cincinnati Collection. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Museum of Art.

Hockley, Allen. 2006. "New Age Warriors: Redeploying the Heroic Ethos in the Late Meiji Period." In Chikanobu: Modernity and Nostalgia in Japanese Prints, 109-115. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Hockley, Allen. 2006. "Expectation and Authenticity in Meiji Tourist Photography." In Challenging Past and Present: The Metamorphosis of Nineteenth-Century Japanese Art, edited by P. Ellen Conant, 114-132. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Hockley, Allen. 2010. "A Response to Kinoshita Naoyuki: Foreign Perspectives on 'Living Dolls' at Asakusadera." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (32):167-176.

Hockley, Allen. 2012. "Other Tea Cults." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 24, Beyond Tenshin: Okakura Kakuzō’s Multiple Legacies:94-115.

Holmberg, Ryan. 2009. "The Third Mind." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (31):142-157.

Hori, Sachiko. 2012. "The Roles of Women of the Samurai Class." In Art of Armor: Samurai Armor From The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection, edited by J. Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, 51-57. Dallas, TX, New Haven, CT, & London: The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum in association with Yale University Press.

Horiuchi, Lynne. 2005. "Dislocations and Relocations: The Built Environments of Japanese American Internment."Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Santa Barbara.

Hoshino, Yukinobu. 2012. Professor Munakata’s British Museum Adventure. Edited by Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere. London: British Museum Press.

House, John. 2013. "Impressionism and Japan." In Japonisme and the Rise of the Modern Art Movement: The Arts of the Meiji Period: The Khalili Collection, edited by Gregory Irvine, 104-139. New York: Thames & Hudson.

Hu, Philip K. 2009. "Sail Returning from Distant Shore: Chinese Themes and Styles on Japanese Folding Screens." In Beyond Golden Clouds: Japanese Screens from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Saint Louis Art Museum, edited by Janice Katz, 57-72. Singapore: The Art Institute of Chicago.

Hughes, Michael C. 2006. An Important Collection of Chinese, Korean and Ryukyuan Lacquer. New York: Michael C. Hughes, LLC.

Hunter, Harriet. 2002. "A Late Heian Period Reinterpretation of the Rishukyô Mandara." Japanese Religions 27 (1 Special Issue on Shingon Buddhism).

Hutt, Julia. 2000. "East and West in Japanese Export Lacquerware: Some Problem Pieces in the Victoria and Albert Museum." In Ostasiatische und Europäische Lacktechniken (East Asian and European Lacquer Techniques), 19-26. Munchen: Bayerisches Landesamt fur Denkmalpflege.

Hutt, Julia. 2000. "Unryuan – Looking Back as a Way Forward." In Creativity Within Tradition: The Lacquer Art of Kitamura Tatsuo – Unryuan: Precious Makie, edited by Museum Nomura Art. Kyoto: Nomura Art Museum.

Hutt, Julia. 2001. "Lacquerwork of Japan and Korea." In The World of Lacquer: 2000 years of history, edited by Carvalho Pedro de Moura, 67-79. Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Hutt, Julia. 2003. Japanese Netsuke. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Hutt, Julia. 2003. "The Japanese Collection of Lacquerware in the Victoria and Albert Museum." In The Role of Urushi in International Exchange, edited by Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties and Museum Tokyo National, 46-51. Tokyo: National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo and Tokyo National Museum.

Hutt, Julia. 2004. "Asia in Europe: Lacquer for the West." In Encounters; The Meeting of Asia and Europe 1500 - 1800, edited by Anna Jackson and Amin Jaffer, 234-253. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Hutt, Julia. 2005. "The Mazarin Chest Project: Japanese Export Lacquer in the Victoria & Albert Museum." Arts of Asia 35 (5):101-106.

Hutt, Julia. 2006. "From the Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang to the Omi Hakkei: A New Interpretation of the Iconography of the Mazarin Chest." Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 71:3-18.

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