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Acquisition : art and ownership in Edo-period Japan / edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj
1st ed
Warren, CT : Floating World Editions, c2007
book jacket
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 4th Floor  N5285.J3 A26 2007    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Art -- Collectors and collecting -- Japan -- History -- Congresses
Art patronage -- Japan -- History -- Congresses
Art, Japanese -- Edo period, 1600-1868 -- Congresses
Physical Description ix, 196 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm
Note "Based on an international symposium held in Chicago in March of 2005, co-sponsored by the University of Chicago, the Art Institute of Chicago, and DePaul University."--P. x
Contents Owning Edo-period paintings / Timon Screech -- The Kotohiragū collection : dedications to the Kompira deity / Daisuke Itō -- Fools for art : two Maeda Daimyo as collectors in seventeenth-century Japan / Janice Katz -- A gift for the retired empress / Elizabeth Lillehoj -- Social networks and production of public discourse in Edo popular culture / Katsuya Hirano -- Sakai Hōitsu and art ownership / Satoko Tamamushi -- Lust for still life : Chinese painters in Japan and Japanese painters in China in the 1860s and 1870s / Joshua A. Fogel
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-190) and index
Summary Examines how and why people bought, sold, donated and received works of art at a time of dynamic exchanges between those making and those acquiring art
Alternate Author Lillehoj, Elizabeth
Art Institute of Chicago. Dept. of Asian Art

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