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The Imperial Museums of Meiji Japan: Architecture and the Art of the Nation
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Encounters and Translations: The Origins of Hakubutsukan and Bijutsu 2. The Museum in Ueno Park: Styling the Nation 3. The Age of the Imperial Museum 4. The ImperialExpand
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In Pursuit of Universalism: Yorozu Tetsugorō and Japanese Modern Art . By Alicia Volk. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010. Pp. 308. ISBN 10: 0520259521; 13: 9780520259522.
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  • International Journal of Asian Studies
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century agricultural cultivation also grew on a correspondingly large scale, and it is now thought that rural areas as well as cities underwent substantial population growth during this time. RisingExpand
The Retirement of Kyoto as Imperial Capital
Abstract Underlying the critique that Kyoto has turned into a theme park of Japanese culture is the sentiment that this city could do better than function as a site of leisure and amusement forExpand
Styling Japan: The Case of Josiah Conder and the Museum at Ueno, Tokyo
The public museum that opened in 1882 in Ueno Park, Tokyo, was conceived as the archetypal museum of Japan, serving to maintain and exhibit the nation9s cultural assets, natural specimens, andExpand
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Kuroda Seiki's Morning Toilette on Exhibition in Modern Kyoto
After nearly ten years of training in France, the artist Kuroda Seiki returned to Japan to mark his professional debut with the exhibition of his controversial painting Morning Toilette (1893).Expand
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