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Netsuke: A Guide for Collectors

Mary Louise O'Brien

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ISBN 10: 0804804230 / ISBN 13: 9780804804233
Verlag: U.S.A.: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1965
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Titel: Netsuke: A Guide for Collectors

Verlag: U.S.A.: Charles E. Tuttle Company

Erscheinungsdatum: 1965

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand: Good

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good

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Book by Mary Louise OBrien

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Among the growing number of books dealing with the fascinating miniature sculptures of Japan known as netsuke, none so far has treated the subject specifically from the viewpoint of the amateur collector. It is the purpose of the present volume to answer the need for such a guide. The book fulfills this purpose by organizing for the first time in easy reference form the assorted bits and pieces of information included in earlier books about netsuke. At the same time it approaches the subject from the point of view of the amateur collector rather than that of an owner discussing his own accomplished collection. Ever since Japan's emergence a little over a century ago from her long period of seclusion under Tokugawa rule, netsuke have exerted an
almost irresistible attraction for Western collectors. These tiny carvings-exquisite in detail, charming in conception, and delightful for the
sheer tactual pleasure to be experienced in handling them-captivated admirers of Japanese art and craftsmanship. Basically, netsuke were utilitarian in purpose, for they were designed to serve as pendants or toggles to support medi-
cine boxes, writing cases, smoking equipment, and similar articles worn suspended by a cord from the obi-a practical device since the kimono had no pockets. At first quite primitive in design, they soon became more and more sophisticated, and their carvers turned increasingly to the lege ndry of Japan and China for inspiration and subject matter. As J apanese costume became ever more Westernized, however, netsuke went out of fashion and, almost simultaneously, became the object of intensive sea rch by collectors and museums. That the search continues-and that the interest in netsuke is a developing one-is proved not only by remarkable increases in the prices of
genuine netsuke but also by the recent appearance of more and more literature dealing with these charming products of Japanese craftsmanship. The r eader will quickly discover from Mary Louise O'Brien's delightful and competent
handling of the subject ·that she has made an invaluable contribution to this literature.

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