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International Netsuke Society Journal - 2009

Winter 2009 Issue
  • President's Letter
  • Financial Report
  • Letters
  • Chapters
  • Questions and Answers
         Yukari Yoshida & Joseph Kurstin
  • Momotaro - The Peach Boy
        Vlad Bykoriz
  • Netsuke Basics from A to Z
         Christine Drosse
  • Rakuchu: A Neoclassical Netsuke Carver
        Yoichi Shimatani
  • Tall and Slim: Depiction of Beautiful Women and the Seven Sages in late 18th century Japan
        Else and Heinz Kress
  • The Armchair Collector: Genjoraku or Ryujin?
         Richard Hieronymus
  • Guajian, Chinese Toggles: Netsuke's Newest Old Frontier
         Franco Bellino
  • Auctions: Bluette H. Kirchhoff Collection
         Stanley Wertheim and Michael J. Strone
  • Auctions: Eldred's
         Ed McNiff
  • On the Continent
         Gabor Wilhelm
  • Memoriam
  • Membership Form
  • Index of Advertisers
  • Back Issues
Fall 2009 Issue
  • President's Letter
  • Convention Post-Script
  • Chapters
  • Questions and Answers
         Yukari Yoshida & Joseph Kurstin
  • An Ema Tablet Depicting Inro and Netsuke by Suzuki Masayoshi, dated 1760
         Else and Heinz Kress
  • The Work of Ryo Kawara (Kawahara):
    Part 2
         David Burditt
  • Whose Dog Is It?
         Vladyslav Bykoriz
  • Unusual Animal and Bird Configurations in Netsuke
        Eberhard Schmidt-Böthelt
  • From the Outside Looking In
        Michael J. Strone
  • A Big Question to "The Question of Authenticity"
         Nori Watanabe
  • Netsuke Basics from A to Z
         Christine Drosse
  • Auctions
         D.J.K. Wright
  • Book Reviews
  • Memoriam
  • New York Convention Photos
  • Correction
  • Membership Form
  • Index of Advertisers
  • Back Issues
Volume 29 No.2 Summer 2009 International Netsuke Society Journal Summer 2009 Issue
  • New York Convention Bulletin
  • President's Letter
  • Letters
  • Chapters
  • Questions and Answers
         Yukari Yoshida & Joseph Kurstin
  • Lost in Plain View: A Noteworthy 19th Century Netsukeshi, All But Invisible
         Christopher Beamer
  • Inro Made in Kyoto, 350 Years Ago
         Else and Heinz Kress
  • A New Year's Gift
  • A Remarkable Sansukumi
         Eberhard Schmidt-Böthelt
  • The Work of Ryo Kawara (Kawahara):
    Part I
         David Burditt
  • From the Outside Looking In
         Michael J. Strone
  • Netsuke Happenings: The Case of the Twin Christ-Figures
        Gabor Wilhelm
  • Netsuke Basics from A to Z
         Christine Drosse
  • Auctions
         Michael J. Strone
  • Membership Form
  • Index of Advertisers
Volume 29 No.1 Spring 2009 International Netsuke Society Journal Spring 2009 Issue
  • New York Convention Bulletin
  • Vice-President's Letter
  • Letters
  • Chapters
  • Questions and Answers
    Yukari Yoshida & Joseph Kurstin
  • Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Fine Inro Netsuke, and One Statue
    David Burditt
  • Tsuishu from a Daimyo Grave
    Else and Heinz Kress
  • The Centennial Sennin
    Chris Beamer
  • From the Outside Looking In
    Michael Strone
  • The Armchair Collector
    Richard Hieronymus
  • A Puppy Netsuke by Komin with Kao
    Judy Barnewolt-Jones
  • Netsuke Basics from A to Z
    Christine Drosse
  • An Unusual Netsuke
    Eberhard Schmidt-Böthelt
  • Auctions
    Douglas J.K. Wright
  • On the Continent
    Gabor Wilhelm
  • Book Reviews
  • Memoriam
  • Membership Form
  • Index of Advertisers
  • Back Issues

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