Issue 21 Winter 2017
Welcome to the Winter 2017 edition of our e-magazine. In this edition, we cover the highlights from our autumn activities to research on dyes used to make ukiyo-e prints by one of our Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellows. We’re also delighted to feature the Ashmolean Museum and its Japanese art collection, exhibitions on Japan taking place in Italy and the US, and books from our very own Lisa Sainsbury Library that uncover some ingenious ways Europeans tried to portray Japan.
We hope you enjoy this edition of our quarterly e-magazines.
Reflections on 2017 and looking forward to 2018 In this edition of our e-magazine my colleague Kaz Morohashi …Read More
Le Japon by M Breton: Part II Following on from my last e-magazine article, this article highlights further interesting details …Read More
From regional to global perspectives With chillier days upon us, autumn to winter is a season for art …Read More
Ashmolean Museum: The oldest public museum in Britain The Ashmolean Museum opened its doors to the public in …Read More