Print, Make, Wear:Creative Projects for Digital Textile Design Melanie Bowles, The People´s Print
Beethoven and the Clarinet:A Study of Beethoven´s Writing for the Clarinet in his Symphonies, with Particular Reference to the Development of the Instrument Melanie Piddocke
Art as Plunder:The Ancient Origins of Debate about Cultural Property Margaret Melanie Miles
This beautifully illustrated survey examines the art and artists of the Edo period, one of the great epochs in Japanese art. Together with the imperial city of Kyoto and the port cities of Osaka and Nagasaki, the splendid capital city of Edo (now Tokyo) nurtured a magnificent tradition of painting, calligraphy, printmaking, ceramics, architecture, textile work, and lacquer. As each city created its own distinctive social, political, and economic environment, its art acquired a unique flavor and aesthetic. Author Christine Guth focuses on the urban aspects of Edo art, including discussions of many of Japan´s most popular artists--Korin, Utamaro, and Hiroshige, among others--as well as those that are lesser known, and provides a fascinating look at the cities in which they worked.