Re: Chikubushima - art, book, thoughts?
- Alas, my local, county and state library system is lacking. I actually own a private collection larger then the state library system had.
That being said, I will check for the book but I doubt they have it. I just purchased a new book for the collection and to use as reference material for an article I am writing about the Momoyama period for the Midrealms 'The Pale' publication. More reviews and photos soon.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, James Eckman <ronin_engineer@...> wrote:
> > Posted by: "art_fetish"
> > I'll wait a few days. If by July 15th no one has spoken up about this book I will purchase it and write a review with SCA period in mind.
> > -Kimiko
> Art Bulletin, Jun 01, 2005 has a fairly long review of it, it sounds
> good. You can probably find this online thru a local library. I ordered
> it thru inter-library loan, thanks for the suggestion!
> Posted by: "art_fetish"How about the colleges? I have been in that situation in the past, one
> Alas, my local, county and state library system is lacking. I actually own a private collection larger then the state library system had.
library near me was pretty much a BYOB library.
- I am sorry to say I cannot help much in this. I own the book, but have not yet gotten around to reading it in detail. When it first came I did skim through it. It looks interesting to anyone interested in Japanese art history, Azuchi-Momoyama period, Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, and other related subjects. If you are very interested in the Azuchi-Momoyama period I suggest that you get it even though I have not read it in detail yet. If it is a time period that you really like than I think any information about it will help your understanding of the period. Just my opinion though.