was released two years after the symposium was held at the Université Rennes 2 (Rennes, France) in September 2012. The conference was part of a larger series of events celebrating the artistic relations between Brittany and Japan, including eleven exhibitions on painters influenced by the art of Japan such as Mathurin Méheut, photographers such as Francis Hennequin or engravers like Henri Rivière. 1 On Patricia Plaud-Dilhuit’s behalf, a committee was appointed including Geneviève Lacambre (France), Gabriel P. Weisberg (United States) and Miura Atsushi (Japan), in order to select a number of proposals reflecting the numerous facets of Japonisme. The term territoires (territories) chosen for the conference reflects both the numerous geographical areas of this movement and the myriad of artistic techniques affected by it, from painting to book-binding, photography, ceramics, silver, textiles and poetry. This publication provides a deeper understanding of the ways Japanese art was introduced into Europe: research on the forming of collections, the role of collectors and art dealers in promoting Japonisme, the critical reception of Japanese art in the west, influence on design and decoration in architecture and decorative arts. The book includes an introduction by Patricia Plaud-Dilhuit presenting the different themes examined by
Journal of Japonism – Brill
Published: Jan 4, 2016
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