John La Farge's Discovery of Japanese Art: A New Perspective on the Origins of Japonisme

Adams, Henry
September 1985
Art Bulletin;Sep85, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p449
Academic Journal
Discusses how art collector John La Farge discovered Japanese art. Childhood interest in Oriental art; Encounter with Japanese prints in the 1850s; Evidences that prove La Farge was collecting art works from Japan.


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