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Buddhist Japonisme : Emile Guimet and the Butsuzō-zui

Abstract : The nucleus of most collections of Japanese Buddhist artefacts in Europe developed during the Meiji period, which happened to be contemporary with the so-called "Japonism" (or Japonisme) movement in art history. We can therefore say there was at that time a "Buddhist Japonism" trend in Europe. Its most representative figure is Emile Guimet (1836-1918).
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Jérôme Ducor. Buddhist Japonisme : Emile Guimet and the Butsuzō-zui. Japanese Collections in European Museums, Vol. V - With special Reference to Buddhist Art - (JapanArchiv: Schriftenreihe der Forschungstellungsstelle Modernes Japan; Bd. 5, 5., 2016. ⟨hal-03154274⟩



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