Splendors of Imperial Japan
Arts of the Meiji Period from the Khalili Collection

Catalogue in association with the exhibition at the Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, USA (June – Sep 2002)

Published 2002

Joe Earle

The second major exhibition of the Khalili Collection of Japanese Art to be shown outside the UK and the first on the West Coast of the USA was held at the Portland Art Museum in Oregon in 2002. This exhibition featured over 350 masterpieces from the brilliant Meiji Period (1868–1912), during which Japanese craftsmanship reached levels of perfection never equalled before or since. Drawn from the largest and finest concentration of Meiji-period art to be found anywhere in the world, Splendors of Imperial Japan is rich in masterpieces of metal, lacquer, enamel, ceramics, porcelain and textiles.

About the author(s)

Joe Earle – Senior Consultant for Japanese Works of Art, Bonhams, London; former Director of the Japan Society Gallery, New York and Chair of the Department of the Art of Asia, Oceania and Africa, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

Details

Published by The Khalili Family Trust. 468 pages; softcover; 31 x 24 cm; ISBN: 978-1-874780-19-9; £50 $100 out of print