Fenollosa

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Arthur Wesley Dow - Influences - Fenollosa
... In "Beginnings", he acknowledges his debt to Ernest Fenollosa The history of this structural system of art teaching may be stated in a few words and here I am given the ... Fenollosa ... After detailing some of Fenollosa's attributes and history, he continues Convinced that this new conception was a more reasonable approach to art, I gave much time to preparing with Professor Fenollosa ...
Charles Goddard Weld - Museum of Fine Arts Contributions
... Weld is well known for his purchase and donation of the collection of Ernest Fenollosa for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ... his Bostonian friends William Sturgis Bigelow and Ernest Fenollosa ... The Fenollosa-Weld Collection contains many of the most famous pieces in the Museum of Fine Arts' collection ...
William Sturgis Bigelow - Bigelow and Japan
... in 1882, Bigelow traveled to Japan with Ernest Fenollosa and Edward Sylvester Morse ... As a result of the determination of Fenollosa and Morse, as well as their special authorizations under the Japanese government, Bigelow was able to explore parts of Japan closed to outside viewers for ... As Fenollosa and Okakura were granted authority by the Japanese government to open temple rooms and storehouses unopened for centuries, in order to record and therefore preserve their ...
Ernest Fenollosa - Biography
... Fenollosa was the son of Manuel Francisco Ciriaco Fenollosa, a Spanish pianist, and Mary Silsbee (Fenollosa) and attended Hacker Grammar School in Salem ... During his time in Japan, Fenollosa helped create the nihonga (Japanese) style of painting with Japanese artists Kanō Hōgai (1828–1888) and Hashimoto Gahō (1835–1 ... Fenollosa converted to Buddhism and was given the name Teishin ...
Ezra Pound - London (1908–20) - Ripostes, Translation Work
... Of great importance too was his work on the papers of Ernest Fenollosa (1853–1908), an American professor who had taught in Japan, and who had started translations of Japanese poetry and Noh plays, with which Pound ... Pound used Fenollosa's work as a starting point for what he called the ideogrammic method ... Fenollosa had studied Chinese poetry under a Japanese scholar, and in 1913 his widow, Mary McNeil Fenollosa, decided to give his unpublished notes to Pound after seeing his work ...