Books and Articles
  • Sonia Coman, “The Bracquemond-Rousseau Table Service of 1866: Japoniste Ceramics and the Realignment of Medium Hierarchies in Nineteenth-Century French Art,” Journal of Japonisme 1, (2016), pp. 17-40.
  • Daisuke Miyao, “Japonisme and the Birth of Cinema: A Transmedial and Transnational Analysis of the Lumière Brothers’ Films,” Journal of Japonisme 1, (2016), pp. 66-92.
  • Sarah Sik, “Water Lilies Among the Wheat Fields: John Scott Bradstreet’s Japanese Gardening in Minneapolis,” Journal of Japonisme 1, (2016), pp. 93-121.
  • Malene Wagner, “Eastern Wind, Northern Sky: Japanese Art and Culture in a Danish Optic in the Latter Half of the 19th and the Early 20th Centuries,”  Journal of Japonisme 1, (2016), pp. 41-65.
  • Gabriel P. Weisberg, “Reflecting on Japonisme: The State of the Discipline in the Visual Arts,” Journal of Japonisme 1, (2016), pp. 3-16.
Exhibition Catalogues
  • Japanomania in the Nordic Countries 1875-1918, exh. cat. edited by Gabriel P. Weisberg, Anna-Maria von Bonsdorff, and Hanne Selkokari, (Helsinki: Ateneum Art Museum; Oslo: National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design; Copenhagen: Statens Museum for Kunst, 2016-2017), 296 p.
    • “Preface,” p. 7-
    • “Acknowledgements,” p. 8-
    • “Glossary of Japanese terms,” p. 10-
    • Gabriel P. Weisberg, “The Japonisme Phenomenon,” p. 14-
    • Widar Halén, “The Anglo-Japanese Style and ‘the great wave of Japanese influence,'” p. 38-
    • Gabriel P. Weisberg, “Connecting with Japan: The Transmission,” p. 54-
    • Widar Halén, “The First Collections of Japanese Art in Nordic Countries,” p. 76-
    • Leila Koivunen, “From Japan to Finland: Growing Collections,”  p. 85-
    • Anna Kortelainen, “‘Only the useless is beautiful’ – Those Wonderful Ladies in Their Kimonos,” p. 94-
    • Susanne Petterson, “Art Collector Herman Frithiof Antell: At Home in Paris, Abroad in Japan,” p. 112-
    • Malene Wagner, “Following the Japanese Trail: Karl Madsen and Arnold Krog – Danish Aspects of Nature in Pen and Porcelain, 1885-1900,” p. 121-
    • Ellen J. Lerberg, “Jens Thiis and the Interest in Japan,” p. 128-
    • Leila Koivunen, “Japanese Woodcuts in Finnish Exhibitions and Collections,” p. 133-
    • Widar Halén, “Japonisme, National Identity and a New Aesthetic Idiom,” p. 142-
    • Anna-Maria von Bonsdorff, “The Ideal of Simplification: Japonisme’s Most Persistent Manifestation in Nordic Art?,” p. 164-
    • Nils Ohlsen, “From Prop to Total Work of Art: A Japanese Perspective on Nordic Interior Painting,” p. 172-
    • Hanne Selkokari, “The Second Wave in Finland: Exhibitions of Japanese Aesthetics and Japonisme Organized by Gustaf Strengell,” p. 188-
    • Leena Svinhufvud, “Textile Art and Nordic Japonisme at the Friends of Finnish Handicraft,” p. 196-
    • Trine Nordkvelle, “A Hint of Japan: Japonisme in Edvard Munch’s and Nikolai Astrup’s Prints,” p. 206-
    • Nils Ohlsen, “Japan’s Influence on Nordic Photography, 1900-1914,” p. 215-
    • Anna-Maria von Bonsdorff, “From Blade of Grass to Sacred Wilderness: Changing the Concept of Nature,” p. 224-
    • Vibeke Waallann Hansen, “Norwegian Nature in a Japanese Costume: Japonisme in Thorolf Holmboe’s and Theodor Kittelsen’s Art,” p. 246-
    • Widar Halén, “Japan Mania and the Popular Reception of Japonisme,” p. 256-
    • Harri Kalha, “‘Copies without an original’: Japonisme in Popular Postcard Imagery,” p. 262-
    • “Notes,” p. 272-
    • “Selected Bibliography for Japanomania in Nordic Art,” p. 290-
    • “List of Exhibitions of Japanese Art ans Design held in Nordic Countries, together with Key World’s Fairs, 1873-1917,” p. 292-