Art Institute of Chicago


to enable the following scholars from Japan to participate in the symposium Ukiyo-e Prints and Paintings: The Primitive Period (1680-1745) held at the Art Institute of Chicago, November 1971, in connection with the exhibition of the same name: toyohisa Adachi, founder and director, Adachi Institute of Woodblock Prints, tokyo; Richard Lane, Kokubunji, tokyo, and research associate, Honolulu Academy of Arts; Muneshige Narazaki, founder and director, Japan Ukiyo-e Society; Kiyoshi Shibui, professor, Keio University tokyo; Juzo Suzuki, director, Human and Cultural Sciences Department, National Diet Library, Tokyo.