Books on Japanese ceramics that Ruth translated.
ANCIENT GLASS Feast of Color
MIHO MUSEUM, 2013.3-6
ALONG THE RIVER: Ceramics by the Samurai Statesman HOSOKAWA Morihiro
Mitsukoshi-Nihonbashi Gallery (Shinkan, 7th floor) and others, 2010.6-9
This book presents 52 masterpieces of ceramic art from the Craft Gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, works that range from the Meiji Era to the present day.
Gallé and Japonisme
This 2008 exhibition of the work of Art Nouveau artist Emile Gallé‘s glass and ceramics celebrated the first anniversary of the opening of the Suntory Museum of Art’s new premises in Tokyo Midtown.
The Real Kawai Kanjiro
The subtitle is Celebrating the 120th Anniversary of Kawai Kanjiro’s Birth. Published by the Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art, this volume dedicated to the life and work of one of Japan’s most celebrated ceramic artists includes not only his ceramics but also his wooden sculptures, his writings, furniture and accessories, and his home on Gojozaka in Kyoto.