Number of items: 12.
Carpenter, John and Matsumoto, I. and Kawashima, M. and Kaneko, T.
Imperial Calligraphy of Premodern Japan. Scribal Conventions for Poems and Letters from the Palace.
Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University (Kyoto) & Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures.
'Painting and Calligraphy of the Pleasure Quarters: Interaction of Image and Text in Hokusai's Early Bijinga.'
In: Carpenter, J., (ed.),
Hokusai and His Age. Ukiyo-e Painting, Printmaking and Book Illustration in Late Edo Japan.
Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing, pp. 32-61.
'Textures of Antiquarian Imagination: Kubo Shunman and the Kokugaku Movement.'
In: Newland, A.R., (ed.),
The Commercial and Cultural Climate of Japanese Printmaking.
Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing, pp. 77-113.
'Hokku, Waka and Kyoka: Poetic Inscriptions on Ukiyo-e Prints.'
Asiatica Venetiana, vol.6/.
'Calligraphy as Self-Portrait: Poems and Letters by Retired Emporer Gotoba.'
Orientations, vol. 3.
'Edo Actors in Osaka Prints: Surimono by Ukiyo Utayoshi.'
Andon, vol. 7.
'The Fictive Realms of Ukiyo-e Painting.'
In: Rotondo-McCord, L, (ed.),
An Enduring Vision: 17th to 20th Century Japanese Painting from the Gitter-Yelen Collection.
University of Washington Press (Seattle), New Orleans Museum of Art (New Orleans), 164-83 (essay), 277-85 (catalogue entries).
'Twisted Poses: The Kabuku Aesthetic in Early Edo Genre Painting.'
In: Rousmaniere, N, (ed.),
Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan, 15th through 19th Centuries.
Abrams (New York), British Museum Press (London), 42-49 (plus catalogue entries).
Carpenter, John and Clark, T.
'Translations and commentaries on calligraphy and poems.'
The Dawn of the Floating World 1650-1765: Early Ukiyo-e Treasures from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
London: Royal Academy of Arts.
Mirviss, Joan B. and Carpenter, John
Jewels of Japanese Printmaking: Surimono of the Bunka-Bunsei Era (1804-1830).
Tokyo: Ota Memorial Museum & Nihon Keizai Shinbun.
'The Human Figure in the Playground of Edo Artistic Imagination.'
In: Singer, R, (ed.),
Edo:Art in Japan 1615-1868.
National Gallery of Art USA/Yale Univ Press, pp. 367-397.
'Hokusai and Kyoden: Portrayals of Courtesans in Painting and Poetry.'
In: Calza, G. C., (ed.),
Hokusai Paintings: Selected Essays.
Venezia: International Hokusai Research Centre, University of Venice, pp. 91-116.