Author:Ernest Francisco Fenollosa

Ernest Francisco Fenollosa
(1853–1908)

American art historian and orientalist

Ernest Francisco Fenollosa

WorksEdit

  • Baccalaureate sermon, and oration and poem, class of 1874 (1874, contributor) IA
  • Review of the chapter on painting in Gonse's "L'Art Japonais" (1885) (HathiTrust)
  • The Pictoral Art of Japan (review) in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, vol. 141 (1887), pp. 281-290 (external scan)
  • East and West: The discovery of America and other poems (1893) IA
  • A special exhibition of ancient Chinese Buddhist paintings, lent by the Temple Daitokuji, of Kioto, Japan. Catalogue. (1894) (HathiTrust)
  • The Masters of Ukioye (1896) IA
  • Mural painting in the Boston Public Library (1896) IA
  • Catalogue of Japanese color prints collected by Mr. Joseph R. Herod (1898) IA
  • Catalogue of the exhibition of Ukioye painting & prints (1898) IA
  • An outline of the history of Ukiyo-ye (1901) (external scan)
  • Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings of Hokusai (1901) IA
  • Catalogue, the exhibition of ukiyoye paintings and prints at the Yamanaka galleries (1908) IA

PosthumousEdit

  • Epochs of Chinese & Japanese art, an outline history of East Asiatic design with Mary McNeil Fenollosa (1912) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2), 2nd ed. (1913) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2), (1921) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • "Noh", or, Accomplishment: a study of the classical stage of Japan with Ezra Pound (1916) IA
  • Certain noble plays of Japan with Ezra Pound (1916) IA
  • The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry (1918?), first published in Instigations of Ezra Pound (transcription project), later republished as a standalone work in 1936/1968


 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.