Monthly Archives: May 2014

100 Roles of Ichigawa Danjūrō

Posted on by Sharon Gee

By Erin Escobar   Ukiyo-e is a Japanese art form that arose during the Edo period (1603-1868). It was comprised of woodblock prints in black and white until the 1760s when a polychromatic system was developed, allowing for mass printing … Continue reading

Dr. Elmer Belt’s Lifetime Addiction of Book Collecting

Posted on by Sharon Gee

By Katy Belt “He is an omnivorous reader in a great many areas. Elmer Belt’s collecting is a reflection of the breadth of his mind and also his infinite capacity for fine detail as it expresses itself in surgery and … Continue reading

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