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Contemporary Designers, Maintainers, Teachers, and Researchers
Name:Kendall Brown 
CompanyAssociate Professor, Asian Art History, Department of Art, California State University Long Beach 
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TypeRESEARCHER 
Address1250 Bellflower Boulevard 
CityLong Beach 
StateCalifornia 
Postal Code90840-3501 
Country 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=33.782355; long=-118.122412
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Phone+1.562.985.9244 
Fax+1.562.985.1650 
E-Mailkbrown6@csulb.edu 
Added to JGarden9/4/2004 
Last Updated9/4/2004 
DescriptionIn addition to his post at CSU, Mr. Brown is author of Japanese Style Gardens of the Pacific West Coast and a contributor to the Journal of Japanese Gardening.

Mr. Brown has a Ph.D. in Art Hisory from Yale University and B/A. and M.A. degrees from U.C. Berkeley. He has studied at Osaka University and Kyoto University in Japan and has been guest professor at the University of Heidelberg. He has published widely on Japanese art, authoring the books The Politics of Reclusion: Painting and Power in Momoyamaa Japan (University of Hawaii Press, 1997); Kawase Hasui: The Complete Woodblock Prints (Hotei, 2003), as well as the exhibition catalogues Shin-hanga: New Prints in Modern Japan (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1996); Taisho Chic: Japanese Modernity, Nostalgia and Deco (Honolulu Academy of Arts, 2002); and A Japanese Legacy: Four Generations of Yoshida Family Artists (Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2002). His work on Japanese landscape architecture outside Japan includes articles in The Journal of Garden History and Antiques as well as the book Japanese Style Gardens of the Pacific West Coast.

Mr. Brown will be at Dumbarton Oaks from Sept 2004-May 2005 writing book on History of Japanese Gardens in North America. 




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