Fiscal 2011 Subjects of Grants

Subjects of Grants


Amounts of  Grants

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Three-year Project to Conserve a mid-seventeenth-century set of three Japanese scrolls, The Tale of Oeyama(Oeyama emaki), from the collections of the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Fionnuala Croke
Chester Beatty Library
Conservation Treatment and Repair of Japanese Paintings Belonging to the Chiossone Museum of Japanese Art, Genoa, Italy Donatella Failla
Museo D'Arte Giapponese "Edoardo Chiossone"
Conservation of 'Deer and Autumn Flowers', a pair of Six-fold screens, School of Kitagawa Sosetsu from the collecttion of Portland Art Museum Maribeth Graybill
Portland Art Museum
Project of Specialty Materials for the Conservation of Japanese Paintings in the Collection of the Freer Gallery of Art Andrew Hare
Supervisory Conservator
Freer Gallery of Art
Conservation of a pair of seventeenth-century folding screens of Ackland Art Museum Lyn Koehnline
Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kumano engi emaki (Kumano no honji), Set of three handscrolls; ink and color on paper Scroll chi
(in progress)
The Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation $12,950
Conservation of a pair of handscrolls, Illustrated History of the Yuzu-nembutsu Sect(Yuzu-nembutsu engi), attributed to Monk Musashi Hogen Robert D. Mowry
Alan J. Dworksy Curator of Chinese Art and Head of the Department of Asian Art, Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Harvard Art Museum, Department of Asian Art
Conservation Project of Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia
(in progress)
Takeshi Nakagawa
School of Science and Engineering
Waseda University
Project for consolidation and restoration of the structure 5D-35 at the North Acropolis of Tikal Seiichi Nakamura
Visiting Professor
Research Institute of Comparative Archaeology of the Comprehensive Research Organization
Waseda University
Conservation of the Trenches on Kaman-Karehoyuk in Republic of Turkey
(in progress)
Sachihiro Omura
Japanese Institute of Anatolian Archaeology
The Middle Eastern Culture Center in Japan
Conservation of two mid-16th century Persian manuscripts at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Stella Panayotova
Fitzwilliam Museum
Collaborative Project for the Conservation of Japanese Paintings in the British Museum
(in progress)
David Saunders
Department of Conservation and Scientific Research, British Museum
Restoration of The Hanging Scroll: Landscape with Sailing Boat and Man Riding a Donkey in Full Moon by TOEKI UNKOKU from the collection of Museum of East Asian Art Cologne Adele Schlombs
Museum of East Asian Art Cologne
The Mul Chowk Stone Lion Restoration Project at Royal Patan Palace Complex in Kathmandu, Nepal Erich G. Theophile
Executive Director
Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust
Conservation of wall painting fragments excavated in Islamic fortified city ‘Khulbuk’
(in progress)
Kazuya Yamauchi
Head, Regional Environment Section
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation
Restoration of the Sarcophagus of Princess Isisnofret, Egypt
(in progress)
Sakuji Yoshimura
Professor Emeritus
Waseda University
【Special Category】
Sumitomo Foundation Endowment for the Preservation of Japanese Paintings
(in progress)
Jacki Elgar
Head of Asian Conservation and International Projects - Asia
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Grand Total 17 Subjects



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