By R. Jay Gangewere
Bohemian vs the Bureaucrat: Hokusai and Hiroshige
By Sandy Kita and Takako
Two 19th-century Japanese masters of Ukiyo-e woodblock prints recorded
the "Floating World" of Japanese landscape--but saw very different things
when looking at the same scene.
ABC's of Pittsburgh's First Architectural Library: Anderson, Bernd and Carnegie
The Heinz Architectural Center points with pride to a
collection of rare architectural books given to the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
a century ago.
A Glimpse of English
History in Ceramics
By Sarah Nichols
The curator of decorative arts
reveals the history contained in three objects purchased from the annual antiques
Creating an Online Magazine
How does Carnegie Magazine go online? What is in the new electronic
archive of historic pictures about The Carnegie? The electronic editor explains.
for Our Primate Ancestors in China
By Chris Beard
Chris Beard finds a rung on the ladder of early mammal evolution--the "Dawn Monkey"
of 40 million years ago.
On The Cover
Detail of The Satta
Pass at Yui, by Utagawa Hiroshige. See The Bohemian vs the Bureaucrat: Hokusai
and Hiroshige, by Sandy Kita and Takako Kobayashi.