No. 4 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
124 pages, soft cover with flaps, 106 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (1994)
Editorial, p. 5-7
The virtues of crafts - A key to a rejuvenation of Scandinavian design? (by Tore Kristensen), p. 7-14
Modern eclecticism or aesthetic kinship - Reflections on 20th-century Japan inspiration (by Harri Kalha), p. 15-26
Gerhard Munthe and "The movement that from Japan is moving across Europe now" (by Widar Halén), p. 27-47
Apropos - A Classicist-Japonist symbiosis (by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen), p. 48-57
Splendor in defeat - Danish court jewelry by Paul Kurtz and his workshop (by Jørgen Hein), p. 58-80
Richard Kjærgaard - A modernist in Danish ceramics (by Gerd Bloxham), p. 81-107
Museums of decorative art in the service of industry and public enlightenment (by Ingeborg Glambek), p. 108-113
Book reviews, p. 114-121
Cover illustration: Gerhard Munthe, silver box with enamel frieze, produced by N.M. Thune, Christiania, 1914. Oslo Museum of Applied Art.
(Gerhard Munthe and "The movement that from Japan is moving across Europe now" (by Widar Halén), p. 27-47)