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Julia Hutt

Consultant Lecturer, London

Consultant Lecturer, MA East Asian Art, London

Julia Hutt is curator of Japanese art in the Asian Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, specializing in lacquerwork, inro and netsuke. Her numerous publications include Understanding Far Eastern Art (with Hélène Alexander, 1987), Ōgi: A History of the Japanese Fan (1992), catalog and introductory essay for the lacquer volumes of Nasser D. Khalili’s Meiji no Takara: Treasures of Imperial Japan (1995), Japanese Inrō (1997), and Japanese Netsuke (2003). Hutt is also a Trustee at Chiddingstone Castle, Kent.

Julia Hutt