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Lea Baten's unique and resourceful book assists in identifying the familiar and unfamiliar figurines known as ningyo, and explores the roots of the word itself: both meanings, "doll' and "human shape," are associated with play and ritual, life and death. These dolls are not necessarily just play-things with pretty faces, but range from mass-produced trivial toys to true art pieces and imposing ceremonial ornaments. Materials vary: they can be made from stone, clay, paper and wood; or brocade, ivory, pearl and lacquer.
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Lea Baten (?-2005), an international authority on the dolls, folk toys, and games of Japan, wrote three books and numerous articles on the subject, and contributed the section on Japanese ornamental dolls to the prestigious 34-volume Grove/Macmillan Dictionary of Art. She studied. She studied painting and art history at the Académie des Beaux Arts, Brussels, and was responsible for organising many remarkable exhibitions on various Asian and other arts during her 13-year tenure as vice-president of the Cultural Centre of the Abbey of Affligem, Belgium’s oldest Benedictine Abbey.