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May 05, 2014
Without having had the honor of meeting him, Dr Rosenfield's writing and research have been a great resource and inspiration in my work and studies. I am so sorry to hear of his passing, and am forever appreciative of his contributions and mentoring of so many great scholars.
March 18, 2014
what a wonderful teacher and mentor; your joy and humor about art sent waves of influence out around the world. how lucky we were to work with you.
January 08, 2014
John Rosenfield was the single most inspiring teacher and mentor I have ever had the privilege to know. He delivered some of the first lectures I heard on Japanese Art when he chaperoned some of the first Associated Kyoto Program tours to famous temples (his daughter Sarah was a fellow student that year), and then when I was a graduate student at Harvard, he edited my first publication. During one graduate seminar in Japanese painting, we students were all stumped for an answer to one of his questions. After a long silence, he said, "Come *on*, colleagues." To be addressed by such an authority as a "colleague," however undeservedly, was unforgettable and galvanizing. We all thought of him as a bodhisattva. He was a fine scholar, and a fine human being.
January 06, 2014
Prof. Rosenfield was an amazing teacher and mentor, brilliant, kind, and inspiring. He will be remembered always.
January 04, 2014
We wish to honor the memory of John Rosenfield with many thanks for his stellar lectures given for the Ellen Bayard Weedon Foundation! We enjoyed meeting him very much.

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