NAKAMURA Toshiharu

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Name
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
E-mail
nakamura.toshiharu.6akyoto-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Letters, Department of Philosophy
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Literature(Kyoto University), ph. D.(Kyoto Universlty)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Rubens and the History of the Oil Sketch
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto Studies in Art History   (2) 19-39   Mar 2017   [Refereed][Invited]
The Court of Philip IV and Rubens: Toward an Interpretation of Las Meninas
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Velazquez and the Baroque Painting: Influence, Contemporaneity, Reception & Heritage   19-28   Nov 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
The Stages of Life in Art
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bijutsu Forum 21   (33) 26-28   Mar 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
Representations of Elderly People in 17th Century Dutch and Flemish Genre Painting: Old Age as a Stage of preparation for the Afterlife
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bijutsu Forum 21   (33) 76-81   Mar 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
Frans Hals’s Painterly Style and His Tronie-like Genre Paintings: An Examination of the Influence of Flemish Head Studies
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto Studies in Art History   (1) 59-84   Mar 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
How to Construct Better Narrative Compositions: Rembrandt's Probable Teaching Methods and Instruction
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
HIRAKAWA Kayo (ed.), Aspects of Narrative in Art History: Proceedings of the International Workshop for Young Reseachers, held at the Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, Kyoto 2-3 December 2013   73-84   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Rubens' 'Judgement of Art' and Sensuality: Criticism of Depictions of Nudity in the Age of Counter-Reformation
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (16) 85-110   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
'The Penitent Magdalene' by Van Dyck from the Former Joseph Robinson Collection
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto Studies in Aesthetics and Art History   (11) 191-216   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
A Struggle for Independence?: Young Van Dyck and Rubens
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (13) 158-184   Jul 2007   [Refereed]
Van Dyck and Charles I: A Review of the London Years
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (12) 47-67   Apr 2006   [Refereed]
John Singleton Copley and the Contemporary Hitory Painting: Exhibitions as Marketing Strategy
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (10) 130-144   Jan 2004   [Refereed]
Resta, Rubens and van Diepenbeeck
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (8) 177-182   Nov 2002   [Refereed]
Rubens' Approach to Ancient Sculpture and his Relationship with Annibale Carracci
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (7) 57-75   May 2002   [Refereed]
A Study of 'The Horrors of War' by Rubens: The Story of Mars and Venus, its Allegorical Meanings and the Iconographic Tradition
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (1) 49-82   Mar 1999   [Refereed]
An Investigation on Rubens's 'The Hero (Tugendheld) Crowned by Victory' and 'Drunken Hercules'
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bijutsushi: Journal of the Japan Art History Society   (140(45/2)) 138-157   Mar 1996   [Refereed]
P. P. Rubens 'Die Geißelung Christi der Paulskirche zu Antwerpen
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bijutsushi: Journal of the Japan Art Hsitory Society   (124(37/2)) 109-121   Apr 1988   [Refereed]
Rubens 'Tod von Saneca: Ein Aspekt der Antikenrezeption
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bigaku: Journal of the Japanese Society of Aesthetics   (44/3) 50-62   Mar 1987   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Front Cover Illustration: Pieter de Hooch, Woman with a Child in a Pantry
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Bijutsu Forum 21   (33) 133-136   Mar 2016
Sources and Documents, Translations with Annotations: Rubens' Studio and the Marketing of Copies
Translated by HIRAKAWA Kayo, with Commentary by NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (11) 144-166   Sep 2004   [Refereed]
Editor's Foreword: Artists, Exhibitions and the Public
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (10) 4-8   Jan 2004
Commentary: Iconoclasm in the Netherlands and the Study by David Freedberg
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (6) 72-76   Oct 2001   [Refereed]
Book Review: Vibtor I. Stoichita, The Self-Aware Image: An Insight into Early Modern Meta-Painting
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (3) 171-177   Mar 2000   [Refereed]
Sources and Documents, Tranlations with Annotations: Painting a Landscape: Excerts from Sandrart's Teutsche Akademie
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Studies in Western Art   (2) 162-170   Sep 1999   [Refereed]
Marten de Vos, 'The Last Supper'
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Annual Bulletin of The National Museum of Western Art   (27-28) 13-19   Mar 1996

Books etc

 
Kyoto Studies in Art History, vol. 2: Appreciating the Traces of an Artist's Hand
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor, Rubens and the History of the Oil Sketch)
Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University   Mar 2017   
A History of Western Art, 6: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Joint Work, Introduction and Chapter 3 "Netherlandish Art in the Seventeenth Century")
Chuokoron-Shinsha   Nov 2016   
Bijutsu Forum 21, vol. 33: The Stages of Life in Art
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor, The Stages of Life in Art; Representations of Elderly People in 17th Century Dutch and Flemish Genre Painting: Old Age as a Stage of Preparation for the Afterlife)
Daigo Shobo   Mar 2016   
Images of Familial Intimacy in Eastern and Western Art, The Intimate and the Public in Asian and Grobal Perspective, vol. 4
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor, An Introduction to Interpreting Images of Family, Mother and Child, and the Home)
Brill   Feb 2014   
Essays for the Exhibition Catalogue, Rubens: Inspired by Italy and Established in Antwerp
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor, Rubens's Painting Practice: Some Considerations on His Collaboration with Specialists and His Relationship with Van Dyck as Workshop Assistant)
The Mainichi Newspapers   2013   
Exh. Cat. Rubens: Inspired by Italy and Established in Antwerp
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor)
The Mainichi Newspapers   2013   
Milkmaid by Vermeer and Dutch Genre Painting
NAKAMURA Toshinaru (Part:Editor)
Tokyo Newspaper   Sep 2007   
KOFUKU Akira (ed.), Rembrandt and Dutch History Painting in the 17th Century
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Joint Work, Rembrandt's ”Blinding of Samson”: A Work for Artistic Emulation with Rubens?)
Nov 2004   
Rembrandt as Norm and Anti-Norm: Papers Given at a Colloquium Held at the Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, December 15, 2002
NAKAMURA Toshiharu (Part:Editor)
The Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University   Mar 2004   
Rubens and his Workshop : The Flight of Lot and his Family from Sodom
Toshiharu Nakamura (Part:Editor)
The National Museum of Western Art   Dec 1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Rubens and the History of the Oil Sketch
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto Art History Colloquium: Appreciating the Traces of an Artist’s Hand   25 Sep 2016   
Virtues and Vices of Old People in Netherlandish Seventeenth-Century Genre Paintings [Invited]
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
KUASU The 8th Next Generation Global Workshop: Demographic Challenges in the Era of Global Ageing and Migration   1 Aug 2015   KUASU, Kyoto University
The Court of Philip IV and Rubens: Toward an Interpretation of Las Meninas
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
The International Symposium: Velazquez and the Baroque Painting   4 Mar 2016   
Old Women and Men in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlandish Painting [Invited]
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
The 10th Annual Symposium of Japanese Association for Art Studies: The Poetics of the Ordinary Life   13 Jun 2015   
Making of Frans Hals's Painterly Style: An Examination of the Influence of Antwerp Painters
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto Art History Colloquium: Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Art   4 Oct 2014   
Notes on the Interpretation of Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
Kyoto University and National Taiwan University Symposium 2014   1 Sep 2014   
How to Construct Better Narrative Compositions: Rembrandt's Probable Teaching Methods and Instruction
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
The International Workshop for Young Researchers: Aspects of Narrative in Art History   3 Dec 2013   
The Penitent Magdalene from the Former Joseph Robinson Collection: Young Van Dyck Working up Rubens's Conception [Invited]
NAKAMURA Toshiharu
International Symposium: Jacob Jordaens: Origin, Translation, Conservation   7 May 2013   
Young Van Dyck as an Imitator of Rubens and His Struggle for Novelty [Invited]
NAKAMURA Tosiharu
Beijing Forum 2011: The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All, Panel V: Artistic Heritage and Cultural Innovation   6 Nov 2011   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Creative Copies
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Scientific Researches in Works of Art -Their Possibilities and Problems-
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Rubens and the Representation of Women
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