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The Japan Art History Society and the Present
The Japan Art History Society is a relatively new art historical society, inaugurated in 1949 with a total of 201 members. On the other hand, the essential scholarly movement behind it was based on the modern concept of “art” (as well as other words translated from it) that entered from Europe in the nineteenth century and which began to systematize an understanding of Japanese and Asian art in the early Meiji period. The organizational support for this development were the reorganization of the Imperial Museum (Tokyo National Museum), which occurred in 1889, and the foundation of institutions such as the Imperial Museums of Kyoto and Nara (Kyoto National Museum and Nara National Museum), the Tokyo Art School (the Art History Department of the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music), the Imperial University (Tokyo University) and its Japanese History Studies (the inauguration of lectures on Japanese art history). Ernest Fenollosa and Okakura Tenshin, who were associated with such developments, became, in fact, the first art historians of Japan.
The concept of “art” gave concrete shape to the formation process of a nation and the national identity of the Meiji period. Looking back at history, we can detect the same concept at work within the framework of “paintings and calligraphy” in catalogs compiled from the Muromachi to the Edo periods, such as the Gyobutsu on’e mokuroku, as well as in studies on paintings such as the Honcho gashi. In other words, these works became tools for the Muromachi Shogunate vis-a-vis the Imperial house or Japan vis-a-vis China. In this sense, these works may be thought of as Japan’s earliest works of art history.
Looking from another perspective, people such as Kano Eino and Noami, the authors of Honcho gashi and Gyobutsu on'e mokuroku, as well as Okakura Tenshin and Ernest Fenollosa, may clearly be seen as past members of our Japan Art History Society.
Presently, the total number of members in the society has climbed to as many as 2300, over ten times the inaugural membership, and the society can be included among the most far-reaching cultural institutions. Subject of study include, first of all, those that belong in a broad sense to the category of art, such as paintings, sculptures, applied arts, and architecture from the entire world as well as calligraphy from East Asia and the Islamic world. In addition, new scholarly topics not contained within the traditional concept of art are continuously accepted and subsumed within it, from studies of excavations and the accompanying ancient archaeological art, and modern art, including installations, and all the way to animation and cartoons. Again, previously non-existing frameworks of research are given form, such as problems like national identity, and the reexamination of society and regionalism from the viewpoint of art. Such research has substantially influenced other disciplines, and art history has thus become one of the most active fields in the humanities.
Support for this movement come from such events as the formation of Basic Law for the Promotion of Culture and Art in December 2001 and the corresponding change throughout society in awareness toward art. Again, application licenses for representation of scientific research expenses were traditionally not permitted for curators of art museums and other museums, and a sign of the new law is that such acquisitions are now possible, according to applications by individual museums. We do not doubt that the scholarly development of art history will lead to concrete and even richer cultural results through such changes in awareness.
This website will speak, not only to present members of the Japan Art History Society, but also to future members. I welcome from my heart the individuals, who, seeing this site and becoming interested in art history, eventually become members in our society.

May, 2002

Ogawa Hiromitsu
Delegate, Japan Art History Society

An Outline of The Japan Art History Society
The Japan Art History Society is a relatively new art historical society, inaugurated in 1949 with a total of 201 members. The present membership has since grown over ten-fold to stand at around 2300 and includes members affiliated with universities, those affiliated with museums, as well as students ? in roughly three equal portions.
Dividing the country into two parts, from the Chubu region eastwards and from the Kinki region westwards, each part has a system of affiliations and a central office. Presently the eastern office also serves as the head office of the society, with this responsibility changing every three years. Individual members belong to either the eastern or western part, based on the location of work or school.
Society presentations take place in either the annual convention, which occurs late May in alternatively the eastern or western part of the country, or in regular meetings in both the eastern and western parts of the country. Applications for presentations made by members are reviewed by a standing committee (for the regular meetings, by the region-based standing committees), who makes the decisions on whether or not it is suitable. Again, among the society publications is the Journal of the Japan Art History Society, and, upon the submission of an article according to the designated submission regulations, an editorial committee appointed by the standing committee will make the decision whether or not to accept for publication.
In addition to the Journal of the Japan Art History Society, members of the Japan Art History Society also work on editorial committees of art historical journals such as Kokka and Ars Buddhica, in addition to the bulletins published by each of the affiliated organizations. These constitute the places where valuable research by society members is published.
Standing committees located in the eastern and western parts manage the deliberation of policies and agenda of the society. Committee members from the east number eighteen and members from the west number twelve, according to the ratio of members, and are elected by votes cast by members belonging to each part prior to the national meetings. The period of duty for standing committee members is two years, lasting from the conclusion of a national meeting of the year elected until the start of the national meeting two years later. Every year half of the members, nine from the east and six from the west are replaced. Members who have been successively reelected, twice for a total of four years, are not eligible for membership in the following two years. Again, standing committees of the east and west can, if necessary, appoint standing committee members (appointed committee members).
The highest decision-making organization deliberated at standing committees resolves important agenda at general meetins held according to the national meetings. roposals are made at the general meetings and relevant items are deliberated at the meeting of the combined standing committees of the east and west held the day before.
A representative committee member is assigned to represent the society, manage various agenda, and realize policies. The period of duty is one year, with a maximum of four duty periods, and he or she is elected annually from among all the standing committee members at the conclusion of the national meeting. In addition, a representative committee member is placed in the part of the country to which the standing committee member, who is elected representative committee member, does not belong. Among the most important duties of the representative committee members is to impartially recommend, without bias to affiliated organizations, an examining committee member specializing in art history from among society members to the Scientific Research Expenses Subsidies of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science under its category of “aesthetics (various art disciplines) / art history.”

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A periodical journal published by The Japan Art History Society. Since its founding in June 1950, it has been published, as of March 2002, a total of 152 times. In the 1950’s, an average of three to four issues were printed each year. Presently, two issues are printed every year. The editing of the journal is the responsibility of a ten-person editing committee, divided into one eastern and one western standing committees, each with five members. The eastern office edits the odd issue numbers and the western office edits the even issue numbers. Both the articles and the reference material introductions are contributions from members of the society. Presently, the due dates for the contributions are the end of May (for publication around March of the following year) and the end of November (for publication around the following October). The editing committee appoints a committee of readers (three members for each piece) to review the contributed manuscripts. Based on the results of this review, an impartial decision will be made to publish or not to publish. As a rule, the review committee is selected from the ranks of the society members, although non-society members will review some topics. The aim is to publish the contributed manuscripts as fast possible. According to the selected number of articles, the number of pages will vary, but, on the average, seven articles are published within each issue. Members of The Japan Art History Society will receive a copy of The Journal of the Japan Art History Society in the mail. Please note, however, that members who fail to pay their annual dues by the summer will not receive that year's journals.

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165 Vol.58,No.1 (October 2008)
Literary Motifs in Kosode Designs of the Momoyama Period: The Nuihaku with a Split-Body (katamigawari) Design of Flowers of the Four Seasons Embroidered on Glossed Plain-Weave Silk (nerinuki) at The Art Institute of Chicago Résumé
SATO, Kayo.
Color Conception of Early Buke Costume ―With a Focus on Armor Depicted in Mōko shurai emaki (Picture Scroll of the Mongol Invasion)― Résumé
SATO, Jin.
Bernini's Baldacchino: Considering the Apiarium of the Accademia dei Lincei and the Barberini Bees Résumé
El Aguador de Sevilla de Veláquez: su tema y los conversos en la Sevilla del primer tercio del siglo XVII Résumé
The Shutendōji Story and the Memory of Place: A Study of the Oeyama Picture Scroll Owned by the Itsuō Museum Résumé
KANEKO, Takeshi.
Haneuma and Court Attendants Résumé
MITA, Takaaki.
A Discussion of the Golden Fudō Myō-ō Painting at Onjōji Temple in Shiga Prefecture Résumé
OHASHI, Miori.
A Consideration the Handscroll Kumano Landscape by Kuwayama Gyokushū: The Theory and Practice of Shinkei Résumé
ISHII, Yuko.
Max Ernst in New York in the Early 40s: Vox Angelica and Related Works Résumé
KEZUKA, Mieko.
Reading the Evangelist Symbols on the Canon Tables of the Leon Bible of 960 Résumé
A Taiwanese Woman Artist of Japanese-Style Painting: Chen Chin's The Women of the Shantimen Area Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Award of the Japan Art History Society for 2007: Results and Evaluations of the Selection Committee
Report on the 61st General Assembly
Summaries of papers read at the 61st General Assembly
List of 2008 Committee Members
Notes for Contributors
164 Vol.57,No.2 (March 2008)
MITA, Kakuyuki.
A Consideration of the Original Form and Theme of Tenjukoku-shūchō Résumé
The European Influence on Mughal Painting―With Special Reference to the Reigns of Shah Jahan and Muhammad Shah― Résumé
Tanomura Chikuden’s Ryūkaku gyōshō zu (Woman Gazing in the Mirror amidst Willows) Résumé
IDE, Kanako.
Il tabernacolo in Orsanmichele come monumento alla memoria della cessata pestilenza: un’interpretazione del ciclo figurativo in riferimento all’insorgere e alla scomparsa della peste del 1348 Résumé
FURUKAWA, Shoichi.
A Study of the Iconography and Production Context of Amoghapāśa with Two Guardian Deities in the British Museum Résumé
TATARA, Takiko.
Kōsaku zu (Agriculture Paintings) by the Kyō Kanō Family During the Early Edo Period Résumé
NODA, Yubii.
Paul Klees Schriftbild《Einst dem Grau der Nacht enttaucht farbige Buchstaben》von 1918: Die Schaffenssituation Résumé
NAKANO, Shiho.
Circumstances behind Adoption of Hokusai’s Style by the Kamigata Printmaker Hokushū ―Changing the Focus from Actors’ Faces to their Bodies―
Oki Ichiga: A Diversity of Style through Relationship with Other Painters Résumé
A Study of the Background to Shiba Kōkan’s Celestial Map: The Roles of Ba Doryō and Ba Mōki (Kitayama Kangan) Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2007
Summaries of papers read at meetings held in 2007
Notes for Contributors
163 Vol.57,No.1 (October 2007)
UEDA, Sayoko :
The Title of Wisdom, Impression, Sentiment by Kuroda Seiki and the Relationship of Kuroda’s Art to the Aesthetics of Herbert Spencer Résumé
KUME, Junko :
Las Etimologías de doña Sancha de León (año 1047) Résumé
OHNO, Yoko :
La Cappella della Salita al Calvario al Sacro Monte di Varallo ― la visualizzazione dell’Imitatio Christi Résumé
YAMADA, Yukako :
La partie de cartes de Fernand Léger : la représentation de soldats blessés. Résumé
Les dessus-de-portes de l’Hôtel de Soubise par François Boucher : Le Pasteur complaisant et Le Pasteur galant Résumé
A Consideration of Shakadō engi emaki ―With a Focus on the Life Story of Buddha in the First and Second Scrolls Résumé
UNNO, Hiroyuki. :
An Iconographic Interpretation of the Seated Figure of the Bodhisattva Maitreya at Daigoji Sanbō-in Résumé
SHIMANO,Tomomi. :
A Study of the Design of the Shionoyama Maki-e Writing Box in the Kyoto National Museum Résumé
SAKURAI, Yuriko :
A Feast Résumé for Encaenia: Iconography of Constantine and Helena in the Middle Byzantine Period. Résumé
NISHIO, Ayumu :
A Study of Zhao Bosu’s Pines and Golden Palaces : considering its inclusion of real scenery Résumé
Blick in das Fruchtland und "Polyphonie" Résumé
NARAYAMA, Mitsuteru :
Images of Exemplars in Eastern Han Sichuan
―The Iconography of Triple-tiered Shen-xian神仙 Mirrors (San-duan-shi-shen-xian-jing 三段式神仙鏡) ―
On the Formation of The Merode Triptych Résumé
News and Activities of the Society:
Award of the Japan Art History Society for 2006: Results and Evaluations of the Selection Committee
Report on the 60thGeneral Assembly
Summaries of papers read at the 60th General Assembly
List of 2007 Committee Members
Notes for Contributors
162 Vol.56,No.2 (March 2007)
ÔTA, Miki:
Le cycle de l’Amour et Psyché du Salon ovale de la Princesse à l’Hôtel de Soubise :À propos du choix des scènes et de la représentation Résumé
IKEGAMI, Hiroko:
An American Spectacle: Reconsidering the 1964 Venice Biennale Résumé
On Hishikawa Moronobu’s Studies of Yamato-e: Yamato-e tsukushi (Collection of Japanese Paintings) Résumé
VERITAS FILIA TEMPORIS: il ritorno dell’Inghilterra al cattolicesimo e il Perseo e Andromeda di Tiziano Résumé
An Examination of Kuramata Shirô's Interior Design of the 1960s From the Perspective of Its Relationship to Art of the Same Period Résumé
SUGAWARA, Hirofumi:
The Reception of the Virgin of Tenderness in Cappadocia Résumé
KATÔ, Hiroko:
Sketches of Various Birds after Kano Tan’yû by Noda Tômin, and its Relation to Ogata Kôrin’s Sketches of Birds and Animals Résumé
WATANABE, Satoshi:
A Study of the Theme of the Painting behind the Main Statue in the Phoenix Hall of Byôdô-in Temple as the Eight Stages of Śākyamuni’s Life Résumé
Painter / Dadaist: The Critical Discourse on Marcel Duchamp and Jasper Johns in 1950s – 60s Résumé
MURASE, Hiroharu:
Museum as Space of Knowledge Production: Towards a Solution to the Current Situation Résumé
ABE, Shigeki:
Une symphonie des formes: Henri Focillon et les courants intellectuels de son temps Résumé
MORITO, Atsuko:
A Reinterpretation of the designs on the Hatsune no chôdo Makie Lacquer Furnishings (Tokugawa Art Museum Coll.) Résumé
News and Activities of the Society:
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2006
Summaries of papers read at meetings held in 2006
Notes for Contributors
161 Vol.56,No.1 (October 2006)
ISHITANI, Haruhiro:
"Primitive" and "Modern" in the Age of Eiffel Tower: A Study of the Two Versions of Camille Pissarro’s La Cuillette de pommes Résumé
Paul Klees beidseitig bearbeitete Bilder Résumé
SAITO, Mahito :
Ryukuan Plants in Watanabe Shiko's “Flowering Plants” Paintings and Their Relationship to the Satsuma Painter Kimura Tangen Résumé
LI, Su-Chu :
Concerning the Mobilization of “Local Color” in World War II Taiwan Résumé
KAMATA, Junko :
Examining Characteristics of Kyoto Screen Painting in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century: Watanabe Shikô and Yamamoto Sôsen's Works on the Themes of Farming Scenes and Flowers and Grasses Résumé
ARAE, Kyoko :
Jakuchu and the Picture Books of Ooka Shunboku: A Study of Shunboku’s Illustrated Books and Paintings “Based on Things”  (Mono ni soku suru e) Résumé
IMAI, Sumiko :
À propos de la Virgo in Sole de Robert Campin : ses sources iconographiques et théologiques Résumé
SASAKI,Asuka :
Changes and Influences of the Buddhist Sculpture Created by the Nara-Busshi School from Late Heian Period to Early Kamakura Period : from the Viewpoint of the Forms of Garments in the Seated Bosatsu and Myôô Figures Résumé
SUZUKI, Masako :
The Depiction of “Amida (Amitābha) and Attendants Descent” Belonging to the Hase-dera Temple; Reinterpretation on Its Inscription Résumé
YOSHIMURA, Toshiko :
The Welcoming Descent of Amida and his Attendants in Sanzen-in: An Analysis on the Formation of the Welcoming Descent Composition Résumé
FURUYA, Yuko :
A Study of the Nehan-zu in the Ishiyama-dera Temple Résumé
OZAKI, Yoshiyuki :
Kano Eigaku during his time in the Kageyama Family
ETO, Takumi :
On the first English Version of Panofsky's  Perspective as Symbolic Form, Translated by Christopher Wood
News and Activities of the Society:
Award of the Japan Art History Society for 2005: Results and Evaluations of the Selection Committee
Report on the 59th General Assembly
Summaries of papers read at the 59th General Assembly
List of 2006 Committee Members
Notes for Contributors
160 Vol.55,No.2 (March 2006)
Propellers and Paintings: A Study of an Avant-garde Art Site Résumé
The Depiction of Chapter 119 of Ise Monogatari and its Relation to the Noh Play Matsukaze:Focusing on the Waka Poem Katamikoso (Keepsakes) Résumé
SHIMBO, Kiyono:
La Madonna nella politica della crisi: la processione in memoria della preservazione di Roma dalla peste nel 1632 e lo Stendardo di Pietro da Cortona Résumé
Taiki:On the Statues of the Period of the Foundation of the Rokuharamitsuji (Saikouji) Résumé
Le Triomphe de Bacchuset et Le Triomphe de Pan de Nicolas Poussin : leur signification dans le contexte de la decoration du cabinet du Roi au chateau de Richelieu Résumé
KANEKO, Norimasa :
A Study on the Actual Conditions of Buddha ImageReception in Early Chinese Buddhism: in View of Yaoqianshu adorned with Buddha Image Résumé
TAGUCHI, Fumiya:
The Iconography of Anthropomorphized Animals and thePossibility of Narrative Expression:A Study of the Otogi-zoshi Tale Yahyou Nezumi Résumé
Kandinsky in Paris:On his Relation to Picasso Résumé
Donor Figure Images in Chinese Buddhist Sculptures: A NewViewpoint for Research on Buddhist Art History Résumé
A Reconsideration of Several Works in the Matabei Style Résumé
Studi di storia della arte e immagini fotografiche Résumé
News and Activities of the Society:
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2005
Summaries of papers read at meetings held in 2005
Notes for Contributors
159 Vol.55,No.1 (October 2005)
KUZE, Kanako:
  Okakura Kakuzo (1862-1913) and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Résumé
L'Orphée de Gustave Moreau : une tentative de renouvelle-ment de la peinture mythologique》 Résumé
SUAMI,Miyuki :
Reinterpretazione della pala marmorea d'altare di Tullio Lombardo per la Cappella dei Bernabò. Résumé
TSUCHIYA,Takahiro :
Inquiry into the Reconstruction Process of the Tengu soshi Résumé
The Influence of Kokugaku on SAKAI Houitsu. Résumé
A Study of Tsukioka Settei: An examination of his Painting and its Acceptance. Résumé
TAMITSU, Mikako:
A Study of Miraculous Origins of Kotobiki Shine: A Consideration of Text and Landscape Representations. Résumé
EMURA, Tomoko:
Korin's Productions of Maki-e and his Paintings Résumé
ABE, Tomoe:
The Image-World of Shoulao with Blossoming Ume Tree in the Muromachi period: Peaceful Spring and Shoulao . Résumé
The Meaning of Yogi-ga of the Zen priest from Portrait of Bodhidharma in the Umezawa Memorial Gallery. Résumé
KIM, Jungsun:
The Representation of Joseon by Fujishima Takeji-- With a Focus on his Soshokuga (Decorative Paintings) Résumé
A New Interpretation of Gokarei by Imamura Shiko: The Process of Production and Cultural Background Résumé
News and Activities of the Society:
Award of the Japan Art History Society for 2004 : Results and Evaluations of the Selection Committee
Report on the 58th General Assembly
Summaries of the papers read at the 58th General Assembly
List of 2005 Committee Members
Notes for Contributors
158 Vol.54, No.2(March 2005)
The Thundercloud Image and the Theme of Natural Phenomena in Max Ernst's Castor et Pollution Résumé
HAMADA,Tamami :
A Study of the Preaching Buddha Scene on the North Wall of Mogao Cave 254 at Dunhuang Résumé
The Pictorial Composition of the Taimadera Version of Miraculous Origins of the Taima Mandala:Concerning the Cult of Taimadera and its Main Icon,the Taima Mandala Tapestry Résumé
HAGA,Rie :
The Prevalence of "Tobias and the Angel" in the Latter Half of the Fifteenth Century and the Miracle of the Manifestation of Archangel Raphael in the Monastery of Santa Felicita Résumé
Kano Eigaku and the Renovation of Rinka-in Temple: The Significance of his Sanraku Revival Résumé
OKUDA,Atsuko :
Agricultural Scenes Depicted in Rakuchu Rakugai Screens Résumé
UCHIDA,Tokugo :
The History and Development of Korin-Style Lacquer Résumé
IKEGAMI,Hiroko :
Robert Rauschenberg's Gold Standard : An Essay on Globalization in Modern Art Résumé
TAKAMATSU, Yoshiyuki :
A Study of the Genre Paintings of Nagoya Castleユs Main Compound and their Political Significance Résumé
News and Activities of the Society :
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2004
Snmmaries of papers read at meetings held in 2004
Notes for Contributors
157 Vol.54,No.1 (October 2004)
Iconography and Ritual Use of Kannon who Escorted Kukai's Boat to China Résumé
Kôno Bairei's ideas on painting in Jukkaku [Ten Qualities] , and Bijutsu Shinsetsu Fenollosa : Bairei's works and Education Résumé
Narrative Representation of Viśvantara Jātaka at Ajanta Cave XVII Résumé
“Cristo en casa de Marta y Maria de Velázquez : a propósito de algunos problemas de las obras en su época sevillana Résumé
WADA, Sakiko:
Necessità e ruoli delle illustrazioni scientifiche nel Cinquecento a Firenze : Le illustrazioni scientifiche e la “serie dei Turchi e animali di Jacopo Ligozzi Résumé
OSHIMA, Tetsuya:
Jackson Pollock's Reception of Matisse Résumé
SAKURAI, Yuriko:
The illustrations of the Life of Christ in the Parma Gospel Book Résumé
A New Interpretation of the South Wall-painting of Cave 217 in Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang Résumé
“Imperio e libertà”: elogio imperiale e culto mariano nella decorazione pittorica del Sodoma per la Cappella degli Spagnoli Résumé
The Program of Illustrations of the New Testament in the Girona Beatus manuscript Résumé
Saint Joseph-Christ with Saint Joseph in the Carpenter's Shop by Georges de La Tour Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Notes for Contributors
156 Vol.53,No.2 (March 2004)
  The Afterlife of the Shojuraigoji's Six Realms of Existence Résumé
Striped Kosode Patterns as in Seen in Texts Related ro the Kosode Merchant Kariganeya Résumé
Ransai Mori - Focused on the Connection with his Supporters Résumé
The Sitting Postures of the Images of Hosso Rokuso (Six High Priests of the Hosso Sect) at Kohuku-ji Nan'en-do: the Meaning of Sitting Postures and the Relation to the Primitive Images of Six Bonzes Résumé
James McNeill Whistler and Japan Résumé
Support Materials for the Japanese Style Painting during the 1920's~1930's: Focusing on the Japanese Papermakers, Nakata Shikaji and Iwano Heizaburo Résumé
One Aspect of the Reception of Chinese Landscape Painting in Japan: Focusing on Ike  Taiga's White Clouds and Scarlet Trees Résumé
Ensemble tematico nella pittura pompeiana Quadri dell'ambiente g nella Casa di Giasone Résumé
Regarding Awareness of Southern Song Dynasty Imperial Academy Painting in Muromachi Period Japan: Focusing on the Xia Gui and Liang Kai handscrolls in the collecions of the Ashikaga shogunal family Résumé
Typological Construction of the Illustrations in the San Paolo Bible Résumé
Studi sul ciclo della Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni di Carpaccio Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2003
Summaries of papers read at meetings held in 2003
Notes for Contributors
155 Vol.53,No.1 (October 2003)
Epic and Lyric -Two Sides of Kandinsky's Paintings Résumé
Teh Ashikaga Collection of Painted Handscrolls Résumé
The Silver Platter with Gilt Repousséhoused in the Shōsōin and the Gilt Foliate Large Silver Platters of the Tang Period in China. Résumé
YASUNAGA, Takuyo :
Tosa Buson's "Kite and Crow" : Shōfū Fukkō Undō and the Nanpin Style Résumé
Nihonga War Paintings and Discussion of the Classic Works : On the War Are Exhibition(1938) Résumé
ETO, Takumi :
Die Problematik von Verrocchios und Credis Pistoia-Altarbild: Einflusse der flämischen Malerei auf die bildnerische-und funktionsbedingte Gestaltung Résumé
Una ricerca sulla fondazione della Kōbu Bijitsu Gakkō, la Prima Scuola Statale di Belle Arti a Tokyo Résumé
The Triptych with the Miracles of Christ in the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne: A New Interpretation of the Images and the Dating of the Picture Résumé
KURITA, Miyuki :
The Patterns of the Hōsōge Karyobingo Makie Book Box Résumé
JINGAOKA, Megumi :
Un musée sur papier relié au marché de l'art: Léon Gauchez et Etchings of pictures in teh Metropolitan Museum(1871) Résumé
YAMAMOTO, Yukari :
Tsukioka Settei: A Reconsideration of the Production of Paintings Related to the Classics Résumé
YOSHIDA,Noriko :
L'affiche française du début du XXème siècle à l'entredeux-guerres : la professionnalisation des publicitaires et leur collaboration avec l'Union des artistes modernes. Résumé
Ike Taiga's Dotei sekiheki zukan : A Site of Appreciation of Contemporary Chinese Sensibilities Résumé
YOSHIDA, Tomoko :
Réexamen du Verrou de Jean-Honoré Fragonard : un tableau à la frontière de deux genres picturaux Résumé
MAEKI, Yuki :
Testo e immagini del 'Hypnerotomachia': ekphrasis sul tempio del obelisk Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Report on the 56th General Assembly
Summaries of papers read at the 56th General Assembly
List of 2003 Committee Members
Notes for Contributors
154 Vol.52,No.2 (March 2003)
LIN,Sheng-chih :
The Icons and the Function of the Sarcophagus in the Northern Dynasty:A Study of the Portraits of Tomb Occupants and the Images of Filial Paragons in Stone-Screen Beds Résumé
YOSHIDA,Masako :
Reinterpreting the Origins of the Damask Found in the Jacket Allegedly Owned by Kanetsugu Naoe Résumé
KO,Seong-Jun :
The Iconographic Program of Ağaç Alti Kilisesi in Ihlara Valley, Cappadocia Résumé
HATTAN,Yutaro :
The Historical Significance of the Kyoto National Museum's Gion Festival Screens Résumé
La reputazione contemporanea dei quattro scultori del Mausoleo di Alikarnasso : Leochares, Skopas, Timotheos e Bryaxis Résumé
YAMAJO,Nokilo :
L'État et l'artiste :une étude sur les cartons d'Odilon Redon pour la Manufacture nationale des Gobelin Résumé
Saggio sulla “camera delle Aquile” del Palazzo del Te di Giulio Romano : “camera da letto del Principe” di Federico II Gonzaga come mezzo politico Résumé
MIYAMOTO,Hirohito :
The Stratifying Process of the Notion of “MANGA”: From the Early Modern Age to the Modern Age in Japan Résumé
News and activities of the Society
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2002
Summaries of papers read at the meetings held in 2002
Notes for Contributors
153 Vol.52,No.1 (October 2002)
Articls :
ADACHI,Kaoru :
Circe innamorata,o il soggetto dei due disegni di Parmigianino
NAGATA,Kaoru :
A Study of Dvarāpāla Images in Ajantā Caves, Focusing Primarily on the Dvārapāla YaksaImages in the Facade of Cave 19
TSUZUMI,Midori :
The Program of the Frontispieces of the Bible of San Paolo fuori le Mura in Rome
KAWANOVE,Yasunao :
The Hanitsu Shrine Portraits of Hoshina Masayuki, the Founder Lord of the Aizu Clan
SUZUKI,Sadahiro :
An Attempt at Interpretation of the Life and Art of Bernard Leach : The ‘Leaping Salmon’Vase
Haikai nano shiori by Kitao Shigemasa :The influence of Kyoto and Osaka bird-and-flower books on Shigemasa
IDEMITSU,Sachiko :
Ike Taiga's Yokō Yūshō-zu Screens :Meanings of the Scene and Sources of Visual Elements
Changes in the Forms of Ryo-o Masks : The Moulding of New Forms in the Kamakura Era
KIRA,Tomoko :
IRA,Tomoko : The Women Artists Service Corps and Paintings of the Imperial Women's Efforts for the Great East Asian War
Photographs of Antiquities in the Meiji Period :Focusing of the Fine Arts Expedition to the Kinai,1888-1889
News and Activities of the Society
Symposium on “Art historical problems of junior high school History textbook”
Notes for Contributors
152 Vol.51,No.2 (March 2002)
Articls :
IGUCHI,Toshino :
On Lajos Kassák's Manifesto "Picture Architecture" and His Construct Painting
The Change of Motif on Halos in the Middle of the Heian Period :The Formation of the Cloud Motif on the Halo of Amida Nyorai(Amitābha) by Jōchō at Byōdō-in Temple
UENO,Kaori :
A Study of Kaji-emaki in the Edo Period :New Style and Techniques in Hand-Scroll Paintings
AZUCHI,Kanako :
Les sources littéraires de 《Psyché et l'Amour》(Louvre,1798) de François Gérard.
MIZUNO,Ryoko :
A Consideration of the Background of Production of Ippen Hijiri-e.
On the Meaning of Leonardo da Vinci's ‘divina proportione’ in His ‘paragone’
News and activities of the Society :
Report on Activities of the Japan Art History Society in 2001
Summaries of papers read at the meetings held in 2001
Notes for Contributors

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