Hiroshi Kumazawa Associate Professor, The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan

Information

Associate Member of CODART since 2008

Exhibitions curated since 1999

CODART publications

Curator in the Spotlight: Hiroshi Kumazawa (January 2009)

Selected publications

2012

“Korin, rather than Rembrandt: various aspects of the modern Japanese reception of Rembrandt”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Article in A. Kofuku and H. Kumazawa (eds.), Rembrandt: The Quest for Chiaroscuro. Essays, pp.145-156 (English/Japanese)
Tokyo (National Museum of Western Art) 2012

2011

Rembrandt: The Reality of Light and Shadow [In Japanese]
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Tokyo (Kadokawa Shoten) 2011

”Masao Uchida, Japanese student in the Netherlands, see the 19th-century Dutch paintings. A Study of the Dutch modern watercolors in Tokyo University of the Arts,”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in Kajima Foundation for the Arts Annual Report 28 (2011), pp.474-480 [In Japanese]

2010

“The group of Dutch watercolors in the Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko brought to Japan by masao Uchida: The Point of contact between 19th Century Dutch Landscape Watercolors and Modern Japan.”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in Lux Artium. Essays commemorating the retirement of Professor Dr Koichi Koshi, pp.325-333 [Japanese]
Tokyo (Chuo Koron Bijutsu Shuppan) 2010

Apocalypse: from Duerer to Redon
Hiroshi Kumazawa et al (eds.)
Catalogue of an exhibition held in 2010 in Tokyo (Tokyo University of the Arts)

2008

The connoisseur’s eye: master drawings and prints from the Amsterdams Historisch Museum
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Catalogue of an exhibition held in 2008 in Tokyo (Tokyo University of the Arts)

“About the provenance of the watercolours (inv. Western-style paintings 102-113) in Geidai Museum, formerly owned by NAKAMARU Seijuro”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in The University Art Museum, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music: Annual Report April 2005-March 2007
Tokyo (The University Art Museum, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music) 2008

2006

“On the text-image-relation between Syntagma Arateorum by Hugo Grotius and Jacques de Gheyn II and Leiden Aratea
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in Studies of the images of constellation of the Aratea, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, 2004-05, pp. 251-65
Tokyo 2006

2005

Treasures from the world of botanical art
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Catalogue of exhibition held in 2005 in Tokyo (Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music)

“Brunfels and Fuchs: the development of Early Renaissance botany”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Tokyo 2005

2004

Geidai Museum Collection exhibition: 16th-century prints in Germany and the Netherlands
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Catalogue of exhibition held in 2004 in Tokyo (The University Art Museum, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music)

“Some observations on the early drawings by Jan Lievens: on the problems of attribution of the chalk drawings in Darmstadt and Washington”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Article in Aspects of Problems in Western Art History 4 (2004), pp. 89-95

2003

“The drawings by Rembrandt and Lievens in the Leiden period: concerning the attribution and the function of ‘The Oriental Warrior’ (Benesch 3,4)”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Essay in Kajima Foundation for the Arts Annual Report 20 (2003), pp.339-49

2002

“Study of Rembrandt van Rijn’s early figure drawings: concerning ‘Standing Old Man seen from the front'”
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Article in Bulletin of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 38 (2002), pp. 25-54


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