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Title: 白瀧幾之助の画業再考 : 肖像画家としての位置付け
Other Titles: Paintings of Shirataki Ikunosuke Reconsidered : His Position as a Portraitist
Authors: 阿部, 亜紀
Abe, Aki
Keywords: 文部省美術展覧会
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2022
Publisher: 京都女子大学生活造形学科
Abstract: Shirataki Ikunosuke(1873-1960)is one of leading Japanese Western-style painters in the late 19th to early 20th century. He worked on a variety of subjects such as genre painting, portrait, landscape and still-life. However, previous studies often recognized him as a painter of genre painting because of his most famous masterpiece Training in the collection of the University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts. This essay tris to shed lights on his other career as a portraitist. He received the highest prize of his career for Portrait of Mr Nomura. at the national art competition(Bunten)in 1914. From such success, he was regarded as a leading portraitist of the time and received so many commission-works from nobles and politicians. In the history of Japanese Western-style painting, portrait is not much discussed subject, but this essay tries to reconsider the subject and works by Shirataki Ikunosuke.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3396
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