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Junko Aono Last modified date:2019.05.29

Associate Professor / Division for Humanities and Social Sciences / Faculty of Arts and Science


Presentations
1. 青野純子, 「変わりゆく17世紀オランダのアート・マーケットー18世紀の中古絵画市場を中心にー」, コロッキウム「17世紀オランダの画家とアートマーケット」, 2019.03.
2. Junko Aono, "Porcelain Collecting Monkeys: The Case of A Genre Painting by Willem van Mieris", Netherlandish Art and the World: A Conference on Global Art History, 2018.10, [URL].
3. Junko Aono, "The Japonse Rok in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraiture", Kosode & Banyans: Contested World Views in an Attire c1580-1910, 2018.09, [URL].
4. Junko Aono, "Rivalry or Homage: Pendants in the Post-Vermeer Period", Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry, 2017.09, [URL].
5. Junko Aono, "The Japonse Rok in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraiture", Global Costume: Kosode, Banyan, Kebaya and Japonse Rok 1500-1850. A Dialogue of Global Circulation between Art History, Economy and Material Culture, 2017.08.
6. "Luxury or Vanity--Depicting Porcelain in the Early Eighteenth-Centutry Dutch Interiors," at the symposium Dutch Seventeenth-Century Art and "Asia", 2017. 1.
7. Junko Aono, "Praise and Price: Peasant Pieces by Adriaan van Ostade in the Eighteenth-Century Art Market", Symposium Genre Painting from the Northern and Southern Netherlands, 16th-18th Century, 2016.12.
8. Junko Aono, "Reconsidering the Early Eighteenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting: A Note on Recent Developments," at the conference of the Art Society of Kyushu University, Fukuoka, 2016. 8[Japanese].
9. Junko Aono, "The Heritage of the Golden Age: A Study of Dutch Genre Painting 1680-1750," at the conference of the Japan Society of Netherlandish Art, Tokyo, 2016. 12[Japanese].
10. Junko Aono, "In the Glow of Candlelight - A Note on Nicolaas Verkolje’s Approach to the Art of Godefridus Schalcken", International Conference: Godefridus Schalcken- Fascination and Impact, 2016.01.
11. Junko Aono, "Mediating Culture & Art, in response to Michael North's lecture 'Mediating European Art through Company Channels in Asia'"(short presentation as commentator) , Symposium: Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally: 18-20th Century Mapping, 2015.08.
12. Junko Aono, "The Importance of Research on Dutch Genre Painting after 1680", Minisymposium-boekpresentatie: "Confronting the Golden Age", University of Amsterdam, 2015. 3 [Dutch].
13. Junko Aono, "Surviving in the Twilight of the Golden Age: The Reception of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century", at the 89th Conference, Kyushu Art Society, Shimonoseki, Japan, 2013. 12 [Japanese].
14. Junko Aono, "What was circulated?: Notes on 17th-century Dutch Painting in Batavia, in response to Michael North's lecture 'European and Chinese Objects of Art in the Indian Ocean: Cross-Cultural Connections in the 17th and 18th centuries'"(short presentation as commentator), Symposium: What Was Shared and What Was Circulated? Towards a Global History of Consumption, Secondhand Circulations and Adaptation, 2013.11.
15. Junko Aono, "De onderwerpkeuze in de genreschilderkunst uit de eerste helft van de achttiende eeuw (The Choice of Subject Matter in Genre Painting of the First Half of the Eighteenth Century)", at the symposium: Art in the Republic around 1700: New Perspective and Approach, Utrecht, 2011. 2 [Dutch].
16. Junko Aono, "Updating the Golden Age: Dutch Genre Painting in the Eighteenth Century", American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), 2009.03.
17. Junko Aono, "'Ennobling' Daily Life: A Question of Refinement in Early Eighteenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting", Werkgroep 18e Eeuw (Dutch-Belgian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), 2009.01.
18. Junko Aono, "Reproducing the Golden Age: Copies after Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century", Historians of Netherlandish Art , 2006.10.
19. Junko Aono, "Looking Back to the Dutch Golden Age: Early Eighteenth-Century Genre Painting by Willem van Mieris", (symposium) Vom Adel der Malerei: Holland um 1700, 2005.11.
20. Junko Aono, "The Shop paintings by Willem van Mieris (1662-1747): Reception of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century”, The Japan Art History Society, The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan, 2003. 3 [Japanese].
21. Junko Aono, "Woman Holding a Balance: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Economic Life and its Representation,” at the 50th National Conference, The Japanese Society for Aesthetics, Kanazawa, Japan,1999. 10 [Japanese].
22. Junko Aono, "The Goldweigher in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting: a Study of its Social Context”, at the 6th National Conference, Tohoku University Society for International Cultural Studies, Sendai, Japan, 1999. 6 [Japanese].