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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


Books
1. Junko Aono, Sumiko Imai, Mia Mochizuki and Noriko Mochizuki (eds.), Mobility and Visuality beyond Borders: A Liber Amicorum for Professor Yoriko Kobayashi-Sato, Yasaka-shobo, Tokyo 2019, [URL].
2. VS. Vermeer - His Artistic Competition with Masters from the Western Art, [URL].
3. Junko Aono, The Leiden Collection Catalogue, https://www.theleidencollection.com/archive/(Edited by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., New York, 2017), Entries on paintings by Jan van Mieris, Willem van Mieris, Dominicus van Tol, and Jacob van Toorenvliet, 2017.01, [URL], ◉This online catalogue of The Leiden Collection, edited by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., celebrates the world of seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art, a Golden Age of creativity. The catalogue provides an overview of the Collection, scholarly entries of more than 175 paintings and drawings, artist biographies, as well as essays about major painters from Leiden featured in the Collection, including Rembrandt van Rijn, Gerrit Dou and Frans van Mieris..
4. Junko Aono, Confronting the Golden Age: Imitation and Innovation in Dutch Genre Painting 1680-1750, Amsterdam University Press, [Reviewed in: NRC-Handelsblad (2015.8.7); The Burlington Magazine (2015.9, p. 640, by Eddy Schavemaker); HNA Review of Books (2016, by Angela Ho); Choice (by Amy Golahny); Renaissance Quarterly 69(2016, pp.677-679, by A.J. Difuria], 2015.03, [URL].
5. Sabine Craft-Giepmans, Annette de Vries, Portret in Portret in de Nederlandse Kunst 1550-2012, Dordrechts Museum, catalogue entries no. 22 and 44: Junko Aono "Gerard Dou, Zelfportret met portret van zijn familie"; "Frans van Mieris de Jonge, Drie generaties Van Mieris" , 2012.11, [URL].
6. Taco Dibbits and Toshiharu Nakamura (eds.), Milkmaid by Vermeer and Dutch Genre Painting: Masterworks from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Tokyo (The National Art Center) 2007, catalogue entries, nos. 5, 10-11, 20-24, 29, 45, 49, 54, 62, 65 and 69-70.
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8. Junko Aono, “Beyond the Margin: Images of Working Women in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting,” in: the Japanese language edition of Christa Grössinger, Picturing Women in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art, Manchester & New York 1997, trans. Koichi Motoki and Junko Aono, Tokyo 2004, pp. 255-269 [Japanese].
9. Volker Manuth, “Religious History Paintings in the World of Rembrandt,” in: Akira Kofuku (ed.), exhib. cat., Rembrandt and the Rembrandt School: The Bible, Mythology and Ancient History, Tokyo (The National Museum of Western Art) 2002, pp. 14-22 (English into Japanese)..
10. Junko Aono, Supplementary text to each catalogue entry of nos. 28-45, in: (Japanese edition of) “Het Menselyk Bedryf (Human Affairs)” by Jan Luyken: Everyday Life in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Society, translated and edited by Yoriko Kobayashi and Miyuki Ikeda, Tokyo 2001, 70-105 [Japanese].
11. Huigen Leeflang,“Ut pictura non poiesis: Landscape as a Subject in Seventeenth-Century Dutch art,” in: exhib. cat., Dutch Art in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer: Masterworks of the Golden Age from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Aichi (Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art) & Tokyo (The National Museum of Western Art) 2000, pp. 39-48 (English into Japanese)..
12. Junko Aono, (Chapter 4)“A Painting in a Painting by Johannes Vermeer,” in: Vermeer, edited by Yoriko Kobayashi, Tokyo 2000, 64-79 [Japanese].
13. 【Translation】 Junko Aono, Ikiro – Be Alive: Contemporary Art from Japan 1980 until Now, Exhibition Catalogue, The Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands, Text by Isamu Wakabayashi, Minako Saito, Osamu Kanamura, translated into English by Junko Aono, pp. 43, 153, 165, 2001.04.