Assistant Professor HAMASUMI Mayu
- Graduate School Faculty of Arts and Letters
- Division of Department of Integrated Human Sciences
- Arts and Humanities Course
- Department of Eastern and Japanese Art History
- Research, History
- Books, papers, etc.
- Personal History
Graduated from the Department of Japanese Literature, Faculty of humanities, Jissen Women’s University
Received an M.A. in Art History at the Graduate School of Humanities, Jissen Women’s University
Finished the doctoral program in Cultural Representation at the Department of Art History (Japanese and Asian Art History), Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Research Assistant, Qualification Program in Museology, Jissen Women’s University
Research Assistant, Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Faculty of Humanities, Jissen Women’s University
Assistant Professor, Department of Art History (Japanese and Asian Art History), Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Adjunct Researcher, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University
Lecturer, NHK Culture Center, Sendai branch
- Ph.D. (Literature)
- Art History of the Edo Period
- Research Subject
- Japanese literati paintings with a focus on Ike Taiga
- Ike Taiga; literati paintings; bunjinga/nanga; Chinese landscape painting
- The Japan Art History Society
- Academic Papers
Hamasumi, Mayu “Study on Ike Taiga: Focusing on works in Yamagata Prefecture” Kajimabijutsukenkyū nenpō 38 bessatsu, 2022, pp.304-314.
Hamasumi, Mayu “A Reexamination of Ike Taiga’s Wondrous Scenery of Mutsu” Yamatobunka 136, 2019, pp.19-34.
Hamasumi, Mayu “Ike Taiga, Boys Under a Willow Tree: Its fascinating points and a possible explication” Merrymaking under Blossoms of Japanese Art (2): Articles Dedicated to Professor Okudaira Shunroku, 2018, pp.335-357.
Hamasumi, Mayu “The Reception of Chinese Painting in Edo Period Japan: Ike Taiga’s Use of the Term Shai in Inscriptions” Machikaneyamaronsō 44(Arts), 2010, pp.1-26.
Hamasumi, Mayu “One Aspect of the Reception of Chinese Landscape Painting in Japan” (Focusing on Ike Taiga’s White Clouds and Scarlet Trees). Bijutsushi 156, 2004, pp.394-412.
- The 3rd Outstanding Paper Prize, the Japan Art History Society, 2005