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Introduction

 In History of Art, Japanese art history and Western art history are the main areas that are covered. Our goal is to train researchers with a wide spectrum of knowledge who could pursue their studies with originality. In each area of studies, course work is given so that the students could further enhance the basic study in art history with a theoretical emphasis.

In Art Environment Support, we aim to train researchers who could explore issues in fine art theories and art education with theoretical perspectives. Areas covered are basic study on art education, historical studies on art museums and school education, analytical and comparative studies on artistic experiences in Japan and overseas, and practical training in art environment support activities.

In Western Style Painting, students work on experimental paintings using innovative techniques and painting theories as tools of expression. We provide training for researchers so they would acquire academic skills as well as an original approach to paintings.

In Nihonga (Japanese Style Painting), we aim to provide specialized and extensive knowledge in the painting techniques and material of Japanese style painting, for the purpose of making refined artwork and theoretical studies.

In Carving and Modeling, we train researchers with specialized and extensive knowledge who can make sophisticated work and conduct theoretical studies. For this purpose, emphasis is made in analyzing carving and modeling from historical, theoretical and practical aspects.

In Sho-Calligraphy Art, we encourage academic research on the historical aspects of Sho-calligraphy and its techniques. Our goal is to train specialists who have superior technique in Sho-calligraphy.

Student's Works (Nihonga (Japanese Style Painting))

Student's Works (Nihonga (Japanese Style Painting))

Student's Works (Western Style Painting)

Student's Works (Western Style Painting)

Student's Works (Modeling)

Student's Works (Modeling)



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