Nakamura Fusetsu (中村不折; August 19, 1866 – June 6, 1943) was a Japanese painter of the yōga style, which was strongly influenced by trends in contemporary Western art. Nakamura gained a reputation when one of his paintings won a prize at the 1900 Paris Exposition, after which he was able to travel to France and study with leading French painters. He did many paintings for leading newspapers including the Tokyo Asahi Shimbun as well as for writers' and poets' book covers, including Natsume Sōseki's I am a Cat.