『眞美大觀』과 일본 고대 불교조각

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2011.03.23
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2009.06
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발행기관 : 한국미술연구소 수록지정보 : 미술사논단
저자명 : 강희정

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Ⅰ. 日本 최초의 圖錄 『眞美大觀』
Ⅱ. 서문을 통해 본 『眞美大觀』의 간행 목적
Ⅲ. 『眞美大觀』의 작품 선정과 편집 방침
Ⅳ. ‘미술의 모범’으로서의 고대 불교조각
Ⅴ. 성공적인 ‘문명국 일본’의 과시
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ABSTRACT

한국어 초록

The first illustrated art catalogues in Japan, the Selected Relics of Japanese Art(Shinbi Taikan, 『眞美大觀』) was published from 1899. Until 1908, the publisher Shimbi shoin(審美書院) had completed all 20 books in the set. This set of the illustrated art catalogues can be highly valued as the first publication in Japan, which had established the foundation of Japanese art history during the Meiji(明治) period. These series presented almost every significant art works from the earliest times to the end of the Tokugawa(德川) period. The publisher said in the introductory remarks that they collected the important art relics from the Buddhist temples in Nara(奈良) and Kyoto (京都) and the private collections.
All the books which bound Japanese style, have two types of plates, the foldout collotype plates on thick paper and the non-foldout collotype plates on thin woven paper folded over a sheet of thicker backing paper. And each plates are protected by a very thin paper like a tissue on which is printed the description and explanation on the plate in Japanese and English. The pictures in the books were photographed and collotyped by Ogawa Kazumasa(小川一眞) who participated in "the survey and investigation of treasures in Ginki province(近畿寶物調査)" from 1888 with Ernest E. Fenollosa and Okakura Tenshin(罔倉天心). The photographs that Ogawa had taken during those periods were used several times in the publications including the Selected Relics of Japanese Art and the Histoire de l"Art du Japon. The publications with the collotyped photographs of Ogawa show us the first photographic reproduction of cultural property and the visual popularization through those photographs.
From the Meiji period, the Japanese bureaucrats and intellectuals who served the government thought that the Buddhism and its art were equal to the Christianism. Therefore they argued the most important culture in Asia was the Japanese Buddhist art which the Japanese had preserved for a long time. In this point of view, the editors of the series, the Selected Relics of Japanese Art, chose the image of the Shakya(釋迦) triad in Kondo(金堂) of Horyuji(法隆寺) as the first plate in the book, volume one. Whether the art works could be a model for the artists was the only significant standard for the selection of the art works for the books. And the editorial boards regarded the ancient ones as the classic, which could be worth while for the scholars to investigate.
Shimbishoin informed that the Selected Relics of Japanese Art was awarded the Gold Prize for printing in the 1900 Paris World Exposition. The series, which were the first illustrated art catalogues that fitted with the policy of the Meiji government, were the publication that opened the beginning of reproduction and distribution of cultural assets by photographs. Also the series projected by semi-governmental management were a visual embodiment of the Japanese art history constructed in the Meiji period.

영어 초록

The first illustrated art catalogues in Japan, the Selected Relics of Japanese Art(Shinbi Taikan, 『眞美大觀』) was published from 1899. Until 1908, the publisher Shimbi shoin(審美書院) had completed all 20 books in the set. This set of the illustrated art catalogues can be highly valued as the first publication in Japan, which had established the foundation of Japanese art history during the Meiji(明治) period. These series presented almost every significant art works from the earliest times to the end of the Tokugawa(德川) period. The publisher said in the introductory remarks that they collected the important art relics from the Buddhist temples in Nara(奈良) and Kyoto (京都) and the private collections.
All the books which bound Japanese style, have two types of plates, the foldout collotype plates on thick paper and the non-foldout collotype plates on thin woven paper folded over a sheet of thicker backing paper. And each plates are protected by a very thin paper like a tissue on which is printed the description and explanation on the plate in Japanese and English. The pictures in the books were photographed and collotyped by Ogawa Kazumasa(小川一眞) who participated in 'the survey and investigation of treasures in Ginki province(近畿寶物調査)' from 1888 with Ernest E. Fenollosa and Okakura Tenshin(罔倉天心). The photographs that Ogawa had taken during those periods were used several times in the publications including the Selected Relics of Japanese Art and the Histoire de l'Art du Japon. The publications with the collotyped photographs of Ogawa show us the first photographic reproduction of cultural property and the visual popularization through those photographs.
From the Meiji period, the Japanese bureaucrats and intellectuals who served the government thought that the Buddhism and its art were equal to the Christianism. Therefore they argued the most important culture in Asia was the Japanese Buddhist art which the Japanese had preserved for a long time. In this point of view, the editors of the series, the Selected Relics of Japanese Art, chose the image of the Shakya(釋迦) triad in Kondo(金堂) of Horyuji(法隆寺) as the first plate in the book, volume one. Whether the art works could be a model for the artists was the only significant standard for the selection of the art works for the books. And the editorial boards regarded the ancient ones as the classic, which could be worth while for the scholars to investigate.
Shimbishoin informed that the Selected Relics of Japanese Art was awarded the Gold Prize for printing in the 1900 Paris World Exposition. The series, which were the first illustrated art catalogues that fitted with the policy of the Meiji government, were the publication that opened the beginning of reproduction and distribution of cultural assets by photographs. Also the series projected by semi-governmental management were a visual embodiment of the Japanese art history constructed in the Meiji period.

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