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オノレ・ドーミエ[マルセイユ, 1808年 - ヴァルモンドワ, 1879年]

『中国を旅すれば』:(5)中国の法律 中国の法廷弁護士は猛烈にがんばる、目も綾な、やけにたくさんの雄弁な身振りをして、一方、治安判事のほうは、被告側のしぐさに心をかき乱されたり自分の論点を見失ったりしないように、たいがいなにか手仕事に耽ってる。小刀で机に刻み目をつけてる者もいれば、捺印された書類に下手っぴぃな小っちゃい人物画を描いてたり、折り紙でニワトリをこしらえてたりする者もいる。他の人たちはもっといい奥の手を使ってて、目を閉じて深い瞑想へのめり込んでる、こうなると廷吏が「静粛に!」って力いっぱい喚いて、みんなをそこから引きずり出すのにひどく苦労するはめになる・・・てなわけで、中国の正義は目隠しした姿に描かれるんだって

制作年1844年
材質・技法・形状リトグラフ
寸法(cm)20.1 x 27.5
署名・年記石版中央下、右寄りに署名: h. D.; 石版中央下、左寄りに番号: 549
Standard ref.Delteil 1193 (ii/ii), Tobu III-191
分類版画
所蔵番号G.2000-1456
『中国を旅すれば』:(5)中国の法律 中国の法廷弁護士は猛烈にがんばる、目も綾な、やけにたくさんの雄弁な身振りをして、一方、治安判事のほうは、被告側のしぐさに心をかき乱されたり自分の論点を見失ったりしないように、たいがいなにか手仕事に耽ってる。小刀で机に刻み目をつけてる者もいれば、捺印された書類に下手っぴぃな小っちゃい人物画を描いてたり、折り紙でニワトリをこしらえてたりする者もいる。他の人たちはもっといい奥の手を使ってて、目を閉じて深い瞑想へのめり込んでる、こうなると廷吏が「静粛に!」って力いっぱい喚いて、みんなをそこから引きずり出すのにひどく苦労するはめになる・・・てなわけで、中国の正義は目隠しした姿に描かれるんだって <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (5) CHINESE LAW: Chinese barristers strive so hard, striking so many oratorical poses that the magistrates, in order not to be distracted by the gestures of the defence and to lose nothing of his arguments, generally devote themselves to some manual work, one slices his desk with penknife cuts; the other draws crude little figures on stamped paper or fashions folded paper hens; others have recourse to a more efficient method, they close their eyes and fall into deep meditation from which the usher who shouts silence! with all his might is at great pains to extract them... it is for this reason that Chinese justice is represented with a bandage over its eyes.

来歴

ピーター・モース;東武美術館; Purchased by the NMWA, 2001.

展覧会歴

2000
オノレ・ドーミエ版画展III:新時代への眼差し:東武美術館所蔵による, 東武美術館, 2000年2月5日-2000年3月14日, no. 57
2010
[版画素描展示]アウトサイダーズ, 国立西洋美術館 版画素描展示室 , 2010年12月10日-2011年2月13日, cat. no. 79

文献歴

2002
国立西洋美術館年報. No. 35 (Apr. 2000-Mar. 2001), 2002, 高橋明也. 新収作品. pp. 14-15, 新収作品一覧. p. 121.

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Honoré Daumier [Marseille, 1808 - Valmondois, 1879]

<JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (5) CHINESE LAW: Chinese barristers strive so hard, striking so many oratorical poses that the magistrates, in order not to be distracted by the gestures of the defence and to lose nothing of his arguments, generally devote themselves to some manual work, one slices his desk with penknife cuts; the other draws crude little figures on stamped paper or fashions folded paper hens; others have recourse to a more efficient method, they close their eyes and fall into deep meditation from which the usher who shouts silence! with all his might is at great pains to extract them... it is for this reason that Chinese justice is represented with a bandage over its eyes.

Date1844
Materials/Techniqueslithograph
Size (cm)20.1 x 27.5
InscriptionsSigned on the stone, lower right of center: h. D.; numbered on the stone, lower left of center: 549
Standard ref.Delteil 1193 (ii/ii), Tobu III-191
CategoryPrints
Collection NumberG.2000-1456
<JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (5) CHINESE LAW: Chinese barristers strive so hard, striking so many oratorical poses that the magistrates, in order not to be distracted by the gestures of the defence and to lose nothing of his arguments, generally devote themselves to some manual work, one slices his desk with penknife cuts; the other draws crude little figures on stamped paper or fashions folded paper hens; others have recourse to a more efficient method, they close their eyes and fall into deep meditation from which the usher who shouts silence! with all his might is at great pains to extract them... it is for this reason that Chinese justice is represented with a bandage over its eyes.

Provenance

Peter Morse; Tobu Museum of Art (Tobu Railway Company); Purchased by the NMWA, 2001.

Exhibition History

2000
Honoré Daumier Caricatures III: From the Tobu Collections, Tobu Museum of Art, 5 February 2000 - 14 March 2000, no. 57
2010
[Prints and Drawings Exhibition] Outsiders, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, 10 December 2010 - 13 February 2011, cat. no. 79

Bibliography

2002
Annual Bulletin of the National Museum of Western Art. No. 35 (Apr. 2000-Mar. 2001), 2002, Takahashi, Akiya. New Acquisitions. pp. 14-15, List of New Acquisitions. p. 121.

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