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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』:(19)中国兵 中国人はみんな年に6回から8回、ライフル銃や弾の入った背嚢を担いだり、毛皮の帽子やなんかをかぶる権利を持ってるんだって。それから、まあどっちかといや志願して夜回りに出かけんのに専念すんだけど、その狙いってのがどうも「公共の平穏の維持」らしいんだな。ただ結構よくあることなんだが「カ・ポ・ラル」って名の隊長が、兵隊たちが金切り声を張り上げて「『ゴ・ディ・チョン』母ちゃん」とかその他の中国民謡を歌い出すのをいちいち邪魔するっていうとてつもない難事にのり出すことがあって、でもって良民たちがぶったまげて飛び起きると、だれかそうじゃないやつらが見張られてんのがわかるってわけ

制作年1844年
材質・技法・形状リトグラフ
寸法(cm)24.4 x 19.6
署名・年記石版左下に署名: h. D.; 石版右下に番号: 694
Standard ref.Delteil 1207 (ii/ii), Tobu III-203
分類版画
所蔵番号G.2000-1468
『中国を旅すれば』:(19)中国兵 中国人はみんな年に6回から8回、ライフル銃や弾の入った背嚢を担いだり、毛皮の帽子やなんかをかぶる権利を持ってるんだって。それから、まあどっちかといや志願して夜回りに出かけんのに専念すんだけど、その狙いってのがどうも「公共の平穏の維持」らしいんだな。ただ結構よくあることなんだが「カ・ポ・ラル」って名の隊長が、兵隊たちが金切り声を張り上げて「『ゴ・ディ・チョン』母ちゃん」とかその他の中国民謡を歌い出すのをいちいち邪魔するっていうとてつもない難事にのり出すことがあって、でもって良民たちがぶったまげて飛び起きると、だれかそうじゃないやつらが見張られてんのがわかるってわけ <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (19) CHINESE WARRIORS: All Chinese men have the right, from six to eight times a year, to carry a rifle, a cartridge-pouch, and even to wear a fur cap; then they apply themselves, more or less voluntarily to night patrols which have as their goal the maintenance of public peace. Only it happens quite often that the chief named KA-PO-RAL takes infinite trouble to prevent his warriors singing at the tops of their voices "mother GO-DI-CHON" or other Chinese ballads, and it is by waking with a start that the good citizens learn that their rest is being watched over.

来歴

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

展覧会歴

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. 91

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. 123.

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Honoré Daumier [Marseille, 1808 - Valmondois, 1879]

<JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (19) CHINESE WARRIORS: All Chinese men have the right, from six to eight times a year, to carry a rifle, a cartridge-pouch, and even to wear a fur cap; then they apply themselves, more or less voluntarily to night patrols which have as their goal the maintenance of public peace. Only it happens quite often that the chief named KA-PO-RAL takes infinite trouble to prevent his warriors singing at the tops of their voices "mother GO-DI-CHON" or other Chinese ballads, and it is by waking with a start that the good citizens learn that their rest is being watched over.

Date1844
Materials/Techniqueslithograph
Size (cm)24.4 x 19.6
InscriptionsSigned on the stone, lower left: h. D.; numbered on the stone, lower right: 694
Standard ref.Delteil 1207 (ii/ii), Tobu III-203
CategoryPrints
Collection NumberG.2000-1468
<JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (19) CHINESE WARRIORS: All Chinese men have the right, from six to eight times a year, to carry a rifle, a cartridge-pouch, and even to wear a fur cap; then they apply themselves, more or less voluntarily to night patrols which have as their goal the maintenance of public peace. Only it happens quite often that the chief named KA-PO-RAL takes infinite trouble to prevent his warriors singing at the tops of their voices "mother GO-DI-CHON" or other Chinese ballads, and it is by waking with a start that the good citizens learn that their rest is being watched over.

Provenance

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

Exhibition History

2010
[Prints and Drawings Exhibition] Outsiders, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, 10 December 2010 - 13 February 2011, cat. no. 91

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. 123.

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