Du pinceau à la typographie

Regards japonais sur l'écriture et le livre

Christophe MARQUET, NAGOYA Akira, ANDŌ Takahiro, KANDŌ Kōshi, KOMIYAMA Hiroshi, KOBAYASHI Hiromitsu, DEGUCHI Hisanori, INAGAKI Shin.ichi, OIKAWA Shigeru, SUZUKI Toshiyuki, IWAKIRI Shin.ichiro, Pascal GRIOLET

Collection : Études thématiques

Collection's number: 20

Editor: Brisset (Claire-Akiko), Griolet (Pascal), Marquet (Christophe), Simon-Oikawa (Marianne)

Edition: EFEO, Maison franco-japonaise, Centre d'études japonaises de l'INALCO

Publication date: 2006

Status : Available

45,00

ISBN-13 : 9782855396569

ISSN : 1269-8067

Width : 18,5 cm

Height : 27,5 cm

Weight : 1,26 kg

Number of pages : 418

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion

Geography : Japan

Language : Français

Place : Paris

Support : Papier

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Abstract

This is a collection of ten articles written by Japanese scholars specializing in the history, technology and various uses of written text and graphics in Japan, and represents the latest findings in their fields of expertise, which include calligraphy, classical literature, and the history of writing, painting and engraving, and printing and editing.

The authors focus on such topics as the factors behind the evolution from manuscript copying to moveable typeset printing, the use of illustrated text, and the causes, means and consequences of the appearance of modern printed books. The articles are arranged for the purpose of guiding readers from the first woodblock printings of the eighth century, through the development of illustrated literature during the Tokugawa period and the birth of modern bookmaking and printing of the mid-nineteenth century on, right up to the computerized rendition of Chinese characters in today’s age of the Internet.

Furthermore, the carefully presented discussion and the many examples offered contribute all the more to making this volume a very useful reference work and an interesting introduction to a subject heretofore virtually unknown to French readers interested in things Japanese or the history of printing in general.

Table of contents

Introduction
Christophe MARQUET
 
De l’écriture manuscrite à l’imprimerie
 
Le style calligraphique du poète Fujiwara no Teika et son influence à travers le temps
NAGOYA Akira
 
L’Écriture japonaise vue par les missionnaires portugais à la fin du XVIe siècle : le Vocabulario da Lingao de Iapam
ANDŌ Takahiro
 
Histoire des graveurs de caractères au Japon : du VIIIe siècle à l’époque moderne
KANDŌ Kōshi
 
La création et la diffusion des caractères d’imprimerie de style « Ming » au XIXe siècle : de l’Europe au Japon
KOMIYAMA Hiroshi
 
La mise en image de l’écriture
 
Les illustrations du roman Au bord de l’eau : essor de l’édition et diffusion de la peinture à la fin des Ming
KOBAYASHI Hiromitsu
 
Les illustrations du Gikei-ki (La Chronique de Yoshitsune) : une réflexion sur les éditions imprimées du XVIIe siècle
DEGUCHI Hisanori
 
Les jeux d’écriture à l’époque d’Edo
INAGAKI Shin.ichi
 
Le livre illustré dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle : l’exemple du peintre Kawanabe Kyōsai
OIKAWA Shigeru
 
La diffusion du livre et son évolution matérielle à l’époque moderne
 
La diffusion du livre à l’époque Edo
SUZUKI Toshiyuki
 
L’évolution matérielle du livre à l’époque Meiji
IWAKIRI Shin.ichiro
 
En guise de conclusion : la rencontre avec le courant électrique
Pascal GRIOLET
 
Planches en couleurs
Index
Liste des auteurs
Abstracts
目次

About the collection

Études thématiques

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About the editor

Marquet (Christophe)

Art historian, specialist of Japan. He is currently Director of the EFEO (French School of Asian Studies), after having been a university professor at INALCO (National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations), Paris.

He has published and edited numerous books and special issues of journals on the history of art and the history of book in Japan, including : Primitive pictures? Ôtsu-e Alive in the Modern World (Bijutsu Forum 21, Vol. 36, 2017), Ôtsu-e. Imagerie populaire du Japon (Picquier, 2015, Japanese edition Kadokawa, 2016), Patrimonialisation et identités en Asie orientale / Heritage-making and Identities in East Asia (Ebisu, 2015), Tekisuto to imêji wo amu: shuppan bunka no nichifutsu kôryû (Bensei shuppan, 2015), The Invention of "Folk Crafts": Yanagi Sōetsu and Mingei (Cipango. French Journal of Japanese Studies, 2012), E wo yomu, moji wo miru. Nihon bungaku to sono baitai (Ajia yûgaku, Bensei shuppan, 2008), Hokusai, First Manga Master (Abrams, 2008), Du pinceau à la typographie (EFEO, 2006 ; Japanese edition 2010).

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