清代中国と江戸日本の篆書比較論 : 市河米庵『米庵墨談』を中心に清代中国と江戸日本の篆書比較論 : 市河米庵『米庵墨談』を中心にAA12327433 The Comparison of the Seal Script Calligraphy between Qing Dynasty of China and Edo Japan : Focusing on the Beiann Bokudann of Ichigawa Beiann
文部科学省グローバルCOEプログラム 関西大学文化交渉学教育研究拠点 ［東アジアの歴史と動態］ The reign of the Edo period was established by Tokugawa Ieyasu. In this period, the policy of culture and education was put into force, and during the rise of innovation of calligraphy, two different styles which were Karayou and Wayou were appeared. The seal script calligraphy was a part of Karayou calligraphy, and it began to develop in the real sense from Edo period. The theory of Karayou calligraphy was influenced by the theory of China, and naturally the theory of the seal script calligraphy was influenced by the theory of the seal script calligraphy of China. In this paper, it would take an example of Ichigawa Beiann who was one of the member of Bakumatsu Sannpitsu, and choose his theory of calligraphy, Beiann Bokudann. Then analyzed the content of the seal script calligraphy and compared it with the theory of Chinese in the same period. Consequently we can see the relationship and degree of exchange study between Edo Japan and China in Qing dynasty.