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森鴎外「青年」における絵画とその象徴的意味

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概要 Since the twenties of Meiji era, Ogai Mori commented on exhibitions of oil paintings held in Japan and engaged in controversies about Western paintings by Japanese painters. In his serialized novel Youth, started in Meiji 43, several famous paintings and actual painters appear. They relate with the mental state of the protagonist at every scene. The motifs in the works like Nona by Manet, Monna Lisa, and the sketches by Constantin Guys, are used not only to help the story visually but also to make the story have a multiplicity of meanings through symbolical interpretations of them.

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登録日 2009.12.25
更新日 2015.12.04