描かれたマカオ: ダーウェント・コレクションにみる東西交流の歴史

Translated title of the contribution: Images of Macau: East-West Exchange and the Derwent Collection

Cindy Yik-yi CHU (Editor), Kishi Toshihiko (Editor), Irene S M WONG (Editor)

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Abstract

ポルトガルの植民地、東西貿易の継承地、キリスト教布教の拠点として栄え、いまや教会や歴史遺産、カジノやモータースポーツで世界的観光地となったマカオ。アヘン戦争などによって世界史がおおきく揺れた18~19世紀のマカオを描く版画・水彩画・写真などから当時のマカオの光と影を読み解くとともに、その未来像を探る。

Macau was a Portuguese colony, an entrepot of East-West trade, and a base for Christian missions. It has now become a world tourist attraction with its churches, heritage buildings, casinos, and motoring events. Through looking at the historical images of Macau in the 18th and 19th centuries, it is hoped that we can have a better understanding of the changing situations during and after the Opium War (1839-1842).


Translated title of the contributionImages of Macau: East-West Exchange and the Derwent Collection
Original languageJapanese
Publisher勉誠出版株式会社
Number of pages227
ISBN (Print)9784585222620
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2020

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