Taikichi Irie (入江 泰吉, Irie Taikichi) (November 5, 1905 – January 16, 1992) was a Japanese photographer. He concentrated on Yamatoji (historical sites of Nara Prefecture) and Buddhist statues. Irie was born in Nara. He started photography in his teens, influenced by a brother. He began work in a camera store in Osaka in 1925 and in 1931 set up his own company in Osaka, Kōgeisha (光芸社), which did product and advertising photography as well as selling photographic goods.

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  • 入江 泰吉(いりえ たいきち 1905年(明治38年)11月5日 - 1992年(平成4年)1月16日)は昭和時代の日本の写真家。主に大和路の風景、仏像、行事などの写真を撮り、高い評価を受けた。
  • Taikichi Irie (入江 泰吉, Irie Taikichi) (November 5, 1905 – January 16, 1992) was a Japanese photographer. He concentrated on Yamatoji (historical sites of Nara Prefecture) and Buddhist statues. Irie was born in Nara. He started photography in his teens, influenced by a brother. He began work in a camera store in Osaka in 1925 and in 1931 set up his own company in Osaka, Kōgeisha (光芸社), which did product and advertising photography as well as selling photographic goods. He started taking photographs of bunraku in 1939 and in 1942 had his first solo exhibition (in Osaka), of bunraku puppets. His house in Osaka was destroyed in a bombing of 1945, and he escaped to his family home in Nara. Irie's photographs of Buddhist imagery were published as early as the early 1940s, and in 1958 he embarked on what would be a stream of books of such photographs, which had commercial success. In April 1992, three months after Irie died, a museum largely devoted to his works was set up in Nara: Nara City Museum of Photography .
  • Taikichi Irie (入江 泰吉, Irie Taikichi) est un photographe japonais, spécialiste de Yamatoji (sites historiques de la préfecture de Nara) et des statues bouddhistes. Né à Nara en 1905, Taikichi s'intéresse à la photographie dans son adolescence, sous l'influence d'un frère. Il commence à travailler dans un magasin d'appareils photo à Osaka en 1925 et en 1931 met sur pied sa propre société à Osaka, Kōgeisha (光芸社), qui fait des photographies de matériel et de la publicité tout en vendant des produits photographiques. Il commence à prendre des photos de bunraku en 1939 et en 1942 se tient sa première exposition personnelle (à Osaka), de marionnettes bunraku. Sa maison d'Osaka est détruite au cours d'un bombardement de 1945, et il retourne dans sa maison familiale à Nara. Les photographies d'Irie de l'imagerie bouddhiste sont publiées dès le début des années 1940, et en 1958, il se lance dans ce qui sera une abondante production de livres de ces photographies, qui sont un succès commercial. Taikichi est lauréat de l'édition 1966 des prix de la Société de photographie du Japon dans la catégorie « contributions remarquables ». En avril 1992, trois mois après sa mort, un musée consacré en grande partie à l'œuvre d'Irie est fondé à Nara : le musée municipal de photographie de Nara (奈良市写真美術館, Nara-shi Shashin Bijutsukan).
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  • Taikichi Irie (入江 泰吉, Irie Taikichi) (November 5, 1905 – January 16, 1992) was a Japanese photographer. He concentrated on Yamatoji (historical sites of Nara Prefecture) and Buddhist statues. Irie was born in Nara. He started photography in his teens, influenced by a brother. He began work in a camera store in Osaka in 1925 and in 1931 set up his own company in Osaka, Kōgeisha (光芸社), which did product and advertising photography as well as selling photographic goods.
  • 入江 泰吉(いりえ たいきち 1905年(明治38年)11月5日 - 1992年(平成4年)1月16日)は昭和時代の日本の写真家。主に大和路の風景、仏像、行事などの写真を撮り、高い評価を受けた。
  • Taikichi Irie (入江 泰吉, Irie Taikichi) est un photographe japonais, spécialiste de Yamatoji (sites historiques de la préfecture de Nara) et des statues bouddhistes. Né à Nara en 1905, Taikichi s'intéresse à la photographie dans son adolescence, sous l'influence d'un frère.
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