陳淳的花鳥畫

Translated title of the contribution: Chen Chun’s Flower Painting

陳瑞玲, 陳德馨

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Abstract

Chen Chun was a member of Wu school in the mid-Ming Dynasty. In his early
years, he studied painting with Wen Zheng Ming and learned exquisite style from him, but he also developed his own powerful brushstroke.
Chen Chun chose to be a professional painter. His flower painting surpassed
Wen Zheng Ming’s relatively reserved style and showed rapid, direct and powerful brushstrokes, which seemed to catch more liveliness of nature and therefore formed a very flesh style. Chen Chun became the first one to work as professional painter in the Wen Zheng Ming circle.
Chen Chun’s choice was not easily accepted by local painters. He deliberately
stayed away from the art circle he used to belong and led a retired life style of the Six Dynasty to ease his inner discomfort. Chen Chun’s art was the most creative among Wen Zheng Ming’s pupils, but his attitude toward his predicament singled him out of the literati circle of Wu for an independent figure of the culture of retirement.
Translated title of the contributionChen Chun’s Flower Painting
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)405-425
Journal中華技術學院學報
Volume38
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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