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Research of Four Seasons Landscape Handscroll Paintings in Ming Dynasty
Four Seasons Landscape
Wu Bin’s On the Way to Shanyin (Shanghai Museum) is well-known and attractive because of its fantastic and transformed landscape. However, images of four seasons were depicted in thishandscroll actually, that has been less concerned relatively. On the other hand, an early Ming four seasons landscape handscroll painting, which attributed by Li Tang, had been exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in recent years as well. In fact, there are other handscrolls in the frame of four seasons landscape in Ming dynasty other than two above-mentioned artworks Four seasons landscape handscrolls in Ming dynasty seems to be more complicated. Different styles, genres and compositions were presented among these paintings. There were traditions traced back to Song dynasty, but also innovations manifested simultaneously. Some famous painters in different schools including Jiang Song, Wu Bin, Shen Shichong and Wei Zhike adopted this theme in their creations, but related research and discussion might be insufficient in the past. Therefore, this thesis would like to rediscover the handscrolls by the theme of four seasons landscape from the existed Ming artifacts, try to reconsolidate the style and genre of these paintings from early to late Ming, in order to recognize the Ming artworld from another angle of view.
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