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|Title:||質 樸 心 ． 懷 鄉 情|
A Heart of Simplicity and Feelings of Nostalgia
A Heart of Simplicity
Feelings of Nostalgia
The western philosopher G.W.F. Hegel indicated that ideal art was to represent the mind by making images correspond to the mind. Equally, most of the ancient Chinese art criticism discussed the origin of art and the culmination of art in terms of the relationship between human beings and objects or subjectivity and objectivity. It also asserted that the most ideal artworks were created when the artist’s soul mingled with the objects. In this essay, the painter tried to explain how he represented his viewpoints on those paintings when his mind met the objective world. “ A heart of simplicity and feelings of nostalgia” is the topic of those paintings. The painter’s ideas are derived from two systems: one is the system of western aesthetics; the other is the system of philosophy in the western and the oriental world. The paintings are especially influenced by those western fashions, such as Naturalism, Barbizon, and Impressionism. On the other hand, by comparing the western aesthetics with the oriental one, the painter induces the relationships between the creations and the artists as well as their symbolic meanings. The contents of these paintings could be divided into to two categories: one is the category of the objects in the nature; the other is the category of figures. The nature is always the inspiration of the painter. And the painter have deep affection for the mountains, rivers and landscape in Yu-Li, Hualien, where is the writer’s hometown. The simple and pure affection derived his painting languages.
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