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Exploring Documental Painting Through Figure Painting of the Elderly in Taiwan by Keiko Takai
Generation of Japanese colonial Past
It has been several years since I have studied in Taiwan. As a student from Japan, the most impressive things for me was that I have met the people, who were educated in Japanese during the Taiwan under Japanese rule period, are still able to speak Japanese fluently at present. In the past few years, the historical buildings of that time were being conserved in Taiwan. The purpose of this Thesis is to visualize those people’s present figure by painting. It will image their common spirituality and historical meaning. The research of portrait’s characteristics and narration in East Asian Paintings are also accompanied. Through the survey, the sketch portraits differ from photography, the reappearance, visual, spirituality and diversity are summarized.
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