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The Paintings of the Luo River Goddess : A Study of Narrative Painting
Luo Shen Fu-The Tale of the Luo River Goddess
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
The scroll of Luo Shen Fu
Glancing through text and illustrations with your attention wandering between fantasy and reality, can you escape the imaginary world? Stories with intriguing plots, particularly the romantic tales, catch the attention of many people! Therefore, in this thesis, the researcher was inspired by the “ideas” from the Luo River Goddess in Cao Zhi’s Luo Shen Fu-The Tale of the Luo River Goddess and applied the narrative approach to exploring the images and “form” in The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’s painting in the mid-19th century. Hopefully, a new style of watercolor painting is created by combining the features of watercolor and the creativity in literary works. This thesis is divided into four parts: Part One: Introduction — The researcher discussed the motivation, methodology, field of study, and limitations. Part Two: Methodology — The researcher employed Narratologie and related literature to explore the painting styles between The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and Ku Kai-chih’s The scroll of Luo Shen Fu. Besides, studied the female nudes and analyzed the aesthetics involved. Part Three: Creation — The researcher explained in details his ideas, content and organization, personal understanding of watercolor painting, and, most importantly, his creation process. The process included how to interpret abstract concepts in literature through concrete watercolor paintings. And his flow of thought is as follows: Luo Shen Fu → text → story line → the Luo River Goddess → sketch → images → the paintings of the Luo River Goddess. Part Four: Conclusion — The researcher reviewed and generalized the findings.
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