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Reflection of Modern Taiwan― A Study of Creative Works of Shuen-Chang Chen's Chinese Figure Paintings
Chinese figure painting
This paper is mainly the exploration about the figure paintings on ordinary people engaged in certain aspects of everyday life. The painting of the emotional world of human beings, including the depiction of outside world or the interior world of the mind of ordinary people has been manifested. These figure paintings directly reflect the real life in modern Taiwan. This paper investigates the unnoticed phenomena of society associated with the social problem in Taiwan. The observation and speculation of these social problems have been discussed as well as the paintings on ordinary people collected either domestically or internationally. How these images of paintings are produced has been manifested from the points of view of sociology and psychology, in order to investigate the factors of social problems such as indifference, assentation, unlawful acts, aging and sickness in modern society. In search of logos of the multiple elements, the psychological states of the ordinary people have been illustrated. This paper is dedicated to the exploration and manifestation of Chinese freehand figure paintings of ordinary people from the above-mentioned perspectives: Chapter 1: Introduction—including motivation, goal, scope, method and the relation between this research and artistic creation. Chapter 2: The analysis of Taiwan society in terms of indifference, assentation, unlawful acts, aging and sickness from the perspectives of philosophy, sociology, psychology. Chapter 3: The analysis of realistic paintings of local or foreign ordinary people and the study and inspection of beliefs behind the artistic creations, compositions and the techniques of drawings. Chapter 4: The statement of beliefs behind the artistic creations of this research and the analysis of theories of related painting schools, the beliefs of the painters and the associations among composition, techniques and media. Chapter 5: The exposition of seven paintings depicting the aspects of contemporary society based on the realistic figures on the pictures and conveying the problems confronted and reflections of everyday life. On the one hand, the possibilities have been looked into from the ideological vocabulary. One the other hand, the illustrations of the contemporary everyday life have been reached through symbolic, critical visual images. Chapter 6: The conclusion of the artistic creations.
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