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The Creation Research of Searching Original Images from Modernistic Painting Discussion of Colored Ink Painting for Life Image
The main purpose of this study is engaged in the similarity research between ancient and a modernistic painting. In modern Japanese art, especially artists who were born after 1960, there is very significant phenomenon of using strange, weird images in their works. Back to thousand years ago, compare the ancient Chinese artifacts and a modernistic painting, would found similar appearance between ancient and a modernistic painting. Therefore, I would like to do further study on it. Meanwhile, the root of the similarities could cause any results which are also can not be ignored. From the perspective of the evolution of art to look at the original images, they can not be classified as undeveloped or immature work. When appreciate the legacy of ancient Chinese civilization, which contains outstanding originality, and also gained a general consensus among the whole world. In particular, modern people gained precious artistic inspiration from it, which is also one of my motives of writing this article. In Western fine art, many artists were engrossed in primitive art and did in-depth analysis, such as: Gauguin, Picasso and Matisse….etc. Also, the trend has continued to nowadays. As for this group of painters how to capture the images of non-Western images and then utilize it into their own works, I will refer to the epoch-making exhibition in MOMA to corroborate. This study do not adopt art evolution or civilization theory to interpret, but advocate that no matter under which space-time environment, art activities are the use of the original instinct for creation, I will support examples to proof. Also, in modern society with advanced technology, why there is a group of people among modern artists who committed to the research of original images, I will also discuss this psychological phenomenon. There are three main structure of this thesis: 1. The image research of ancient Chinese and Japanese. 2. The trend of the painter who creative non-Western-style in early twentieth century of the West. 3. From the modern Japanese art, analysis the original elements by crossing time and space, then combined with a modernistic painting, after sorting by inductive analysis, export the conclusion of this study.
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