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|Other Titles:||The reception and interpretation of Zhong You calligraphy in Ming Dynesty －a study on Zhu Yung Ming Chushibiao|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
The aim of this research is to realize the reception and interpretation of Zhong Youtradition among the artists in the Ming dynasty after the appearance of Jianjizhibiao, a very wellknown regular script spread in the Suzhou area by Zhong You during the middle of the Mingperiod. The development of Kaishu depending on the Zhong You tradition has played a crucial rolein calligraphic works throughout the time. This study focuses on the background and the techniqueof the Zhu Yung Ming Chushibiao, which is obviously affected by the style of Jianjizhibiaorather than other works of Zhong You. The intention of following Jianjizhibiao has madeChushibiao a very unique and creative work that presents a new vision in the field of calligraphy.Through the discussion in the contexts by many of the scholars and a form analysismethodology for this artwork, how artists conform to the Wei Jin tradition and the approachthey create for the ideal images in their works will be explored.
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