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|Other Titles:||Fauvism Coloring Impact to Those of the Taiwan’s Senior and Predecessor Painters|
Department & Graduate Institute of Fine Arts, NTNU
This research intends to explore the Fauvism coloring impacts to those of the Taiwan’s senior and predecessor painters. Subjects of this research are 5 Taiwan predecessor painters: Liao Ji-Chun, Guo Bo-Chuan, Jhang Wan-Chuan, Cai Yin-Tang and Chen Huei-Kun. Purpose of this research is purely summarizing the painter’s coloring style from the coloring perspectives in addition to usages between three original colors and complementary colors prior analyzing the painter’s coloring characteristics.Conclusions acquired are that, in the coloring styles, this researcher acknowledges that:Liao’s coloring is diversified in nature, dazzling but maintaining the coordination essence, therefore, rich in charisma. Guo is clean and tidy, smooth and bright. Jhang’s coloring nonetheless is bold, vigorous and strong in addition to rich and melodious.Cai’ is strong, sharp and lively plus possesses an intense visual effect. Chen’s coloring reflects a rarely quiet elegance and stabilized harmony instead. Additionally, in the applications of the tree original colors and complimentary ones in an overall sense, these five painters inclined to favor the original blue and the complementary colors for both the blue and orange.On the individual basis,Liao Chi-Chun usually applied the complementary colors from both the red and green. The degree of color from Kuo Po-Chuan was the lowest among them.Chang Wan-Chuan employed with the least complementary colors. Tsai Yin-Tang was found to be the one with the most complementary colors in his artworks. Nevertheless, the coloring degree from Chen Hui-Kun seemed to be the highest among them all…etc.
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