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|Other Titles:||A research on the Chinese painting- teaching books published from70s to 80s in Taiwan|
Department & Graduate Institute of Fine Arts, NTNU
Art trend had never been in Taiwan until 70s-80s when the economy had just taken off. During that period, the blooming art publishing business, the spreading education, the sprouting art galleries and the promotion of art events by public art organizations all contributed to this artistic trend. One of the biggest contributors that helped Taiwan become a mature artistic society was the publishing of art books and art albums. These books were nicely printed and the price was so affordable that everybody was able to buy and read them. Among these books, the Chinese paintingteaching books especially benefited those who wanted to be a painter through the hands-on tutorials edited by art teachers. In the perspective of art sociology, this research is to connect the time, events and the publishers through the study of Chinese painting- teaching books publishing history. This research intends to find out the reason why those Chinese paintingteaching books were able to be mass produced and also to define the function and historical meaning of this tremendous amount of Chinese painting teaching books for the politics, society and economy.
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