Books into pictures, pleasing to the eye

2022-07-24 0 By

Throughout the Yuan Dynasty, due to the influence of the social environment, most of the literati could not directly express their thoughts, but could only indirectly express their anger and sorrow through calligraphy, painting and poetry, thus producing many metaphorical works, such as Ke Jiusi’s painting works.”Wanxiang Gaojie” “Wanxiang Gaojie” Part 1 “Wanxiang Gaojie” Part 2 This painting “Wanxiang Gaojie”, ink painting on paper.It depicts a bamboo tree growing in a small pile of rocks. The leaves of a thorn tree beside it are gone, leaving only bare branches. There is a wild chrysanthemum tree on the right side of the picture.The painting is now in the National Palace Museum in Taipei.The night sweet high section figure composition simple, rugged rocks as well as the accompanying MoZhu thorns that bad living environment of the painter, MoZhu symbolizes the painter to power under the harsh social environment, hard life of the real state, thanks to a chrysanthemum have good luxuriant growth, represents a painter can resign like tao yuanming seclusion, right and wrong not to ask in the world;The painter uses seal script to write the branches of the bamboo, writes the bamboo leaves with eight points, and the stone brush is vigorous and broken. The rough and hard texture of the stone is described very realistically, which fully expresses the painter’s living environment is not optimistic.Mozhu has represented integrity since ancient times.According to the records, Wanxiang Gaojie Tu was a gift from Ke Jiusi, a lowly Official of the Han Nationality, to a man of much higher rank than himself.The artist fused his ideas with real life to create this painting.Whether his recipient understood the implications, only God knows.This painting, Double Bamboo, on paper and ink.It depicts two bamboo branches slanting into the picture, one stretching straight into the sky and the other slanting sideways, just like a couple who are dependent on each other, enjoying the moment without wind or rain peacefully.The painting is now in the Shanghai Museum.”Double bamboo map” conception is simple and generous, the whole picture only old bamboo proudly standing, look at the bamboo leaves can know, now neither wind and rain, nor cold, the sun is shining on the earth, it is quiet and serene good time.Clever and elegant calligraphy still can enjoy in this painting, KeJiuSi is a collection of poems, books, paintings, which integrates the artist, the painting is not acknowledged in the above, there is only one seller MingKuan – “JingZhong”, thus, the painter’s life state corresponds to the picture, so do not need a sense to express their own state of mind.This painting “Qing Mi Pavilion Ink and Bamboo”, ink on paper.It depicts a tall mountain rock, two bamboo sticks pull up, beside the rock there are short bamboo branches overflow.The painting is now in the Palace Museum in Beijing.In the eyes of the artist, bamboo and stone are like lovers in pairs, who are rarely separated.”Qing Mi Pavilion Ink bamboo” uses thick ink to draw bamboo leaves and light ink to draw bamboo branches. The pen is round and straight, just like seal script. Dark and light ink colors complement each other, which not only expands the picture space, but also enhances the sense of layers of the picture.The stone with pen cangjin Wan Zhuan, first with a fine brush outline the outline, and then with thick ink point dye, the stone is exquisitely carved, but also set off the beautiful tall and straight bamboo;The whole painting takes thick ink as the surface and light ink as the back, which is elegant and dynamic, making the two bamboo sticks in the mellow reveal a vivid vitality.The palace mentioned in the Painting was the residence of ni Zan, a great painter at that time. According to the inscription, ke Jiusi should have come to visit Ni Zan one day and stayed at ni Zan’s home, and then he had this painting.Ke Jiusi was a famous poet, calligrapher, connoisseur of ancient artifacts and painter in the Yuan Dynasty.He was famous for his bamboo painting and was the outstanding successor of the Huzhou Bamboo school.This is a few strokes, but it is quite calligraphically interesting, influenced by the aesthetic of ð« gu Kao Meng, who replaced “this old meaning with” jian Fu”He especially agreed with the idea that bamboo could reflect the integrity of the literati at that time, and often expressed his own mood by depicting bamboo.