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文化傳承與創新:夏荊山其人其事與佛畫藝術析論=Cultural Restoration and Innovation: The Life Story of Jing-Shan Xia and His Buddhist Painting
Author 侯皓之 (著)=Hou, Hau-chih (au.)
Source 夏荊山藝術論衡=Journal of Xia Jing Shan's Art
Pages75 - 111
Publisher Url
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword夏荊山=Jing-Shan Xia; 佛教繪畫=Buddhist painting; 文化傳承=cultural restoration; 歷史記憶=historical memory
Abstract 中國書法繪畫是獨特的藝術表現,依工具、材質、表現形式、文化思維與審美觀點而產生極具特色的藝術形態,因此探討中國書畫不僅要從外在的線條、造形、色彩、構圖等切入,更要從文化思想與主題意識進探究,再加以每位創作者的人格特質與生命體驗更豐富了其創作的內涵與知識。

Chinese calligraphic painting is a unique performance of art, a particular genre that is shaped by painting tools, painting materials, forms of expression, cultural thinking and aesthetic viewpoints. As a result, the discussion on Chinese calligraphic painting requires not only the observation of exterior lines, forms, colors, and compositions but also meditation on the cultural thinking and the consciousness embedded in the painting subjects. Furthermore, understanding the painter’s personality and life experience will also enrich the knowledge of his/her works.
Mr. Jing-shan Xia learned Chinese painting from famous painting mentors when he was young. He then visited many eminent painting masters and Furthermore flower painting, figure painting, lady painting skills, and mountain river painting skills. After that, he converted to Buddhism and dug into Buddhist Dharma and painting through his continued art creation. With years of experience, Xia had developed his theme conception and painting skills in a more delicate and antique way.
Chinese culture, which is like the sea into which the rivers run, is extensiveand profound. When Buddhism was introduced to China, it had been was Chinesized and became one of the three pillars of Chinese culture, along with Confucianism and Taoism. Mr. Jing-Shan Xia, who adopted the cultural characteristics of Chinese painting, combined Buddhist painting with the content and characteristics of Chinese culture as he polished and developed his painting from traditional Chinese painting to Buddhist arts. Therefore, Xia is considered a significant figure in mainland China’’s calligraphy and painting circles. This essay starts with the life story of Mr. Jing-Shang Xia to learn the relationships between his life experiences and his painting. Then, it focuses on his behaviors for public interests as a way of exploring his thinking. and finally, categorizes and analyzes his Buddhist works to investigate the origin and development of the forms and features of his painting. By discussing Mr. Xia’s cultural memory and heritages represented by his thought, artistic expression, and specific behaviors, this essay aims to provide suggestions for the restoration and development of Chinese calligraphy and painting.
Table of contents壹、前言 78
貳、生命歷程 79
(一)青年學畫 79
(二)參軍來臺 80
(三)皈依三寶 81
(四)移居美國 82
(五)創辦畫院 82
(六)藝術成就 82
參、利眾義舉 85
一、創辦畫院 85
二、重修龍興 86
三、策劃戲劇 88
肆、法相源流 90
一、佛 92
二、菩薩 93
三、羅漢 99
四、護法 102
五、高僧 104
伍、結語 106
(一)拍攝紀錄片 106
(二)建立資料庫 106
(三)加值再利用 107
(四)標註與說明 107
ISSN24126233 (P)
Created date2016.10.05
Modified date2020.06.15

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