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書畫茶事=Calligraphy, Painting, and Tea Ceremony
Author 林進忠 (著)=Lin, Chin-chung (au.)
Source 夏荊山藝術論衡=Journal of Xia Jing Shan's Art
Volumen.4
Date2017.09
Pages9 - 29
Publisher財團法人夏荊山文化藝術基金會
Publisher Url http://www.xjsacf.com/TW/Showroom02/ugC_ShowroomItem.asp
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese
Note作者為國立臺灣藝術大學書畫藝術學系教授
Keyword茶=Tea; 荼; 書法=calligraphy; 繪畫=painting; 篆刻=seal engraving
Abstract 茶有悠久的發展歷史,自唐宋以來亦已是本土生活中時涉之物,歷朝文人詩、書、畫、印之中有關茶的創作實不勝枚舉。本文以相關研究所見書畫藝術作品為例,探析茶在文化生活中的人文藝術創作情境與內涵,主要有「茶」與「荼」的文字演化關係及其在書法篆刻創作上得現象,以及有關茶事詩文的書法作品賞讀,具有代表性的茶會、茶人、鬥茶等創作題材在繪畫表現上的傳承發展等,而由詩畫書印的相關茶事作品亦可印照其創意歷程諸多情思理念,呈顯出茶與書畫文人生活的密切關係。惟於浩瀚中固不免管窺之限,亦非歷朝文人皆準之事,仍資更加了解文人書畫創作感思與其生活背景情境息息相關的現象。

The developmental history of tea is quite extensive, with tea already an integral part of the literati lifestyle in the Tang and Song dynasties. There have also been countless poems, calligraphies, paintings, engraved seals associated with tea created by literati throughout history. This essay references artworks in the genres of calligraphy and painting examined during the research process to analyze the cultural and art settings and contents embodied in the culture and lifestyle of tea, focusing on the evolution of the Chinese character tea (茶) and how it was written in the ancient times (荼), and how the character is represented by calligraphy and seal engraving. Calligraphic works depicting poems on tea ceremony and the inheritance and development of paintings depicting iconic tea groups, tea aficionados, and tea competitions are also analyzed and appreciated. Poetries, calligraphies, paintings, engraved seals associated with tea ceremony reflect the artists' different emotions and ideologies, revealing the intricate relationship between tea and the literati lifestyle. The vastness of the subject matter leaves much to be desired and literati from different dynasties were each unique; there is much more to learn about the sentiments behind literati calligraphy and painting and the intricate connection with their lifestyles and everyday surroundings.
Table of contents一 12
二 14
三 19
四 24
ISSN24126233 (P)
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Created date2018.09.03
Modified date2020.06.16



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