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夏荊山書法藝術探討=Exploring Xia Jing Shan's Calligraphy Art
Author 陳孟誼 (著)=Cheng, Meng-yi (au.)
Source 夏荊山藝術論衡=Journal of Xia Jing Shan's Art
Pages113 - 134
Publisher Url
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword夏荊山=Xia Jing Shan; 書法=Calligraphy; 顫筆=trembling brush; 鶴銘=Eulogy for Burying a Crane
Abstract 夏荊山居士畢生從事佛教藝術,其書法內容多為其對於佛經之書寫、佛理的體悟與世人之勸戒,形成社會中導正向善的力量,加上多年旅居臺灣、美國、日本與大陸地區,更令其書畫藝術形成廣大影響。

Buddhist art is Xia Jing Shan’s lifelong mission, and his calligraphic works are also predominantly on Buddhist scriptures, insights he has attained on Buddhist studies, or cautionary words for people, and his efforts have become an energy that guides society towards a path of positivity and benevolence. Having lived extensively in Taiwan, the United States, Japan, and China, the impact that Xia has formed through his oeuvre is wide and profound.
The focus of this paper is on Xia’s calligraphic works, and begins by examining the inscriptions on his paintings recorded in the book, Complete Collection of Buddhist Art by Xia Jing Shan(Xia Jing Shan zhongguo foxiang huaji), which is followed by step-by-step organization of the various scripts used by Xia and also changes he has developed throughout the years. The focus then returns back to his calligraphic works to look into their notable features. From comparing and contrasting their various compositions, structures, and brushworks, it is observed that the technique, “trembling brush”, is employed by Xia. Lastly, the paper attempts to reference the inscription on the historical stone carving, Eulogy for Burying a Crane, to examine various interpretations of the “trembling brush” by different artists in history, including the wave-like features by Song dynasty artist Huang Ting-Jian; twisting wristwork demonstrated by Qing dynasty artist Ho Shao-Chi; and styles by other artists from the late Qing dynasty to the early Republican period, such as Tzeng Shi, Li Rui-Qing, and Chang Dai-Chien. The study is then applied to illustrate the origin and to contextualize the use of the “trembling brush” in Xia’s calligraphic oeuvre.
Table of contents一、 前言 115
二、夏荊山居士生平簡述 115
三、 夏荊山書法表現特色 116
(一)畫作題跋書法 116
(一)單純書法作品 119
1.章法布局 119
2.用字結構 121
3.用筆筆觸 121
四、 從〈瘞鶴銘〉來看顫筆的發展脈絡 122
(一)關於〈瘞鶴銘〉清中期之前的論述 123
(二)臨習〈瘞鶴銘〉書家之表現 124
五、 結論 127

ISSN24126233 (P)
Created date2019.05.21
Modified date2020.06.15

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