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|Title:||Eight Views of Xiao-Xiang: The Culture Image of East Asia|
Eight Views of Xiao-Xiang;Culture Image;East Asia;Motif;Aesthetic consciousness
|Issue Date:||2018-04-10 13:41:21 (UTC+8)|
＂Xiao-Xiang＂ refers to the Xiao River and Xiang River that flows through Hunan area. Since Zhuangzi and Qu Yuan, literary creations on Xiao-Xiang have developed into a cultural image, and landscape paintings on Xiao-Xiang have also developed from Tang dynasty. Northern Song dynasty painter Song Di illustrated ＂Eight Views of Xiao-Xiang＂, which initiated the poetry and painting creations on Xiao-Xiang in East Asia. 12^(th) century, Goryeo ambassador painters have learned poetry and painting creations on Xiao-Xiang in the Song court. 13th century, monks travelled to Japan also brought in poetry and painting works on Xiao- Xiang. The over land route of Ancient Vietnamese envoys also went through Hunan province. ＂Eight views of Xiao-Xiang＂ is a shared poetry and lyrical motif among East Asian countries. Hence, studying the cultural image of Xiao-Xiang will allow analysis of aesthetic consciousness of East Asian countries. This paper summarizes the origins of ＂Eight View of Xiao-Xiang＂, as well as their historical development in China, Korea, Japan and Vietnam, each with their distinguishing characteristics.
|Relation:||東亞觀念史集刊 , 6, 35+37-55|
|Appears in Collections:||[東亞觀念史集刊] 期刊論文|
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