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Title: 偃息松涛一散仙 : 吉林省博物院藏项圣谟《松涛散仙图》研究 = A study of Xiang Shengmo’s an untrammeled immortal and soughing pines at Jilin Provincial Museum
Authors: 黄秀青 Ng, Siew Qing
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 明末清初的文人画家项圣谟(1597年-1658年),一生创作颇多,擅山水、花鸟、人物,尤以山水成就见长。顺治九年壬辰(1652年),项圣谟与谢彬共同完成了一幅《松涛散仙图》。在此之前,项圣谟曾于崇祯二年己巳(1629年)自绘一幅同名山水长卷《松涛散仙图咏卷》。这两幅画都是以其号“松涛散仙”命名的。目前美术史学界关于项圣谟的研究成果甚为丰硕,本文将尝试另辟途径,以文图学的视角重探《松涛散仙图》。本文将画作分为图像文本与文字文本两个部分进行分析,通过联系明清易代的历史背景和项圣谟的境遇,结合图像和文字共同探讨其中丰富的艺术旨趣。 首先,本文梳理了《松涛散仙图》的创作背景,从几幅作品了解项圣谟选择隐居的原因,以及他如何通过绘画来寄托心中理想的隐居方式。其次,着重于图象的解析,探讨了画面构图、项圣谟的形象塑造和松的寓意。最后,本文将分析画上题跋,揭示项圣谟的心境转变和作品“文”与“图”落差。 Xiang Shengmo, a literati painter in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, created multiple works in his lifetime. In the ninth year of Shunzhi, renchen [壬辰] (1652), Xiang Shengmo and Xie Bin completed a painting named “An Untrammeled Immortal and Soughing Pines” (Song Tao San Xian Tu 松涛散仙图), which is now at Jilin Provincial Museum. Before that, he had once drawn a long landscape scroll with the same name in the second year of Chongzhen, jisi [己巳] (1629). These two paintings were named after his Hao [号] “Song Tao San Xian ” [松涛散仙]. The paper aims to study “An Untrammeled Immortal and Soughing Pines” with the methodology of Text and Image Studies. The artwork will be divided into two parts: image and text in order to be analysed. By contacting the historical background of the Ming and Qing dynasties as well as Xiang Shengmo’s situation during these periods, this research reveals Xiang Shengmo’s mind changes and the meaning of the artwork conveys. First of all, this paper begins with the creating background of “An Untrammeled Immortal and Soughing Pines” as well as exploring the hermits thought which revealed in his works and the way he painted to express his feeling. Secondly, the paper focuses on the analysis of images and discusses the metaphorical nature of “An Untrammeled Immortal and Soughing Pines”. Finally, this paper will analyze the inscriptions of the paintings to reveal the meaning behind the artwork.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/76463
Schools: School of Humanities 
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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