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reproduction of the hanging scroll "Taoyuan chunxiao" by the artist Wang Meng

ISBN:3402080400645, 3402080400645

Titel: Reproduktion des Rollbildes "Taoyuan chunxiao" des Künstlers Wang Meng - 複製 掛軸-王蒙 桃源春曉
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ISBN: 3402080400645, 3402080400645
Publisher: National Palace Museum, Taiwan - 國立故宮博物院
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First edition
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Binding: Paperback


Vernal Dawn at the Peach Blossom Spring

Wang Meng (1308-1385) Yuan Dynasty
Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper, 157.3 x 58.7 cm

Wang Meng, one of the “Four Masters of the Yuan”, was a maternal grandson of the famous artist Chang Meng-fu (1254-1322). A native of Wu-hsing (present-day Huchou, Chekiang), he was styled Shu-ming and went under the sobriquet Woodcutter of Yellow Crane Mountain; he called himself Recluse of Fragrant light. Wang’s painting style is heavily indebted to Wang Wei (701-761), Tung Yuan (d. 962), and Chu-jan (fl. Ca. 960-980), but his brushwork is looser and reveals a wide range of expression. He excelled at using “dry” ink to paint texture strokes as well as to limn the dots of “moss” that are used to model the shapes of mountains. His compositions are full and complex yet sacrifice nothing in terms of spaciousness.
This scroll depicts a scene from T’ao Yuan-ming’s “Peach Blossom Spring”; in the light of a spring dawn a fisherman punts his boat along a stream. Surrounding him on both banks are delicate masses of blossoming peach trees towered over by a stand pines; precipitous mountains sprinkled with “moss” dots rise into the distance.


本幅 桃園春曉圖 寫晉陶潛桃花源記中之景色。春光明媚,漁郎撐棹,徐行於江水之上。兩岸桃花齊綻吐英,群松岸然高挺。遠山疊嶂,山頭苔點繁密攢聚,一片煥發回春的景象。




王蒙 桃園春曉圖
文物尺寸:縱 157.3公分 橫58.7公分
文物形式:紙本 設色畫
文物描述: 王蒙(1308~1380),字叔明,號黃鶴山樵,自稱香光居士,吳興人(浙江湖州),趙孟頫外孫,元四大家之一,畫風以王維、董、巨為宗,而縱逸多姿,善用渴墨寫皴點苔,構圖繁複,無迫塞之感。 本幅寫晉陶潛桃花源記中之景色。春光明媚,漁郎撐棹,徐行於江水之上。兩岸桃花齊綻吐英,群松岸然高挺。遠山疊嶂,山頭苔點繁密攢聚,一片煥發回春的景象。唐 王維 依桃花源詩作「桃源行」:「漁舟逐水愛山春,兩岸桃花夾去津。坐看紅樹不知遠,行盡青溪不見人。......」


This product was added to our catalog on Dienstag 20 November, 2012.
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