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The Research Of Flemish Primitives

Posted on:2019-04-21Degree:DoctorType:Dissertation
Country:ChinaCandidate:J X HuangFull Text:PDF
GTID:1365330548485752Subject:Fine Arts
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The Flemish primitives was about in 1400-1523.In the region of Nederlanden in Europe,the style of the Gothic in the later period paintings represented the representatives:Van Eyck,Hans Memling,and Vander Goes,Robert Campin,Rogier Van der Weyden,Gerard David.The Flemish oil paintings were developed on the basis of miniatures paintings(miniatures of Bibles)Van Eyck brothers invented oil paints(pigments mixed with dry oils into pastes)and used media(linseed oil,poppy oil,The spade oil)the appearance of a panel painting(the period combination of Tempera and oil painting).Herbert van Eyck(1385-1426)and Jan van Eyck(1390-1441)invented and improved the oil painting materials then they were transmitted to Italy.Its route:First,Antoine Lo passed the technical treatment of the oil painting to Venice and then to Florence;second,Maestro Domenico passed it to Tuscany of Italy and then to Florence.Leonardo da Vinci(1452-1519)is one of the three masters of Renaissance painters in Italy,could see the time of the Flemish oil painting originated is early.Filippino Lippi(1457-1540)is mainlly a Tempera drawing in Italy,and Caravaggio(1575-1610)is already a Flemish period painter of Paul Rubens.(Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640),so the Flemish painter's contribution to the origin of the oil painting was earlier than that of the Italian painter.The representative figures of Flemish paintings during the two peak periods were the Jan van Eyck and the prosperous Paul Rubens.Wolfflin divided European early oil paintings into two forms:'linear' and 'painterly'.Italian painting is mainly painterly style.The differences between Northern European linear modeling and image processing are due to the national ways of thinking.The traceability of the source of the culture.The first part,from the revolutionary breakthrough of painting materials,analysis of the Flemish primitives appeared to the oil painting style and painting techniques to form,combined with the then social needs and the background of the period to analyze the northern culture,social history and other factors of the impact of the arts development,This paper summarizes the development of Flemish painting process for material aesthetics and aesthetic preference,and the implied meaning of schema and symbolism is embodied in religious painting as the main creative direction.The second part,the interpretation of the Flemish painting techniques,the invention of oil painting,the evolution of painting techniques to "linear drawing",the exploration of the original cognition of sensory visual experience during this period,the particularity of the expression method of space and volume,and the plasticity of oil painting language are the unique aesthetic value of Flemish painting The imitation of nature as well as the exploration of the body language of the picture,distinguishes later Renaissance paintings in Italy.This paper analyzes the contribution of the Northern Renaissance masters(Jan van Eck,Robert Campin,Rogier Van der Weyden)to the Flemish painting.Followers of Ike brothers:Hans Memling,Van der Goes,and Dieric Bouts the work of the three people to interpret the development of Flemish painting,the last is the Flemish primitives painting of the "Last Flower" Gerard David,the "assembly line" of the way is also a kind of innovation,and according to customer preferences to adjust the style of painting,Through the spread of commerce,Flemish paintings were sold in large quantities to places such as Italy.This paper probes into the similarity of the combination of picture viewing mode and material aesthetics as well as the application of artistic style and artistic ontology language in Flemish painting,analyzes the national characteristics of the works through aesthetic elements such as the shape of the picture,and demonstrates the choice preference and aesthetic orientation of the model to line,from their creative process,Creation form and artistic conception to reveal its values and cultural connotation.The third part,the particularity explores of the viewing style brought by the aesthetic features of Flemish painting's aesthetic features(The Flemish painting aesthetic characteristics brought by exploring the special way of viewing)-sensory vision,which is the same vein as material aesthetics,and is also one of the innovations of this paper.The contrastive study of the works of van Eyck and his followers have made a change in the form language and painting style of the well as the further development of oil painting style has entered into variety,and the boundary of painting style has begun to expand.What is the value of the pursuit of Flemish painting to the development of oil painting in China,the use of Chinese painting on the line in the Flemish painting can find the common understanding and viewing mode,to explore the cultural value of the similarity of the schema language,thinking about the development direction of the history of thought and cultural aesthetic consistency exists.The final part of the article is an epilogue,intervening from the cultural context and historical process at that time,attempting to summarize the evolutionary history of Flemish painting and analyzing the original of the history of human culture.Differences and similarities between different nationalities and cultures in understanding the similarities and similarities of the same things,and hold a moderate warmth and respect for the cultural context and social development at that time.Whether this interpretation is fast in sensory vision and virtual reality the development context still applies suitable.The article focuses on materials,sensory vision,color and humanistic spirit of Flemish painting in the Netherlands.The Flemish primitives masters achievements in transitional period from the late Medieval craft tradition Ages to the new self-awareness of painter in the Renaissance of in Netherlandish,...
Keywords/Search Tags:Sensory Vision, Flemish, Symbolic, Metaphor, Implication, Schema
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