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Early Qing Dynasty Court Paintings Institutions And Painter

Posted on:2007-07-09Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y RanFull Text:PDF
GTID:2205360185967318Subject:History of Chinese Ethnic Minorities
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Based on the historical data and former study achievements, the paper studies the organizational system and administration of the court painting institution in the early days of Qing dynasty from two aspects. First, the paper clarifies the developmental process of the court painting institution during the early Qing. It experienced three stages, including Hua Zuo, Huayuan Chu and Ruyi Guan. Second, the paper goes further to explore the administration and running of the court painting institution at that time by studying the various conditions of court painters.By studying the court painting institution and court painters in the early Qing period, we get the following conclusions: the court painting institution had been changing all the time. It evoluted from Hua Zuo, Huayuan Chu to Ruyi Guan. Although court painters' social classes were not very well, they got support from governors. Governors paid attention to their living and working. They not only had free atmosphere to create, but also had fair competitive surrounding. In the early days of Qing dynasty, politics and culture had a profound influence on the court painting institution and court painters. They formed distinctive characters.
Keywords/Search Tags:Hua Zuo, Huayuan Chu, Ruyi Guan, court painters
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