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Wang Wei,Li Bei,DuFu and Chinese Paintings of Men of letters

YUAN Xiao-wei (Dept.of Liter,ANU 241000,China)  
Wang Wei,a well-known poet in the Tang Dynasty,who first combined poems with paintings.Paintings of the men of letters afterwards were to a great extent influenced by his style of unworldliness,remoteness,looseness and casualness.Li Bai and Du Fu's outstanding achievement in landscape poems contributed greatly to the innovation of paintings by men of letters in terms of overall mood,taste,and even style.When in light of the connection between the different styles of Wang,Li,Du's landsape poems and the complicated picture and unique artistic aethetics in the development of Chinese paintings by men of letters,Chinese men of letters are influenced by Confucianism,Taoism,and Buddhism,among which Confucianism is in the centre,and Taoism and Buddhism are at the side.The two art forms of landscape poems and paintings by men of letters achieve deeper communication and connection in their expression of the inner world of Chinese men of letters.
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