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《Journal of National Museum of China》 2015-01
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Emperor Huizong in Hua Ji and Historian's Attitude

Feng Mingyang;  
Hua Ji [画继](Deng Chun, Southern Song dynasty) is another masterpiece on Chinese painting history after Famous Paintings through the Ages(历代名画记, Zhang Yanyuan, Tang dynasty) and Por traitRecords(图画见闻志, Guo Ruoxu, Nor thern Song dynasty). Impor tantrecords aboutEmperor Huizong of the Northern Song can be found in this book. The currentauthor explores how Deng Chun's view on Huizong's status in painting histor y is reflected in records and comments abouthim in this book and how Deng creates the historical images of Huizong, so as to geta glimpse of the subtle changes of historians' attitude during the Southern Song. This paper is written in two parts. The firstpartfocuses on Huizong as described in Hua Ji, including his artistic achievements, understanding about"shape" [形似] and "spiritlikeness" [神似], album artworks, attitude towards cour tpainters and personal literati aesthetics. In the second par t, Deng's advocac y of literati aesthetics is revealed in his records aboutHuizong's preference over literati painting, which indicates a transition of aesthetics fashion during the Song period. This is whatdif ference from the two previous works on painting history lies in.
【Fund】: 2014年度教育部人文社会科学研究青年基金项目“艺术与权力:南宋画院人物画的政治功用”(项目编号:14YJC760010);; 中国博士后科学基金民族危机与艺术创新:南宋院体人物画的历史生成”(项目编号:2014M561400)的阶段性研究成果
【CateGory Index】: J209.2
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