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《Journal of National Museum of China》 2015-10
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Origins of Southern Dynasties Elements in Dunhuang Art

Zhu Hu;Li Wenwen;  
Southern Dynasties elements in Dunhuang art have always been an interest to researchers. Through a comparison of images from Dunhuang murals and historical documents,the current authors re-trace the origins of Southern Dynasties elements from the perspectives of communicators. The earliest Dunhuang murals show influences of the Hexi region,as can be exemplified in the Western Regions sfumato painting skills. Early southern style in Dunhuang murals begins in grottoes 251 and 257 that date to the mid Northern Wei dynasty. Grottoes 249 and 285 of the Western Wei dynasty show that by that period,southern style was maturing and became widely accepted in Dunhuang. Despite the great distance between Dunhuang and south China,shared ethnic and cultural identity brought the two regions close to each other. Diplomatic envoys,travelling monks,government officials from the Central Plains and Confucian scholars possibly contributed to introducing art from the Southern Dynasties to Dunhuang,which had profound influences on later Dunhuang murals.
【Fund】: 2014国家重大招标项目“中印佛教美术源流研究”(项目编号:14ZDB058)的阶段性研究成果
【CateGory Index】: J218.6
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