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見素抱樸 Jian Su Bao Pu
書法 Calligraphy
董陽孜 Dong Yang-zih 1942
90.0 x 180.0 cm
Artwork ID 09800103
“Jian Su Bao Pu, which means to “reveal one’s true self and embrace the original nature,” comes from Chapter Nineteen of Daodejing written by Laozi, a philosopher of ancient China. Dong Yangzih uses the four characters as the main elements of this artwork. Taking visual rhythm and delivery into account, Dong plays with thick and thin lines, as well as large and small characters. In the meantime, she pushes forward with a vertically-held brush on the paper with brushwork so powerful yet natural.
Artwork Profile
Title
Jian Su Bao Pu
Type
Calligraphy
Year
1991
Components
1件
Size
90.0 x 180.0 cm
Artowrk ID
09800103
Year of Archive
2009
Collecting Institution
National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
Artist Profile
Name
Dong Yang-zih
Born
1942
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