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螃蟹
Crabs
水墨
ink painting
1934
齊白石
Chi Bai-shi
1864 -1957
135.9 x 33.8 cm
Artwork ID
07400017
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「墨分五彩」,是國畫特色之一。這幅一氣呵成的簡筆寫意畫,堪見筆法流暢有力,下筆生動;水墨交融,墨色濃淡有致。整幅畫共繪了十一隻螃蟹。自下方往上移,共分多少不等的五組,構成了疏密、虛實相配的畫面;重心在於中下方那四隻,三聚一散,已有五組不同的墨色。以構圖來分析,中下方是「聚」;畫面自中間向上移,分成三組「散」;中上方四隻則墨色漸趨於淡。整幅畫雖然逸筆草草,但藉著謹嚴的用墨法和佈局,遂成佳作。出處:劉坤富,國立臺灣美術館典藏詮釋資料。

Artwork Profile

Title Crabs
Author Chi Bai-shi
Type ink painting
Material Ink on paper
Year 1934
Components 1
Size 135.9 x 33.8 cm

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Artowrk ID 07400017
Year of Archive 1985
Copyright 公共財領域

Artist Profile

Chi Bai-shi

Name Chi Bai-shi
Born 1864
Died 1957

Chi Bai-shi (1864-1957)

Born in 1864 and dying in 1957, Chi’s first name was Huang, and he was also known as Chun-sheng, or Chun-zhi; he was nicknamed Wei-qing or Bin-sheng, and commonly called Bai-shi the Old Man in the Mountain or Bai-shi the Elder. He was born in Xiangtan, Hunan, China. He leaned to study Poems of 1000 Masters under the instruction of his grandfather Zhou Yu-ruo. He learned woodcraft when he was young. When he was 20, he learned about painting from The Mustard Seed Garden. He started to learn seal characters and standard characters engraved in bells and vessels when he was 23. At the age of 27, he became the disciple of Hu Dao for painting and of Chen-fan for poetry; at the age of 37, he became the disciple of Wang Xiang-qi for literature. When he was 43, he obtained the book Jinjie Hall Collection and started to practice the paintings and skills. He was a master of painting flowers, birds, insects and fish. His strokes are powerful and vigorous; he presented objects with simple lines but vivid spirit. His idea of painting is “the subtlety lies in the fine line between similar and not similar; too similar makes the work a kitsch while not similar at all may be seen as a work that fools the world.” As for his seal technique, he was the follower of the Zhe School in the initial days, but turned to the technique of Han seal carving later. His arrangement is surprising but moderate, straight forward and powerful; he created a very unique style of his own. He was a professor at Peking Arts College. He published books including Diary of 300 Stone Seal Houses, Poem Drafts at Jieshanyin Hall, and Chronicle of Chi Bai-shi. He was a member of the presidium of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circle and the chair of the Chinese Artists Association.

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