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Searching for Antiquities at Fengjing (葑泾访古圖)
Dong Qichang (董其昌, 1555–1636), Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Hanging scroll, ink on paper, 80 x 29.8 cm
Dong Qichang (董其昌, 1555–1636), courtesy name Xuanzai (玄宰), was a Chinese painter, scholar, calligrapher, and art theorist of the later period of the Ming dynasty. Dong Qichang was born to a poor but scholarly family. He passed the jinshi (“presented scholar”) examination at the age of thirty-five and was appointed to the first of a series of official positions within the Ming government.
In his paintings, Dong Qichang tended towards the styles of Dong Yuan (董源) and Juran (巨然), two 10th-century painters who specialized in painting the soft rolling landscapes of the south. He also favored the Four Masters of the Yuan Dynasty (Huang Gongwang 黃公望, Wu Zhen 吳鎮, Ni Zan 倪瓚, and Wang Meng 王蒙), who had both the selfless personality and the personal style indicative of the artist-scholar’s highest ideal. His paintings reveal his debt to them in both style and motif, yet he went considerably beyond them in banishing all immediate beauty from his art and stressing instead stark forms, seemingly anomalous spatial renderings, and clumsy handling of ink and brush. In general, Dong Qichang’s landscapes are marked by the subtle elegance found in scholar art. His mature yet breezy form of brushwork is built up yet also retains a light and airy feeling. In creating compositions, he followed the idea in calligraphy of an overriding “force” that permeates the work.
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KEMAL 2007... wieder einmal im Jugendhaus-Jukuz. Die Wand hatte ich #1999 schonmal bemalt, die Bilder kommen auch noch. Kurz danach wurde es für ein paar Jahre geschlossen und umgebaut. Lange war die Wand weiß. Das gute alte #Jugendhaus , immer wenn ich reinlaufe, kommen mir die Tage vor Augen...