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Author Coleman, Earle Jerome

Title Philosophy of painting by Shih-Tʻao : a translation and exposition of his Hua-Pʻu (Treatise on the philosophy of painting) / Earle Jerome Coleman
Published The Hague : Mouton, 1978

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Description 1 online resource (147 pages)
Series Studies in philosophy ; 19
Studies in philosophy (Hague, Netherlands) ; v. 19.
Contents Preface; Introduction; Austere Sublimity of lofty Dryness (Koko); Subtle Profundity or Deep Reserve (Yugen); Simplicity (Kanso); Tranquility (Sei Jaku); Freedom from Attachment (Datsu Zoku); I. Oneness of Brush Strokes (I-Hua); II. Concealment in Nondifferentation (Mêng Yang); III. Harmonious Atmosphere (Yin Yün); IV. Sublimity as Aesthetic Achievement (Yüan Ch'en); V. Emptiness Versus Solidity ((Hsü Shih); VI. Living Spirit (Shêng Huo); VII. Liberation from Method (Liao Fa); A Biographical Sketch; A Note on the Chinese Scripts; A Discussion of Previous English Translations
1. Oneness of Brush Strokes 2. Liberation from Methods; 3. Transformation and Freedom; 4. The Value of Inborn Nature; 5. Unity of Brush Strokes and Ink Wash; 6. Motions of the Wrist; 7. Harmonious Atmosphere; 8. Reality of Mountains and Rivers; 9. Landscapes Expressed by Various Lines; 10. Three Planes and Two Grounds; 11. Six Essentials; 12. Forests and Trees; 13. Oceans and Waves; 14. Expressions of the Four Seasons; 15. Sublimity and the Commonplace; 16. Purity through Wu-Wei; 17. Origin of Heaven and Completion by Man; 18. Creativity and the Fulfillment of Nature
The Uninterrupted Translation 1. Oneness of Brush Strokes; 2. Liberation from Methods; 3. Transformation and Freedom; 4. The Value of Inborn Nature; 5. Unity of Brush Strokes and Ink Wash; 6. Motions of the Wrist; 7. Harmonious Atmosphere; 8. Reality of Mountains and Rivers; 9. Landscapes Expressed by Various Lines; 10. Three Planes and Two Grounds; 11. Six Essentials; 12. Forests and Trees; 13. Oceans and Waves; 14. Expressions of the Four Seasons; 15. Sublimity and the Commonplace; 16. Purity through Wu-Wei; 17. Origin of Heaven and Completion by Man
18. Creativity and the Fulfillment of NatureFinal Remarks; Bibliography
Analysis Painting Philosophy
Shitao
Notes Includes an uninterrupted English translation of the Hua pu
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 146-147)
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Subject Shitao, active 17th century-18th century.
SUBJECT Shitao, active 17th century-18th century fast
Shitao, active 17th century-18th century -- Philosophy. nli
Subject Painting -- Philosophy
ART -- History -- General.
Painting -- Philosophy
Painting -- Philosophy.
Painting, Chinese -- Philosophy.
China painters -- 17th century.
China painters -- 18th century.
Form Electronic book
Author Shitao, active 17th century-18th century. Hua pu. English
LC no. 78391911
ISBN 9783110809923
3110809923