Study on the Realities of the Life of Boudoir Painters in the Background of Late Ming Feudalism

-- Taking Wen Bun as an Example

Authors

  • Yuxi Sun

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.16

Keywords:

Late Ming Feudal Background, Boudoir Painters, Literati, Life Reality

Abstract

 The Late Ming Dynasty was a period of unprecedented development for women's painting in ancient times, which surpassed all previous generations of women painters in terms of the number of painters and the number of paintings, especially in terms of the language and form of paintings. women painters. As a representative of the late Ming boudoir painters, Wen Chuan's paintings superficially depict a picture of the "small world" of daily life, but hidden behind her "small world" is her conscious creative attitude and keen gender awareness in the context of the feudal society of the late Ming. However, behind her "small world" is her more conscious creative attitude and keen gender awareness in the context of the late Ming feudal society. In this paper, we focus on aesthetics, sociology, and art history from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore the real life and social status of Wen Hsiun in the context of the late Ming feudal society.

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References

Zhang Yanyuan. The Record of Famous Paintings Throughout the Ages [M]. Shenyang: Liaoning Education Press, 2001.

Jiang Shaoshu. History of Silent Poetry [M]. Shanghai: Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House, 1962.

Li Chik. Study on the Boudoir Paintings of the Ming and Qing Dynasties [M]. Beijing: Forbidden City Press, 2008.

Li Yao. Research on the History of Yutai Paintings [D]. Nanjing Normal University,2008.

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Published

01-12-2023

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How to Cite

Sun, Y. (2023). Study on the Realities of the Life of Boudoir Painters in the Background of Late Ming Feudalism: -- Taking Wen Bun as an Example. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 58-61. https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.16