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Dissertation > History, geography > Cultural Relics and Archaeology > China 's Cultural Relics and Archaeology > Arts and archeology > Ancient painting > Mural

The Study on Art Styles of the Tibetan Buddhist Tantric Murals of Dunhuang Cave 465 in Mogao Grottoes

Author YinWenTao
Tutor AWangJinMei
School Tibet University
Course Fine Arts
Keywords 465 Cave Modeling structure color
CLC K879.41
Type Master's thesis
Year 2008
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465 Cave of Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, is a typical Tibetan Tantric Buddhist caves, which are drawn from the Tibetan existing earliest and most complete Tibetan-style temple murals, the cave has a profound historical, religious background, the complicated cultural origins. Drawing murals not only distinctive features and integration with multiple factors, the characteristics of multi-religious background, has been the academic attention at home and abroad, which contains a powerful artistic appeal is a high degree of concern for the arts, coupled with the teaching of subjects showed more unique religious and artistic outlook.Papers at home and abroad from the first 465 of the Cave Research and development trend of talking about multi-cultural background, the sequence of multi-style factors, and strive to achieve Tantric art and the arts in general convergence and the use of modern theoretical modeling of the form from the murals and color of sentiment rose to rational understanding, summarize and verification, Tantric art into a unique aesthetic and modeling of. In-depth analysis of religious images at the same time, enriching the general theory of art form, has opened up many aspects of our vision. Articles focus on the 465 cave murals analytical modeling features, this is a brand new professional perspective, a modern system of academic study of the art of the Mogao Grottoes of Dunhuang Cave 465 ancient Tibetan Buddhist Tantric murals for the new Separation and quantitative research. Use static (in structure) and dynamic (Performance) two analytical methods, from the macro to the micro-and three-dimensional analysis of the Cave Room 465 murals of the main characteristics of shape. Put forward some new views of art, such as: "The drawing of the symbol of [the concept of progressive layers of identity art principles and multidimensional Cave Paintings of the uncertainty of a different viewpoint in the conversion of fixed-motivation, Asia motives, and so on. Based on the painting using the intermediation of Modern Art reveals the point of Tantric art contains a very profound modeling perspective, the show is unique artistic style, achieved Tantric art and art theory common interface.This was followed by the color murals on the analysis of the structure, the relationship between contrast and coordination on the black, gray and white on the use of the concept of the use of color differences, pointing out that proper handling of the "harmonic color" and "color contrast," "no color line "and the" color line "between the composition (" color line "mainly refers to the mainly black gray color," Color of the "Black said outside the gray color.), which will produce aesthetic murals color key host. 465 Cave revealed in the strict Tantric rites, how has its unique color effects and harmonic tones of black, gray, white successfully used not only reflects the breadth of Tantrum, also showed classic Dunhuang Art Features, clear its huge artistic value.Through the Cave of Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang 465 series of in-depth study step by step, on Tibetan Tantric Buddhism and the presentation of practical significance, from the art style to the art form of a 465 Cave summed up the theory and practice art positioning, and Tantric paintings excavated in a number of unique Visual Arts, both to fill 465 caves at Mogao Grottoes fresco art research in the field of blank, and enriched the arts in general focus of research so that we look at in a new light on the Buddhist theory of the past Research Perspective, rich religious and artistic scope of the study, while the morphological study of Buddhist Tantric art has also made a contribution.

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