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    標題: 漢畫像石《孔子見老子》圖及其意涵研究
    A Study on the Han Dynasty Stone Carving “Confucius Visits Laozi” and its Significance
    作者: 陳昱州
    貢獻者: 儒學研究所
    關鍵字: 儒家思想
    Confucius Visits Laozi
    Han Dynasty stone
    日期: 2014
    上傳時間: 2015-10-26 20:29:53 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 目前在大陸地區出土的漢畫像石中,《孔子見老子》圖是其中經典。圖像中人物表現形式、佈局方式,與各地民間雕刻創作者的藝術思維息息相關。從取材、組合、排列之中,承襲了以儒家思想為主流的社會價值。從不同地區的漢畫像石《孔子見老子》圖的發現與歷史文獻為基礎,本文通過分析比較人物表現形式、人物布局方式與畫面中其他圖像的意涵,探討漢代社會背景及藝術思維影響之下,所反映的儒家精神。
    Among the Han Dynasty stones exhumed in Mainland China, the carving "Confucius Visits Laozi" is one of the most classical. The expressive forms of its figures and its layout methods are highly associated with the artistic thoughts of its contemporary folk carvers. The way the carvers selected, combined, and arranged their materials reflected the prevalent social value in its time, Confucianism. Based on the findings and historical records of the Han Dynasty stone "Confucius Visits Laozi", this thesis aims to research the Confucian spirit under the influence of the social background and artistic thoughts of the Han Dynasty through analyzing and comparing the representative forms of its figures, the layout methods of its figures, and the meaning of the other images in the tableau.
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