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  日本书法
     The Origin of Japanese Calligraphy: Rethinking the Chinese Influence on Japanese Calligraphic Art
     物有本末 事有终始——再论日本书法形成中的中国之影响
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     The formation and development of Japanese calligraphy had quite direct relation with the spreading of the Chinese model calligraphy.
     日本书法艺术的形成和发展与中国法书的传入有相当直接的渊源关系。
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     Influence on Japanese Calligraphy of the Chinese Model Calligraphy
     中国法书对日本书法的影响
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     The callgraphy school of A-few-Japanese-written-character——one of the modern Japanese calligraphy schoos——has still great vitality to this day.
     日本现代书法流派之一的少字数派直至今天在书坛上仍具有强大的生命力。
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     Influence on Japanese Calligraphy of the Chinese Model Calligraphy
     中国法书对日本书法的影响
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     On the Calligraphy School of A-few-Japanese-written-character
     浅议日本少字数派书法
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     Calligraphy and Paintings
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     On Japanese music
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A brief history of Chinese and Japanese calligraphy is explored, including the elements and methods of brushwork and overall creation of the expressions themselves.
      
The author shows how Chinese and Japanese calligraphy is much more than writing; it must be approached as one would any piece of art.
      
Intimacy, Psyche, and Spirit in the Experience of Chinese and Japanese Calligraphy
      
Assuming that some standard characters and words are already designed, we propose a method for transforming their typefaces to the omitted running styles as seen in Japanese calligraphy.
      
The second half will include Hands-On activities such as Origami and Japanese calligraphy.
      


The callgraphy school of A-few-Japanese-written-character——one of the modern Japanese calligraphy schoos——has still great vitality to this day. This paper is for the purpose to discuss the cause for its formation and the artistic characteristics and aesthetic connotation of it as well.

 日本现代书法流派之一的少字数派直至今天在书坛上仍具有强大的生命力。本文旨在对其流派的产生原由及艺术特征和审美意蕴等进行论述。

The formation and development of Japanese calligraphy had quite direct relation with the spreading of the Chinese model calligraphy. In the Tang Dynasty, the model copybooks of Wang Xi-zhi were introduced to Japan, which pushed forward the establishment of Japanese calligraphy. During the period of Nara, the style imitating the one of the Jin and Tang Dynasty began to prevail in Japan. After the late Tang Dynasty, the tendency of following and imitating China faded, and meanwhile, the Japanese...

The formation and development of Japanese calligraphy had quite direct relation with the spreading of the Chinese model calligraphy. In the Tang Dynasty, the model copybooks of Wang Xi-zhi were introduced to Japan, which pushed forward the establishment of Japanese calligraphy. During the period of Nara, the style imitating the one of the Jin and Tang Dynasty began to prevail in Japan. After the late Tang Dynasty, the tendency of following and imitating China faded, and meanwhile, the Japanese culture sprouted new bud too. The circle of Japanese calligraphy in the times of Southern Sung Dynasty, the style of this period began to challenge the style of Tang Dynasty based on the calligraphy of Wang Xi-zhi. Since the Ming and Qing Dynasty, numerous copybooks of Chinese calligraphists flew into Japan, making the Japanese calligraphic circle presented a splendor appearance.

日本书法艺术的形成和发展与中国法书的传入有相当直接的渊源关系。盛唐时,王羲之等的法帖传入日本,受此影响,日本书法开始确立,及至日本奈良时期,全面模仿唐朝,崇拜晋唐的书体在日本盛行。王羲之等的书体由那些来唐朝学习的遣唐使带回日本,当时最著名的有最澄、空海、橘逸势等。晚唐以后,追随和模仿中国的倾向衰弱下来,与此同时,日本自己的民族文化也萌出了新芽。南宋时候的日本书法界,宋朝的书体开始向以王羲之书体为基础的唐朝书体挑战了。明清以来,中国众多书法家的法帖流入日本,使得日本书法界异彩纷呈。

The development of Japanese calligraphic art is inseparable from the introduction of Chinese calligraphy into Japan and its influence, which occurred in three stages after the invention and introduction of characters: The first or early stage, lasting from the Safe Era to the Nara Era (710-1185). The second stage covered the period from 1185 to 1868. The third stage started with Meiji Reformation (1868-). In the first stage, Japan began to actively and extensively absorb Chinese culture, by sending...

The development of Japanese calligraphic art is inseparable from the introduction of Chinese calligraphy into Japan and its influence, which occurred in three stages after the invention and introduction of characters: The first or early stage, lasting from the Safe Era to the Nara Era (710-1185). The second stage covered the period from 1185 to 1868. The third stage started with Meiji Reformation (1868-). In the first stage, Japan began to actively and extensively absorb Chinese culture, by sending people to China to learn. After the late Tang Dynasty, the trend to follow and imitate Chinese culture weakened. While the Chinese style of calligraphy was still dominant at this time, there emerged the Japanese style of calligraphy, and the development of Japanese calligraphy is an indication of the formation of Japanese culture. Calligraphy and the exchange of calligraphic art works had been limited to the upper class, that is, the nobility. In the second sate, the Song style of calligraphy posed a challenge to the Tang style, and its influence was spread to Japan. By this time, the Tang style and the Japanese style were equally important. The third stage lasted a very short time, but it was quite influential. Many Chinese calligraphers' models of handwriting were introduced to Japan. As a result, Japanese calligraphic art developed quickly and was greatly diversified, and the study of calligraphic theory prospered and calligraphy became part of ordinary people's life.

日本书法艺术的形成和发展离不开中国法书的传入和影响,可以分为早期和以后的三个时期加以说明。早期始于文字和汉文化的传入。第一期(初期):平安时代到奈良时代(710-1185),在这一时期,日本开始主动、大规模且长期推行吸收大陆文化,即史称为遣唐使的活动。晚唐以后,全面追随和模仿的倾向走弱,受此影响,与“唐样”即中国风格书法继续大行其道的同时,所谓“和样”即日本风格的书法也开始出现、确立,书法的变迁从一个方面展示,日本的民族文化萌出新芽。从载体来看,书法和书法交流仅属于少数社会上层即贵族阶级。第二时期(中期):镰仓时代到江户时代(1185-1868),这一时期,宋代书法向唐朝书体挑战的风潮影响到日本,到江户时代,“唐样”与“和样”终成两分天下的局面。第三时期(后期),明治维新以后(1868-),第三时期为期很短,但是冲击力极大。中国众多书法家的法帖流入日本,不仅使得日本书法界异彩纷呈,也深刻推动了书法理论的研究,更重要的是书法开始走向一般民众。

 
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