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  大型博物馆
     The similarity is that the three big museums, chiefly based on the sites and collections of palaces, were all opened to the public through the revolutionary means in modern history.
     相似之处在于这三个馆都是在近现代史上,用革命手段开放的以皇宫旧址和宫廷收藏为主的大型博物馆
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     大未来
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     Big Aristotle
     “大”亚里士多德
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     Museums and Spectators
     浅谈博物馆的观众工作
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     Exploring the Industrialization of Museums
     探索博物馆产业化之路
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This paper makes a comparative study of the opening of the Palace Museum, Louvre and the State Hermitage, three imperial palace museums. The similarity is that the three big museums, chiefly based on the sites and collections of palaces, were all opened to the public through the revolutionary means in modern history. But owing to the differences of social, cultural and ideological formations in each country, they are unlike between each other in terms of opening.

本文对故宫博物院与卢浮宫、冬宫(艾尔米塔什)三座皇宫博物馆的开放进行了比较研究。相似之处在于这三个馆都是在近现代史上,用革命手段开放的以皇宫旧址和宫廷收藏为主的大型博物馆。然而由于所处的社会形态、文化形态、意识形态等方面的差异,三个博物馆的开放情况也不相同。

Getty Center may be the biggest museum complex in late-twentieth century and also the most important masterpiece of Richard Meter. It has been brought to the attention of all over the world and has already received good response,but its evaluation from the architects of the United States, Meter's native country, is not so good. This paper tries to introduce and analyse objectively the design concept of Getty Center and the architectural style of Richard Meter as well.

格蒂中心是本世纪末建成的最大的博物馆群,也是R·迈耶至今完成的是重要的作品。该工程的建成引起全世界的关注,国际建筑界反映良好,但在美国建筑界却评价不高。本文深入分析了该工程的设计构思及具体的建筑处理手法,力图比较客观地介绍该工程的优缺点,同时也对R·迈耶的建筑风格的形成及影响进行了探讨。

The Dunhuang Grottos are famed as a pearl in the western China's desert area. The Murals painted in the 492 grottos over a period of 1000 years add up to an area of 4500 square meters. But the size itself is not the only reason why Dunhuang is called the biggest museum of murals in the world. The murals were painted by artists of generations, affected by different styles, ideals, aesthetic concepts, personal experiences, preferences, legends of their own times. The rich differences blossom and make the...

The Dunhuang Grottos are famed as a pearl in the western China's desert area. The Murals painted in the 492 grottos over a period of 1000 years add up to an area of 4500 square meters. But the size itself is not the only reason why Dunhuang is called the biggest museum of murals in the world. The murals were painted by artists of generations, affected by different styles, ideals, aesthetic concepts, personal experiences, preferences, legends of their own times. The rich differences blossom and make the grottos one of the most marvelous museums in the world.Murals are different in styles. The artists who first painted there were of the Northern Dynasty (386 AD) . Their works are simple and ebullient in style redolent of the wild world. The blue color dominates. The murals created during the Sui Dynasty are highlighted by a solid and massive style. They look both majestic and refined. The artists of the Tang Dynasty were the most wonderful, just like the empire itself. The style of the murals created during this period is magnificent and voluminous in sumptuous tints. These murals look vigorous and dynamic. From the Five Dynasties to the beginning of the Song Dynasty, murals were quiet and languid in style, showing the slack, slim and weak features. The murals painted by artists of the Northern Song Dynasty lack originality. Their composition is sluggish and heavy, and the style tends to be stereotyped, further marred by overdosed blues and greens. This change truthfully reflected the academic degeneration which occurred in that time. The murals painted in the Western Xia Dynasty have a unique styleof their own. The Yuan Dynasty brought in murals stylized by the mystic features, just mirroring the mystic religion popular in that time.Different dynasties feature different themes and stories painted in the grotto murals. The Northern Dynasty witnessed the complete changes in painting styles. The styles changed from the exoticism to the pure Chinese touch. Religious stories are illustrated in a series of paintings. Figures in these murals are full-grown, and often naked in the upper torso. The murals of the Tang Dynasty often cover complete stories in one painting where the heavenly pure land is the centerpiece. Buddha sits in the center, talking about Buddhist creeds, flanked by his disciples and Bodhisattvas. The upper part of the background is temples and palaces, and angels flying and casting flower petals. The lower part is occupied by musical bands and dancing girls, and precious birds in ponds. Such murals show glory, magnificence, and splendor in vivid colors. Yet Flying Angels are the eternal theme from the first grotto to the last one. There are 4500 flying angels in total. They flow and dance in the sky, in sharp contract to Buddha and Bodhisattvas sitting gravely. Their flying postures feature arts of dancing, painting, and silk.The murals reflect the ancient civilization from the 5th century to the 14th century. Eighty murals are about farming. Farmers in those murals plow their fields, scatter seeds, weed, harvest, thrash the grain, and bag the grains. Some farming tools depicted in these murals are the only graphic records of these tools. Specialists saythat the Dunhuang murals are a book of agricultural history. About 100 murals portray medical doctors visiting their patients. Fourteen paintings record people brush their teeth. One is about a monk using his fingers to clean his teeth. Experts say that this is the earliest painting in the world about care of teeth. There are over 70 murals depicting boats and ships in different styles and structures. There is even a manned boat flying into the cloud. Martial arts is another subject frequently repeated in many mural paintings.Many modern Chinese artists regard the Dunhuang murals as the greatest treasures for inspirations. Zhang Daqian was one of such artists. He spent three years in Dunhuang to copy murals. His copies were of the same size as the originals. But his paintings were more than copies. He restored the original colors and lines in his copies. His cop

1900年6月22日早晨,一个名叫王圆箓的道士挖开了敦煌莫高窟北端七佛殿下第16号窟的积沙。从这一刻起,一座人类历史上最为壮观、辉煌的文化宝库便现世于中华大地。 今年6月,是敦煌莫高窟藏经洞发现的100周年。中国文化部、国家文物局和甘肃省政府为此举行大型的纪念活动。回望敦煌百年,使世人再次感悟世界上独一无二的历史遗产的文化价值。敦煌是中国的,也是全人类的。

 
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