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The Orchid Pavilion gathering
Marshall Pei-sheng Wu
by Regents of the University of Michigan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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The Lantingji Xu (simplified Chinese: 兰亭集序; traditional Chinese: 蘭亭集序; pinyin: Lántíngjí Xù; literally: 'Preface to the Poems Collected from the Orchid Pavilion') or Lanting Xu, is a piece of Chinese calligraphy work generally considered to be written by the well-known calligrapher Wang Xizhi ( – ) from the East Jin Dynasty ( – ).
The title, "Orchid Pavilion Gathering", is taken from a famous episode in Chinese history, which documents an early spring celebration by a group of scholars during the Tsin dynasty (). One of the most enduring themes in Chinese painting, this legendary literary gathering is the subject of one of one of the Museum's finest works, an Cited by: 1.
Please join China Institute Gallery for an afternoon of poetry, music and art as we usher in our newest exhibition Art of the Mountain: Through the Chinese Photographer’s Pavilion Gatherings are an annual event at China Institute celebrating and encouraging artistic inspiration in the spirit of celebrated calligraphy sage Wang Xizhi’s ( – ) famous gathering with his.
The Orchid Pavilion Gathering Artist(s) Sheng Maoye (Sheng Mao-yeh) Object Creation Date Medium & Support handscroll, ink and color on silk Dimensions 12 ¼ in x 84 ½ in ( cm x cm);12 in x 84 ½ in ( cm x cm);12 7/16 in ( cm);x 12 15/16 in x cm;3 ¾ in x 14 9/16 in x 3 ¼ in ( cm x cm x cm).
To the nanga artists of the Edo period, the gathering at the Orchid Pavilion was the epitome of a literati pastime. Of the many Japanese artists who painted the theme, Ike Taiga (–) is the most prominent, depicting it repeatedly on scrolls and screens, each time with a similar compositional scheme.
The Orchid Pavilion gathering is a classic theme in Chinese art. It refers to a specific social occasion in the fourth century, when a group of scholars celebrated a spring festival with a wine. The Orchid Pavilion gathering: Chinese painting from the University of Michigan Museum of Art [Wu, Marshall Pei-sheng] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Orchid Pavilion gathering: Chinese painting from the University of Michigan Museum of ArtCited by: 1. We recommend booking Orchid Pavilion (Lan Ting) tours ahead of time to secure your spot.
If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 1 Orchid Pavilion (Lan Ting) tours on Tripadvisor4/5(68). Get this from a library. The Orchid Pavilion gathering: Chinese painting from the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
[Marshall Pei-sheng Wu; University of Michigan. Museum of Art.]. The Orchid Pavilion Gathering features more than sixty art works, which together demonstrate the essential importance of history, literature, philosophy, and religion to the art and aesthetics of Chinese painting.
Visually stunning as these exhibited works are, the exhibition reveals that Chinese painting is more than an art for the eye alone. derives its name from the Orchid Pavilion Gathering (兰亭集会), a literary event held by 42 scholars at the Orchid Pavilion (兰亭) on Mount Kuaiji (会稽山) to celebrate the Spring Purification Festival, on the third day of the third month in CE during the Eastern Jin (东晋) Dynasty.
Title: The Gathering at the Orchid Pavilion (handscroll) Overview of The Gathering at the Orchid Pavilion(handscroll) Creator: Wen Zhengming, Wen Zhengming Date:Type: Chinese ink and colour on silk, Chinese ink and colour on silk Creator's Dates:The Orchid Pavilion Gathering (detail),color addedChen Fu, Chinese, active s, ink and color on paper, 13 1/4 X 25 7/8 In., Seattle Art Museum, Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection,photo: Elizabeth Mann.
The Orchid Pavilion (Lan Ting) was originally the site where Gou Jian, the King of the Yue State during the Spring and Autumn Period ( BC - BC), planted orchids.
Later it became famous for Wang Xizhi, a renowned calligrapher of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (). Text [on left screen] At the foot of Mount Ohu, the rice and millet grow fat; / pigs are in their pens, and chickens in their coops./ The door to the house has been left ajar.
/ The Autumn Festival is over, and in the evening / mulberry leaves cast long shadows. The Orchid Pavilion Gathering has been considered the epitome of a cultured and elegant life ever since, please join us for an inspiring afternoon and let our exhibition Art in a Time of Chaos take you back to the time of Wang Xizhi and his literati friends.
Preface to the Poems Composed at the Orchid Pavilion (王 羲 之) Wáng Xīzhī (by Wang Xizhi) 永和 九 年， Yǒnghé jiǔ nián: It is the ninth year of Emperor Mu of Jin's Yonghe era (20 Feb - 8 Feb ), 歲 在 癸 丑， suì zài guǐ chǒu: The year of the Yin Water Ox, 暮春 之 初， mùchūn zhī chū.
A review of Pictures of Social Networks: Transforming Visual Representations of the Orchid Pavilion Gathering in the Tokugawa Period (), by Kazuko Kameda-Madar.
Kazuko Kameda-Madar examines the popularity of the Orchid Pavilion Gathering pictorial motif and explains the changing motivations of the different Japanese artists who painted it during the Edo period.
This work was a preface to a collection of poems which were written by Wang and his friends, a group of poets, who gathered together to write poem in a place called Lanting (Orchid Pavilion). Written in a semi-cursive Chinese script, Xing Shu, which means “fast hand-writing”, the Preface comprises of words.
The Orchid Pavilion Gathering depicts a literary convocation in celebration of the annual Spring Purification Festival.
This festival, one of the oldest Chinese customs, took place each year on the third day of the third moon. The legendary gathering at the Orchid Pavilion in China took place in CE, when Wang Xizhi invited forty-one scholars to participate in an annual Spring Purification Festival.
At this event, Wang Xizhi improvised a short text that has come to be known as the Preface to the Orchid Pavilion Gathering. In Japan, while the practiceAuthor: Kazuko Kameda-Madar.A cheerful gathering of poets was one the most popular themes of East Asian literati paintings.
Literary Gathering in the Orchid Pavilion depicts a poets’ party hosted in AD by the famous Chinese Literary Gathering in the Orchid Pavilion | six panel Japanese folding screen.
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