THE CASPIAN REGION:Politics, Economics, Culture

Scientific journal

Wine culture in chinese fine arts

2015. №2, pp. 410-415

Song Jie  - post-graduate student, Hainan State University branch in Danchzhou, Narodnyy av., Haydyandao Island, Meilan District, Haikou, Hainan Province, 570228, China, caomenged@list.ru

Lebedeva Irena V. - D.Sc. (Sociology), Professor, Caspian Institute of Sea & River Transport, 6/14 Nikolskaya st., Astrakhan, 414000, Russiaeration, irenalebedeva@mail.ru

In the works of Chinese painters and calligraphers the image of wine is one of invariable characteristics of two gradually developing directions of the Chinese art: positivism of official, academic school and intuitionalism of the independent artists who experienced the influence of Taoist ideas. For the latter the image of wine served as a way of decomposition, simplification, removal of culturally motivated barriers between people and space, unification of human spirit with the nature. Therefore it is logical that Confucian artists represented process of wine drinking whereas the followers of " fan lГј" and "wenren hua" styles glorified the state of intoxication where the person reaches individual freedom and harmony with space.

Key words: китайская культура вина, живопись, каллиграфия, стиль «фэн лю», стиль «вэнжэнь хуа», имперская идеология, конфуцианство, даосизм, спонтанно-интуитивное постижение окружающего мира, фигуративный и изобразительный ряд, идеалы отшельничества, опьянение, chinese culture of wine, painting, calligraphy, "fan l“wenren hua” style, imperial ideology, Confucianism, Taoism, spontaneous and intuitive comprehension of world around, figurative and graphic row, asceticism ideals, intoxication

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