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Epigraphy in Qing Dynasty's influence on Jin Zhengxi

Author: JinWenJi
Tutor: HanTianYong
School: China Academy of Art
Course: Calligraphy
Keywords: Kim Jeong-hee Qiushiti Stele-study
CLC: J292.1
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2013
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Abstract


Kim Jeong-hee (1786-1856) was born in the late Chosun dynasty when thought of practical science and foreign culture hit Korea and made great changes to this country. He was one of the most celebrated epigraphists, calligraphists, and scholars of the classics and ancient documents in Korea, and especially well-known as the calligraphist. Meanwhile, he created his own original realm of art through his talent in epigraphy, historiography, philosophy, etc. as well as material in graphonomy and aesthetics.Kim Jeong-hee was born in a noble family. He showed interest in learning and calligraphy from his childhood. He was influenced by some great people at home and abroad of his period that made him succeed greatly later.In Qing period, epigraphy and graphonomy developed with the rise documental rchaeology. And it also made a great change to calligraphy.Kim Jeong-hee met his teacher Pak Je-ga(1750-1805) when he was15years old. He learned from him the advanced thought from China, which developed his discerning eye. When he was24years old, he met Weng Fang-gang(1733-1818) and Ruan Yuan(1764-1849) in Yanjing of Qing, and learned from them the concrete methodology of epigraphy, the theory of calligraphy, calligraphy identification, etc.Furthermore, he interchanged opinions with many Chinese scholars and calligraphers. Meanwhile, he could see various data. That made him recognize the importance of stele-studies. Therefore, he set the base of his calligraphy on Han period lishu style at the Han dynasty. He committed his whole life in establishing his own inimitable realm of art.First, this thesis researches the history of calligraphy with a focus on stele-studies that arose alongside ephigraphy from the Qing period. Then, this thesis wiil look at how Kim Jeong-hee developed his own unique calligraphic style acceting the stele-studies, and also, how he contributed to the history of Korean calligraphy.

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