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1)  Interpretation of implicit richness in expression
"气韵"释义
2)  spirit [英]['spɪrɪt]  [美]['spɪrɪt]
气韵
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This paper discusses the line drawing art in traditional Chinese painting from two aspects: lively spirit and personality training, so as to reunderstand the essence of traditional aesthetic perspective.
本文从中国画线描艺术美学观的核心命题———气韵生动和中国画线描艺术美学观的实质———人格修养来解析中国画线描艺术,让我们重新认识传统美学观之精髓,并借古开今,推陈出新。
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It advises that mountains - and - waters painting should express Tao and the lifelike spirit of nature.
“画见大象,不为斩刻之形”是郭熙对山水画创作提出的一个美学命题,它要求山水画“体道”,表现自然对象全幅生动的气韵,强调形神兼备,创造意境,技法上要求笔墨浑融,虚实结合,从而表现大自然的生命精神,创造山水画的美。
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In drawing theories of all previous dynasties,traditional Chinese painting concerning spirit has drawn a considerable discussion.
在历代绘画理论中,对中国画"气韵"的论述颇多。
3)  style [英][staɪl]  [美][staɪl]
气韵
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The disposition of heart and soul mentioned in Zhouyi constantly accommodates with Chinese Calligraphy which possesses a natural homomorphism,namely,going all lengths at full length with circumference and coherence in a unified entity which embodies the beauty of style in circulating veins of interlocks.
中国书法用笔的无垂不缩、无往不收 ,笔势的一笔环转、血脉相属 ,结字的上皆覆下、下以承上等 ,无不体现出气韵流转、血脉相连的圆通之美。
4)  character [英]['kærəktə(r)]  [美]['kærəktɚ]
气韵
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His classic elegance and detached character pushes Chinese painting in the late Ming Dynasty to "brush and ink" and ever after.
董其昌作为中国古代文人画的代表,在绘画实践上以推重笔墨形式之美而独树一帜,其“古雅娟秀、气韵超然”的艺术风格,影响了明末及以后的中国绘画朝笔墨形式发展。
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The creation and images in calligraphy is often expressed by the words and expressions, such as "momentum" or "character".
在书法创作与形象中常以"气势"、"气韵"等词进行表述,"气势"是书法家对自然抽象摹写与内心世界传达结合的一种书法表现的特殊形式。
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He laid emphasis on "a true-to-life depiction", which consists in answering the source of artistic creation correctly, laying stress on "character", rising to the lifelike level; setting off the objects described intentionally in his poems.
他强调"写真论",重要意义在于正确回答了艺术创作的源泉问题;注重"气韵",达到"传神"的艺术境界;在诗中着意运用"烘托"来表现抒写对象。
5)  Qiyun
气韵
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The Great Importance and Signficance of Qiyun in Chinese Treditional Picture;