On the Commonalities of Artistic Principles of Landscape Poetry and Painting in Liu Song Dynasty

Peng LI


It is generally believed that the fusion of poetry and painting was achieved in Tang and Song dynasties. However, in Liu Song dynasty, landscape poetry and landscape painting coincidently completed the process of being independent. Meanwhile, they both have jointly demonstrated an aesthetic fashion and artistic progress of the times in terms of the creation purpose of enlightenment and emotional experience, the artistic expression of admiring similarity in shape, and the way of framing like “distant reflection” and other similar ways. This shows that Chinese landscape poetry and landscape painting, from the establishment to the development and improvement, has always been in a mutually connected, inspired and influenced relationship.


Poetry and painting; Creation purpose; Artistic expression; Way of framing

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