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Records of Guanxi Region
The development of Guanxi area began in 1791, when Wei Agui of Zhuqian Village arrived the east side of Xinpu. This collection comprises land records, personal contracts, licenses, and allotment agreements among devisees of the Zhang family of Hudu Village, as well as relevant documents about Wei Agui’s offspring. It is a source for understanding the development of Guanxi area, especially the developing trace of the Zhang family, the uniqueness of Hakka written language, and the early interactions between the plain aborigines and the Han settlers. Besides, these documents are precious for studying women’s life from the late Qing to the early Japanese colonial period.
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“Chen Zhi-qi Paintings and Papers” is released on TAIS
2017-03-16
Chen Zhi-qi (1906-1931) was born at Xizhi, Taipei. While he studied in Taihoku Normal School, he joined in the painting club which was directed by Ishikawa Kinichirō. As for Chen, this leisure activity opened the door toward his painting career. In 1925, he went to Japan’s Tokyo Art School (Tokyo Bijutsu Gakka) to study Western Painting. During his school time, he achieved high achievements, including selected to art exhibitions of Kohukai (光風會) and Kaizyusya (槐樹社), and selected to the Exhibition of the Imperial Fine Arts Academy for twice. He also took part in every Taiwan Fine Arts Exhibition from 1927 and earned the special grade prize. Because his brilliant painting skill, he even earned the honor of “Non-evaluation (which means his paintings are all master level and need no evaluation to judge the quality)” from the committee of Taiwan Fine Arts Exhibition. People praised he is a genius in painting.

Chen Zhi-qi was a passionate person and always held ideal in painting. Although his painting career was only seven years, he threw all his energies into painting. He planned and founded Qixing Painting Forum (七星畫壇) and Chidao Club (赤島社) with his friends, such as Chen Cheng-po, in order to promote art education in Taiwan. His contribution is inerasable for the foundation and development of fine art in early Taiwan.

This record group contains private correspondence, paintings and kinds of collections of Chen Zhi-qi and his family. They are classified into seven series: documents and manuscripts, paintings, private correspondence, photographs, postcard collections, scrapbooks and books, and other collections. There are total 137 items, over 2,900 images, in the record group. All the contents are opened for access with completed metadata. We provide free access to the digital images of this record group in Reading Room of Archives, ITH. You can also get the copies here, except the private correspondence series which can only be copies by transcribing.

Please visit “Taiwan Archives Information System” to access “Chen Zhi-qi Paintings and Papers.”

Figure 1. Objects on the Table (1928), it is one of Chen Zhi-qi’s paintings which earned the “Non-evaluation” in the 2nd Taiwan Fine Art Exhibition.
Id: T1076_02_01_0014.

Figure 2. The Scenery of Taiwan was selected in the 9th Exhibition of Imperial Fine Arts Academy (1928). The painting was made as a postcard by the Exhibition, and Chen Zhi-qi bought one as his collection.
Id: T1076_05_0003.


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