*
Homepage

 

06/22 (Sat)

Closed Today

*
United in Art— Artist Groups and Their Network of Activities during the Japanese Colonial Period

A digital collection of archival documents has been in development over the recent years under the auspices of the Archives of Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica. It includes the profiles of such artists from the preceding generations as Chen Cheng-Po, Yen Hsuei-Long, Chen Chih-Chi, Pu Tian-Sheng, Liu Chi-Hsiang, Kuo Hsueh-Hu in addition to papers of the nature of cultural patronage from Yang Zhao-Jia as well as private collections of works of calligraphy and painting and other historical materials. This article focuses on the activities of important artist groups that Taiwanese painters helped to create during the first half of the 20th century. Through selected private manuscripts, letters and documents, images, newspapers and magazines housed in the Archives, the exploration of interactions between various parties in the history of modern art - including individual artists, the painting groups and their patrons - reveals how the arts and society developing in parallel and prospering in unison!

*
VII. Bibliography

(by order of publication date)
1. Hsing-Yueh, Lin. “Taiwanese Artist Groups and Developments,” in Annual of Arts in Taiwan, Taipei: Hsiung Shih, 1989, pp. 513-520
2. Chuan-Ying, Yen. “Art and Literature Movements in the 1930s.” Collected Papers of International Conference for Taiwanese History during Japanese Colonial Rule, Department of History, National Taiwan University, 1993, pp. 535-547
3. Chuan-Ying, Yen. “The Division and End of Later Art during Japanese Colonial Rule.” What Is Taiwan? Collected Papers of Modern Taiwanese Art and Cultural Identification, Taipei: Council for Cultural Affairs, 1997, pp. 17-28.
4. Po-Ting, Lin. “The Activities of Artist Groups during Japanese Colonial Rule.” What Is Taiwan? Collected Papers of Modern Taiwanese Art and Cultural Identification, Taipei: Council for Cultural Affairs, 1997, pp. 231-242.
5. Chi-Hui, Huang. “War and Art: Art Activities and Painting Styles during 1937 - 1945 in Taiwan” What Is Taiwan? Collected Papers of Modern Taiwanese Art and Cultural Identification, Taipei: Council for Cultural Affairs, 1997, pp. 265-289.
6. Chuan-Ying, Yen. A Chronology of Important Art Events in Taiwan, Taipei: Hsiung Shih, 1998.
7. Lifa, Shaih. Taiwanese Art Movement under Japanese Ruling. Taipei: Artist Magazine, 1998.
8. Jin-Yuan, Liao. “The Sendan Group - Painter Gobara Koto.” Artist Magazine, 299 (2000.04) pp. 388-400.
9. Chuan-ing, Yen, translator. The Mood of Landscape: Modern Taiwanese Art Literature Study Guide. Taipei: Hsiung Shih, 2001.
10. Qingshui liu ran ju: Yang Zhaojia liu zhen ji, edited by Chang Yen-Hsien and Chen Tsun-Shing, Taipei: Wu San-lien Foundation for Taiwan Historical Materials, 2003.
11. Zhao-Jia, Yang. The Memoirs of Yang Zhao-Jia. Taipei: Sanmin, 2004.
12. Chen-Ching, Lin. Explore and Discover: Taiwanese Art History in Microcosm. Taipei: Bo Young Cultural Co., 2014.
13. Recreating Chiayi the Capital of Painting ‧ 2015 - New Look Exhibition of the Chun Meng Painting Society and Ink-and-color Paintings, edited by Fang Chien-Ju, Chiayi: Cultural Affairs Bureau, Chiayi City, 2015.
14. Min-Shyan, Lim. “Aggregation & Blooming: Artists Groups and the Development of Fine Arts in Taiwan,” in Aggregation & Blooming: Artists Groups and the Development of Fine Arts in Taiwan, edited by Tsai Chao-yi, Taichung: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2017, pp. 10-43.
15. Song-Nian, Kuo. Home Gazing: My Father Kuo Hsueh-Hu’s Life in Art. Taipei: Marco Polo Press, 2018.
16. Historical Compilation of Artist Groups in Taiwan 1: Artist Groups in Japanese Colonial Period (1895 - 1945), edited by Artist Magazine, Taipei: Artist Magazine, 2019.
17. Lin, Mun-Lee, et al. The Everlasting Bloom: Rediscovering Taiwanese Modern Art. Taipei: National Taipei University of Education, 2020.


11F., South Wing, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences, 128, Sec. 2, Academia Rd., Nangang Dist., Taipei City 11529,
Taiwan Tel: +886-2-2652-5181 Fax: +886-2-2652-5184 【Contact us
Copyright © 2010 Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica. All Rights Reserved