朱宣咸(1927年浙江——2002年重庆),中国画画家、木刻版画家、漫画家与美术活动家。20世纪40年代初起从事中国画与中国新兴木刻版画,半个多世纪来,创作了大量中国画、版画、漫画、插画、水粉画、水彩画、连环画等作品,并被中国美术馆及各地美术馆、博物馆等收藏;被《中国年鉴》,《中国百年版画》等大型文献收录;从1946年到2002年多次入选国内外一系列重要展览,发表作品数千次,艺术风格被《人民日报》等主要媒体专题评论;出版有《朱宣咸作品选》,《朱宣咸花鸟画选辑》,《朱宣咸木刻版画集》,《朱宣咸风景木刻版画选辑》,《朱宣咸漫画》,《艺术常青——美术家朱宣咸》等;由文化、新闻、出版等六单位联合主办了“朱宣咸从艺五十五年画展”;生平被载入《中国美术辞典》等国家级辞书

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Selected Art Works by Zhu Cheng(Traditional & Contemporary,Eastern & Western)

Selected Art Works
by Zhu Cheng(朱澄)

 

The two Cultural and ideological collisions

with and merge into each other in classic

Traditional & ContemporaryEastern & Western


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A Brief Introduction of ZHU Cheng

ZHU Cheng(朱澄), Male, Born in Chongqing City China, in November 1964. Native place of Zhejiang China.

Graduated from the middle school affiliated to Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 1984, graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute with a bachelor degree in 1989. The national secondary art artist.The eldest son of ZHU XuanxianArtist.Graduated from the middle school affiliated to Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 1984, graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute with a bachelor degree in 1989. The national secondary art artist.The eldest son of ZHU XuanxianArtist.

After graduation, he participate in the mining and a foreign trade work of be related to large family enterprisesForbes on the list. Now, The art committee of the Chongqing Academy of Painting (Chongqing Academy of Chinese Painting) , The director of Research Department in Chongqing Art Museum (Chongqing Academy of Chinese Painting, Chongqing Academy of Painting), the executive editor-in-Chief of the Chongqing Art magazine.

Zhu Chengs Individual Painting Exhibition has been held in the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. Then, as one of the representatives of China Contemporary Art and Idea ArtConceptualism, Zhu Chengs Individual Painting Exhibition has been held in Chongqing Modern Art Museum and the China Historical Textual Research ForumForum of Truth and Facts About The '85 New Waves Art in 1980s, Chinain Hubei Art Museum. Published a number of personal works and albums, published a number of papers and comments.

 


Selected Art Works
by Zhu Cheng(朱澄)

 

The two Cultural and ideological collisions

with and merge into each other in classic

Traditional & ContemporaryEastern & Western


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Fossilization In The Art Salon

(Hangscroll,  Chinese ink & color on silk,  

111cm×55cm,  Dated 1988,  By ZHU Cheng)

An impression of The Art Salon by HAN Huang (723-787).

The original depicted the scene in which several liteaati sat at the Relaxetion Stones to spend their lesier time by composing poems while engaginging in phrase-mongering.Repeated examination of the original does not give me a very clear idea whether the characters in it were human beings or stones and thus the inspiration of producing the present painting.

Dose it image the felling against the pedanlic attitude and the conservative idea? Does it express the philosophic theory in the traditional Chinese culture that human beings may mentally merge with nature? Or…?

Seals: At the age of 20, Zhu, Zhu Cheng's seal, Nothing to say, The gist is to be caught,  Yes? or No?, Huang Pin Shang Ren (People from Huang Yan, A geographical name of Zhejiang Province), Zhu Cheng's Somniloquy, A seeming acquaintance.

 

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An Upest Night In Han’s Mansion

——It’s time Han’s night banquet ended!

(Hangscroll,  Chinese ink & color on silk,  125cm×55cm,  

Dated 1988,  By ZHU Cheng)

A burlesque to substitute for the part Listening to the Pipa Performance of HAN Xizai’s Night Feast by GU Hongzhong(913-?).

HAN Xizai’s Night Feast depicted the extravagant life of HAN Xizai and other high ranking officials and nobilemen wallowing in sensual pleasures,In that part of the painting, SITTING on a round stool was a very meek girl giving a pipa performance. HAN Xizai and his guests spending their time in feasting were entranced with the wonderful music. But now I change the pipa into a tommy-gun…

Seals: Zhu Cheng's seal, A seeming acquaintance, Yes? or No?, To be understood spiritually.


 

Copy the HAN Xizai’s Night Feast

(Hangscroll,  Chinese ink & color on paper,  123cm×52cm,  

Dated 1988,  By ZHU Cheng)