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2014-09-07
文保中心修復臺灣繪畫巨匠-陳澄波油畫作品 9/12赴日本展出
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油畫 岡 修復前
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油畫 岡 修復
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  2014年9月12日起至10月2日止,師大藝術學院文物保存維護研究發展中心(以下簡稱文保中心)將於東京藝術大學(上野校區)正木紀念館舉行兩校共同修復展。本展覽為臺灣知名畫家陳澄波之油畫作品共同修復研究發表,是由師大文保中心與日本東京藝術大學油畫修復研究室組成團隊,接受陳澄波家族所委託之36件進行共同修復作業。往昔汙損受傷的作品,在經過完善修復後得以散發其原有的魅力,因此特別藉由展覽進行成果發表。

  陳澄波(1895-1947)誕生於臺灣嘉義,於臺灣總督府國語學校畢業後赴日留學,隨後進入東京美術學校(現今東京藝術大學)。在他留學前,曾經接受日本水彩畫家石川欽一郎指導,留學期間亦向多位知名畫家如岡田三郎助、田邊至學習。1926年,他更史無前例地以臺灣籍畫家身分首次入選日本帝展,此後亦前往上海,活躍地進行創作活動的同時,更躍升成臺灣文化領導人物般的存在。
  陳澄波的作品,以其自身強韌的意志為基礎,搭配蜿蜒曲折般強而有力的用筆、充滿速度感的筆觸,再加上使用原色組合而成的高對比清澈色調,綻放出難以言喻的魅力。
  此修復計畫藉由兩校合作而充分地喚醒了畫作的魅力,歡迎有機會赴日的各位一同蒞臨觀賞。

  National Taiwan Normal University, College of Arts, Research Center for Conservation of Cultural Relics [Collaborative research project between the National Taiwan Normal University, College of Arts, Research Center for Conservation of Cultural Relics and the Tokyo University of Arts, Graduate Department of Conservation, Conservation Course Oil Painting Laboratory: Exhibition on the Conservation of Works by Taiwanese Master Oil Painter, Chen Cheng-Po]

  From September 12 to October 2, 2014 the present university’s Research Center for Conservation of Cultural Relics (RCCCR) will hold an art conservation exhibition at the Tokyo University of the Arts’ (Ueno campus) Masaki Memorial Gallery. This exhibition will present the research and accomplishments of the conservation treatment of thirty-six works by the famous Taiwanese artist, Chen Cheng-Po, a collaborative effort between the RCCCR and the Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate Department of Conservation, Conservation Course Oil Painting Laboratory.
  Chen Cheng-Po was born in Chiayi, Taiwan, and upon graduation from the Taiwan Governor-General’s National Language School went abroad to Japan to study at the Tokyo Fine Arts School (present-day Tokyo University of the Arts). Prior to his Japanese studies Chen was mentored by watercolorist Ishikawa Kinichiro, and while enrolled at Tokyo Fine Arts School he studied under Okada Saburosuke and Tanabe Itaru. In 1926 Chen was the first-ever Taiwanese artist to be selected to exhibit in the 7th Imperial Fine Arts Academy exhibition (Teiten). After graduating he then travelled to Shanghai, becoming a more active artist and developing his own style. After returning to Taiwan, Chen turned his artistic passion and rooted his style in depicting the local environment, wherein rising to become a leader of Taiwanese culture.
  As for Chen Cheng-Po's artwork, a strong will, robust and intentional yet swift brushstroke, and the juxtaposition of pure, muted colors into vibrant, high contrast works bear witness to the appeal of his incomparable style.
  This joint university conservation project has revived these paintings to their original beauty and charm, and we look forward to having all enjoy and participate.

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