Zhu Da (Bada Shanren) (1626 - 1705) [sv]

Zhu Da (Bada Shanren) (swedish)

Personer med anknytning till Världskulturmuseerna (Statens museer för världskultur) [sv]

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Bada Shanren (Chinese: 八大山人; Wade–Giles: Pata Shanjen; literally "Mountain Man of the Eight Greats", Gan: Pat-thai San-nin, ca. 1626—1705) , born as Zhu Da (朱耷), was a Chinese painter of shuimohua and a calligrapher.
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Name
Zhu Da (Bada Shanren)
Swedish

First name
Da
Swedish

Last name
Zhu, Shanren
Swedish

Alternative name
Bada Shanren, Zhu Da, Chu Ta, Zhu Dan
Swedish

Title
konstnär

-Title
konstnär
Swedish
Description
Bada Shanren (Chinese: 八大山人; Wade–Giles: Pata Shanjen; literally "Mountain Man of the Eight Greats", Gan: Pat-thai San-nin, ca. 1626—1705) , born as Zhu Da (朱耷), was a Chinese painter of shuimohua and a calligrapher.
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Birth
1626

-Time
1626
Death
1705

-Time
1705
Life role
-Life role
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Swedish

Estonian

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Biography

Bada Shanren (Chinese: 八大山人; Wade–Giles: Pata Shanjen; literally "Mountain Man of the Eight Greats", Gan: Pat-thai San-nin, ca. 1626—1705) , born as Zhu Da (朱耷), was a Chinese painter of shuimohua and a calligrapher. He was of noble lineage, being a descendant of the Ming dynasty prince Zhu Quan. Bada Shanren, a purported child prodigy, began painting and writing poetry in his early childhood. About the year 1644, [citation needed] when the Ming emperor committed suicide and the Manchu army from the north attacked Beijing, the young Han man sought refuge in a Buddhist monastery. Because he was a Ming prince, the dynastic upheaval created a great amount of uncertainty for his position in society. As years passed and the Qing dynasty became more firmly established, there was less and less insecurity among the Qing regime about remaining Ming loyalties and possible future rebellions. Due to these more stable circumstances, after 40 years, Bada Shanren deemed it acceptable to leave the monastery and to re-enter day-to-day life among society. In the aftermath of a nervous breakdown that could have been staged to avoid retribution for his family background, Zhu Da abandoned his monastic life and developed a career as a professional painter, adopting a series of descriptive pseudonyms, most notably Bada Shanren by which he is most often known today. Art historians have named him as a leading painter of the early Qing period. His paintings feature sharp brush strokes which are attributed to the sideways manner by which he held his brush. In the 1930s, Chinese painter Zhang Daqian produced several forgeries of Bada Shanren's works. But they are easily spotted by the trained eye, because the modern copies were softer and rounder. Yale University scholar, Wang Fangyu, was a major collector of Bada Shanren paintings from the 1960s until his death in 1997. (wikipedia, 2011-01-29)

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Residence
, , Kina [sv]

-Place reference
, , Kina [sv]
--Place (text)
Kina
Swedish
Carlotta-SMVK
3212710

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3212710
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Carlotta-SMVK
DigitaltMuseum
021037462384
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021037462384
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DigitaltMuseum