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藝術

藝道同行II(二)─ 丁衍庸藝術展

日期: 2018年7月20日 - 8月31日
時間: 上午10:00 - 下午5:00(星期一至五)
(公眾及大學假期休息)
地點: 香港大學饒宗頤學術館(香港薄扶林 香港大學鄧志昂樓)
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簡介

 

       香港大學饒宗頤學術館將舉辦「藝道同行II」展覽系列,展出與饒宗頤教授於上世紀六十至八十年代在省港有極深交往,並在藝術創作上互相切磋砥礪的四位藝術家之作品。四位藝術家包括劉秉衡先生(1915-2003)、丁衍庸先生(1902-1978)、趙少昂先生(1905-1998)及吳子玉先生(1930-2017)。

       該系列的第二個展覽將展出丁衍庸先生之藝術作品,包括書法、繪畫、版畫等,其中有一件為饒教授與他的合作作品。

       錢穆教授在上世紀四十年代末開始籌辦新亞書院的時候,饒教授與丁先生都是最早的參與者之一,而在新亞書院開始之後,丁先生就一直就在書院任教,直至他過世為止。

       饒教授與丁先生自此都一直保持聯絡,尤其在上世紀七十年代,饒教授在中文大學中文系講座教授時,兩人見面更多,時常在一起談文論藝。饒教授對丁先生把西洋野獸畫派的顏色加入八大山人的筆法,形成了一種獨特的畫體,更是稱頌不已。他們兩人對八大山人都有深刻的研究,所以有著相同的話題。在一九七四年,丁公與饒教授、及蕭立聲先生,一起接受日本南畫院的邀請,前往日本參與南畫院的展覽。

       丁先生在七十年代更為饒教授刻過幾方印,成了饒教授一直沿用的圖章。

       今次展出的作品,大部分由雲泉簃借出;而與饒教授的合作作品,則由香港大學饒宗頤學術館借出。該批作品由丁公六十年代初至他過世前的山水、人物、及花鳥俱備,更有他寫的草書創作,為數雖不多,但這一勺之水,足以見丁先生書畫的面貌。

 

The Companionship of Art II (ii)

– Exhibition of Artworks by Ding Yanyong

 

Introduction

 

In this year, Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong will organize a series of exhibitions – “The Companionship of Art II”, displaying artworks by four artists who had a profound friendship with Professor Jao Tsung-i between the 60s and 80s of the 20th century, including Mr. Liu Bing-heng (1915-2003), Mr. Ding Yanyong (1902-1978), Mr. Zhao Shao-ang (1905-1998), and Mr. Wu Hao (1930-2017).

The second exhibition of the series will present Mr. Ding Yanyong’s art pieces, including calligraphy, paintings, and woodblock printings, etc., and one of the exhibits is a collaborative painting with Professor Jao Tsung-i.

Since the late-40s of the 20th century, Professor Qian Mu started to gather a group of scholars and prepare the foundation of New Asia College, Professor Jao and Mr. Ding were in this group. When the college was founded, Mr. Ding had been teaching there until he passed away.

Due to the association between Professor Jao and Mr. Ding, they had stayed in touch since then. During the 70s of the previous century, they had more chances to meet each other and discussed art when Professor Jao was the chair professor of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, especially on account of the common area of research interest in Bada Shanren, and Professor Jao especially admired Mr. Ding’s unique painting style which was the fusion of the color of Fauvism and the brushwork of Bada Shanren. In 1974, the Southern Painting Academy invited Mr. Ding, Professor Jao, and Mr. Siu Lap-sing to participate in their exhibition in Japan.

In the 70s, Mr. Ding engraved several seals for Professor Jao, and Professor Jao was fond of using them.

In this exhibition, most of the artworks are from the collection of Yun Quan Studio, and the collaborative painting with Professor Jao belongs to the Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong. Most of the works are dated from the 60s to the late 70s, containing his landscape, figure, bird-and-flower paintings, and cursive script calligraphy. Through these art pieces, art lovers are able to acquire a general idea of Mr. Ding’s unique style.