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The Origin of Sculpture

Adding time :2016-8-14
Ancient Chinese sculpture art originated from stone and pottery production in primitive society. From the Warring States Period to the Taihan Dynasty, a large number of pottery and wooden figures and animal figures were used for burial. It shows the strong characteristics of the national sculpture art. Buddhism spread to China during the Han Dynasty. The works of Buddha statues from the Eastern Han Dynasty to the Sixteen Kingdoms are simple in shape. On the basis of absorbing foreign art and combining with traditional Chinese sculpture techniques, the Buddha statue production in the Northern Wei Dynasty embodies the rich, graceful, fresh and handsome features of Chinese culture. The Buddha statues of the Eastern and Western Wei Dynasties have friendly faces and deep religious connotations. The works of the Northern Qi and the Northern Zhou Dynasties are more skilled in techniques and have a proper proportion of characters. Modality began to become secular. The Buddhist art of the Southern Dynasty also formed a unique and influential style, its image of beautiful bones and clear statues, and the praise bands on clothing. With the cultural exchange between the North and the South, it gradually became a common feature of Buddhist statues in the Northern and Southern Dynasties. Tang Dynasty is the peak period of the development of Chinese sculpture art. In the Tang Dynasty, the statues of Buddha statues absorbed the essence of India's classical art while combining the profound artistic tradition and humanistic thoughts of the nation, forming a graceful and solemn artistic style. The colorful pottery figurines of the Tang Dynasty reflect the luxurious and rich social life of the Tang Dynasty in many aspects with vivid shapes and gorgeous colors. The Buddhist statues in the Song Dynasty are mainly painted sculptures and wood sculptures, reflecting the emotions and attitudes of the characters, especially exquisite and true. Buddhist sculptures in the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, accompanied by high maturity in technology, also brought Chen Xiangyin in modelling and lack of vitality. At the same time, Chinese craft sculptures have made remarkable achievements.

Pottery figurines of the Western Han Dynasty, a gesture of arched hands; a dance movement, are concise and simple lines to outline the ancient women's gentle and slender posture and respectful and solemn look. In the way of expression, the complicated details are omitted, and the theme of the work is revealed by the broad sleeves of the characters and the moving steps.

The stone statue of Sakyamuni Buddha in the Northern Qi Dynasty Sakyamuni Buddha is sitting on a double girdle lotus seat. The body of Buddha is steady and strong, and the treatment of clothes is light and smooth. The Buddha's face is quiet and kind, with a slight smile. The overall character shape contains powerful spiritual power. The complex backlight behind the Buddha, which is composed of Buddha, flame pattern, lotus grass pattern and so on, sets off a mysterious religious atmosphere.

Bodhisattva statues of the Tang Dynasty Bodhisattva statues of the Tang Dynasty have the characteristics of feminine beauty. Bodhisattva crouches and kneels half, with a high crown, necklace and silk hanging around her body. Her clothes show a noble and quiet atmosphere. The work is carved with white stone texture, successfully showing Bodhisattva's graceful and plump facial outline and smooth skin texture.

It is the abbreviation of Sanskrit Buddha, meaning the Awakened One. At first, Buddha refers to the founder of Buddhism, Sakyamuni. Later, with the development of Buddhist theory, there appeared many Buddhas with different names for people to believe in. In Buddhist sculptures, Buddha statues are generally simple in dress and have a tall Jin on their head. There is a round white silhouette between the eyebrows. There's a backlight behind you. These are based on the Buddhist legend that Sakyamuni Buddha has different characteristics from ordinary people.

Bodhisattva ranks second only to Buddha. It is a person who helps Buddha spread Buddhism and save all living beings. Bodhisattva was a male image in ancient Indian Buddhism. After it spread to China, with the deepening of Bodhisattva belief and its deep human feelings for the world, it gradually turned into a gentle and kind female image. In Buddhist sculptures, Bodhisattvas are often dressed in the costumes of the nobles of ancient India and China, which is extraordinarily gorgeous and elegant.

Originally a general in ancient Indian mythology, the Emperor of Heaven was later propagated by Buddhism as four important patron saints, each guarding the four directions of east, south, West and north, in order to protect Buddhism. The image of King of Heaven is usually wearing armour, dignified face, armed, foot-dumped night. Later, in Chinese temples, the four heavenly kings held swords, pipa, umbrella, snakes and other objects to symbolize wind, tune, rain and shun.

It is a person who practices Buddhist Dharma and eliminates worries, frees himself from samsara and can be supported by others. In Buddhist sculptures, the disciples of Shikyamuni are mostly Arhats. They have different names and faces, and show vivid and rich attitudes.
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