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Study on the Application of Poetry and Painting Language in Local Landscape Construction-- Taking Fangta Garden as an Example

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DOI: 10.23977/ADCS2020010


Jialing Xu

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Jialing Xu


Chinese classical gardens are closely related to Chinese ancient poetry and landscape paintings. Chinese gardens are not only three-dimensional landscape paintings, but also paintings on paper. This article selects the three most important artistic techniques of blank space, contrast and rhythm to analyze the performance of the tower’s location in Fangta Garden, which shows minimalism, concealment and emergence of rhythm in the layout of the whole garden. It attempts to analyze how these poetic and painting languages can realize time-space transformation, situational guidance and artistic conception construction in a garden design, hoping to absorb the nutrients of traditional cultures and realize the return of local landscapes from traditional to modern and then from modern to traditional.


Linguistic form, Layout, Aesthetic, Implication

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