Zhejiang normal university, Jinhua Zhejiang 321004, China
The Zen thought was influenced by the Shurangama Sutra and the Vimo Sutra, and formed an external pursuit of not being distracted by the dust and abandoning the illusory, but maintaining the self-consciousness as a true ideological pursuit. Shi Tao fully highlights the characteristics of self-sufficiency in the painting theory. He proposes that he should abandon the shortcomings of “self-abandonment” and “self-binding”, and the “involuntary poetry and painting” and the self-recognized savvy mind are exactly Zen. The influence of the enlightenment of “clean and not lost, not falling on both sides”. From this perspective, this article provides an ideology for Shi Tao's “unintentional” aesthetics.
Inaction; Shi Tao; Not lost; Zen
Yiyun fang. The Influence of Zen's Thought of “Clearing the Truth and Returning to the Truth” on Shi Tao's “Inaction” Aesthetic Thought. Frontiers in Art Research (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 5: 32-36. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2019.010506.
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