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    Title: <<雄獅美術>>(1971-1996)對推展西語國家藝術的貢獻
    Other Titles: Lionart Magazine, 1971-1996 : contributions on promoting Hispanic art
    Authors: 連寅君;Lien, Yin-Chun
    Contributors: 淡江大學西班牙語文學系碩士班
    林惠瑛;Lin, Hui-Ing
    Keywords: 雄獅美術;Lionart Magazine;文藝雜誌學;西班牙藝術;拉丁美洲藝術;Science of Literature and Art Magazine;Spanish art;Latin American art
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:30:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   本篇論文運用李瑞騰博士的「文藝雜誌學」研究堪稱當時最具權威性及專業性的《雄獅美術》月刊在推展西語國家藝術上的貢獻,除了提供國內西語國家藝術愛好者參考,也盼引起對西語國家藝術較為陌生者之學習動機。
    This thesis investigates the contributions made by Lionart Magazine in promoting Hispanic art for 25 consecutive years, from 1971 to 1996. Lionart Magazine, one of the most authoritative and professional art magazines in Taiwan during its time, was published with the objective of advocating art education, with 307 issues in total. Each of the editors of Lionart Magazine influenced the style of the magazine: translated sketches and articles about art theory in the 70s, special topics and articles sent from abroad in the 80s, and comments and much more international art news in the 90s. Lionart Magazine addressed a variety of art topics, not only about domestic art events but also international art issues, undoubtedly broadening the horizons of Taiwanese readers with regards to art. Among the 33,000 articles and information, 152 articles and 136 pieces of information are related to Hispanic art, in which there are 9 prominent subjects: El Greco with Toledo and his “stretched figures,” Goya’s Los Carpichos, Los Desastres de la Guerra and the “black paintings,” Picasso’s cubism and engravings, Miro’s diversity on using materials and his Catalan spirit, art of the Maya civilization, Incan influences on modern art, the combination of the cultural ideology and international style of Latin America, strong national consciousness in Mexican wall paintings, and feminism in Frida Khalo’s paintings. Lionart Magazine also addressed 4 special subjects: Bih-In Dai’s paintings on handmade paper, Fu-Chuan Chien’s burned paintings, introduction to ARCO Madrid and information of Museums. In addition to these 13 topics, this thesis also evaluates the contributions of Lionart Magazine based on Dr. Jui-teng Li’s 3 concepts of “Literature and Art Magazine Science”: building theories, making comments and recording history and also based on the 3 features of magazines: functions of education, values of academic studies and supplies of on-time information. I wish to share this investigation to those who have been attracted to Hispanic art and to inspire those who know little about Hispanic art to learn about it as well.
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