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Hexi Seal Painting of Ming and Qing Dynasties -- Image Segmentation Based on CiteSpace Scientific Knowledge Analyze

Hexi seal painting is a form of color painting of ancient Chinese architecture and a symbol of the supreme status and power of the royal family. Hexi seal paintings are mainly painted in the main buildings and temples by court painters in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. They are gorgeous in color and rigorous in structure. This paper makes a visual analysis of the related articles of Hexi seal painting, analyzes the knowledge map of Hexi seal painting in CNKI database from 1979 to 2021, and roughly outlines the development context and frontier of Hexi seal painting research from 1979 to 2021; and based on the cluster analysis of the key words, it is concluded that the study of Chinese Hexi seal painting can be divided into five directions: the Study of Cultural Relic Protection, the study of patterns, the Study of Color, the study of techniques, and the modern application, it is concluded that the Dragon Grass Color Painting is the Research Frontier in Hexi seal painting. There are three main fields in the study of Hexi seal painting in China, they are archaeology, architecture and art. The best way to study Hexi seal painting is inter-discipline and joint research, which promote the protection and development of Hexi seal painting art.

Hexi Seal Painting, Knowledge Map, Data Visualization, Cultural Relics Protection, Dragon Grass Hexi

APA Style

Qiao Qian, Li Rui, Pei Wen. (2022). Hexi Seal Painting of Ming and Qing Dynasties -- Image Segmentation Based on CiteSpace Scientific Knowledge Analyze. International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications, 8(2), 64-71. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220802.13

ACS Style

Qiao Qian; Li Rui; Pei Wen. Hexi Seal Painting of Ming and Qing Dynasties -- Image Segmentation Based on CiteSpace Scientific Knowledge Analyze. Int. J. Archit. Arts Appl. 2022, 8(2), 64-71. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220802.13

AMA Style

Qiao Qian, Li Rui, Pei Wen. Hexi Seal Painting of Ming and Qing Dynasties -- Image Segmentation Based on CiteSpace Scientific Knowledge Analyze. Int J Archit Arts Appl. 2022;8(2):64-71. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220802.13

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