In 1965, an exhibition of individual calligraphy, painting and seal cutting works was held in Zhongshan Hall, Taipei. The success of the solo exhibition not only won praise from all walks of life, but also was recommended to serve in the National Palace Museum. The national the Imperial Palace museum is rich in Chinese art collections, so that it can draw the essence of famous masters of all ages. With the needs of his position, Mr. Chen's in-depth study of ancient calligraphy and painting, profound traditional literati literacy, and his own experience in painting and calligraphy creation, in addition to being able to put forward brilliant papers, also set a complementary precedent for academic research and exhibition. In his 27 years at the National Palace Museum, he has successively served as the director and vice president of the painting and calligraphy department. It can be seen that Mr. Zhang is not only an academic major, but also a rare Museum administrator. Although administrative affairs are complicated, Mr. Jiang always grasps his spare time and works hard.
After retiring in September 1991, he moved to Liyutan in Puli, Nantou. The landscape of the countryside, let Mr. China's landscape painting, and the elegant aesthetics of scholars, to promote a new look. During this period, Mr. Jiang had a strong creative power and excellent quality, and he was often invited to participate in exhibitions and lectures. Unfortunately, on May 12, 1996, he died of myocardial infarction at the symposium in Shenyang, Northeast China.
In the traditional field of literati art, Mr. Jiang's poetry, calligraphy and painting are all exquisite. Contemporary art critics praise him as "the new model of Chinese traditional literati" and "the genius in the history of Chinese modern art", which fully shows Mr. Jiang's outstanding contribution in inheriting the tradition and creating modern Chinese landscape painting. The tradition of literati painting emphasizes that the creators need to have a lot of culture related to painting and calligraphy, so it is said that "the belly has the spirit of poetry and calligraphy from the Chinese". Therefore, it is only the work of craftsman to think that the painting and calligraphy which have no connotation but skill. When appreciating the paintings and calligraphy in the exhibition, we can see that Mr. Jiang's works are basically developed on the basis of tradition. In calligraphy, he is good at line, regular script, Zhuan, Li and other calligraphic styles. The writing arrangement of the font is graceful, and the whole article is full of vitality, which is unique. In the aspect of painting, the creation of landscape painting is mainly based on traditional techniques to show the mountains and rivers seen by generations. For example, it depicts the scenery of tailuge, Tianxiang and the east coast; it describes the scenery of Taiwan's mountains; in addition, it is the landscape works of China's mainland. On the screen, through his personal tailoring arrangement of scenery, color and ink rhyme treatment, it always leads people into a different situation, and makes people feel a fresh and clean atmosphere, which should come from the spirit of Mr. Jiang's rich traditional literati accomplishment!
In this exhibition, Mr. Jiang zhaoshen's painting and calligraphy works, as well as the stationery used by Mr. Jiang before his death, such as pen holder, brush, seal, etc., are exhibited. These daily necessities also show Mr. Jiang's own feelings of literati. The audience can not only enjoy the wonderful paintings and calligraphy, but also see the elegance of a 20th century literati painter.