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Translation - English Article VII Sources of Repayment
7.1 The financial sources for Party A to repay the principal debt and the interest under this Contract are as follows but not limited to:
7.1.1 The operating income of Party A;
7.1.2 Investment and financing by the shareholders of Party A;
7.1.3 Short-term liquidity loans from the bank by Party A;
7.2 In this loan agreement, the primary sources for Party A to repay the loan are: all the above-mentioned are the sources of repayment.
7.3 In the event there exists any other agreement includes Party A as one of the parties binding on the financial sources of repayment for Party A, that same agreement shall not affect the performance of Party A of repayment obligations under this Contract. Party A will not be entitled to refuse to perform the repayment obligations under this Contract by quoting Article 7.1 under any circumstance.
Article VIII Repayment Methods
8.1 The normal repayment methods of trust loan are primarily as follows:
8.1.1 Party A shall make repayment of the principal debt in a single lump-sum in the currency agreed in this Contract on the due date of the loan;
8.1.2 Party A shall pay the due interest in the currency agreed in this Contract on the 20th day of each month, if the due date falls on a statutory holiday, the payment shall be made in the next business day;
8.1.3 Party A shall remit the payment of all amounts due and payable (interest, principal debt)into the special account designated by Party B on the repayment due date, or pay in other methods approved by Party B;
8.1.4 With the confirmation and written consent of Party A, Party B is entitled to withdraw and collect the shortfall of the due payment from the accounts of Party A in any financial institution;
8.1.5 When the principal debt is settled, the interest shall be settled simultaneously with the principal debt;
8.2 In this loan agreement, the method for loan repayment and interest payment is:
The interest shall be paid on a monthly basis, and the full balance of principal debt and interest shall be repaid in a single lump-sum on the due date.
8.3 Party A shall repay the principal debt and interest in the total amount RMB 2,020,000 Yuan (in words: Two Million and Twenty Thousand Yuan) in accordance with the amount of loan, interest rate, period and interest calculation method agreed in this Contract.
Article VIIII Rights and Obligations of the Parties
9.1 Rights and Obligations of Party A:
9.1.1 Shall draw and use the loan in accordance with the agreed period and purpose in this Contract;
9.1.2 Shall not make an early repayment of the loan other than the provision agreed in Article 12.5 in this Contract;
9.1.3 Shall be responsible for the authenticity, accuracy and completeness of the documents provided in the process of reviewing the loan;
9.1.4 Shall proactively report the use of the loan under this Contract on a monthly basis, according to the request of Party B, provide relevant materials promptly and consciously accept the investigating, inquiring and supervising of the use of the loan by Party B or any entrusting party on behalf of Party B;
9.1.5 Shall proactively cooperate with Party B or a third party entrusted by Party B, under the premise of not interfering the regular production and operation of Party A, to investigate, inquire and supervise its relevant production and operation activities and financial conditions, and shall be obliged to provide spreadsheet data such as income statement and balance sheet of each period;
9.1.6 Shall repay all amounts of the principal debt and interest of the loan under this Contract as agreed in this Contract;
9.1.7 Shall bear the expenses in connection with this Contract, including but not limited to, the costs spent on notarization, identification, evaluation, lawyers, registration, etc., according to the national laws, regulations or adjudications made by judicial organs;
9.1.8 shall deliver the receipt within 3 days upon receiving the payment request letters or documents mailed or delivered by other means by Party B;
9.1.9 Shall notify Party B in writing at least 15 days in advance of any contract lease, shareholding reform, joint operation, mergers, acquisitions, joint venture, division, capital reduction, changes in stock rights, major asset transfer and other activities that may have a significant impact on the realization of the rights of Party B; any debt disposal programs shall be conducted with written consent of Party B, or the above-mentioned activities are not allowed before all the debt has been paid off, and Party A shall not refuse without valid reasons;
9.1.10 Shall notify Party B in writing within 7 days after making any changes in industrial and commercial registration items such as address, mailing address, scope of business and legal representative that may have a significant impact on the realization of rights of Party B;
9.1.11 Shall notify Party B in writing promptly if any other incident happens and endangers its regular operation or produces major negative impact on its performing the obligations of repayment under this Contract, including but not limited to, involving in major economic disputes, insolvency, deterioration of financial conditions, etc.;
9.1.12 Shall notify Party B in writing within 5 days after the happening of such events as discontinuance of business, dissolution, operation suspended for rectification and revocation or cancellation of business license, and shall guarantee an immediate repayment of the principal debt and interest of the loan;
9.2 Rights and obligations of Party B:
9.2.1 Shall require Party A to provide all the documents related to the loan;
9.2.2 Shall be entitled to withdraw and collect the principal debt, interest, compound interest, interest penalty and all the other outstanding fees agreed in the Contract payable by Party A from the accounts of Party A in any financial institutions according to the provisions of this Contract or the regulations of law with written confirmation and consent of Party A;
9.2.3 Shall be entitled to adopt necessary legal, financial and administrative measures to protect its legitimate rights against such activities of Party A as evading the oversight of Party B, defaulting in payment of the principal debt and interest or other severe breaches of contract;
9.2.4 Shall grant loan to Party A as agreed in this Contract (except for the delay due to Party A).
9.2.5 Shall keep confidential the documents and information provided by Party A such as the debts, financial status, production and operation of Party A, unless otherwise agreed in this Contract or stipulated by laws and regulations.
English to Chinese: Of Heaven and Earth General field: Art/Literary Detailed field: Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting
Source text - English In the seventeenth century, the Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation dramatically altered the course of Italian art history. With the new challenge to the Catholic Church, artists were compelled to discard the more elite and luxurious excesses of Mannerism and find new ,more accessible ways of engaging viewers with religious art. The section Divergent Paths of Baroque Art(1600s)will present the two contrasting, predominant styles of this period ,as represented in the theatrical Baroque style of the Roman Antiveduto Gramatica’s Virgin and Child with St. Anne(ca.1614-17)and the carefully composed classicism of the Roman Sassoferrato’s Virgin and Child with St. Anne and the Infant St. John the Baptist(ca.1640s).Gramatica features the Virgin and Child in a dramatically lit setting, interacting in a dynamic manner with an unide-alized, elderly St. Anne. In contrast, the calm, balanced ,and tightly grouped pyramid of statuesque figures in Sassoferrato’s work conjure the stable and ordered worlds of Renaissance devotional painting.
A similar stylistic contrast is evident in Baroque landscapes of this period, a genre that began to gain prominence in Italian Baroqeu art, often overshadowing the narratives of the paintings. The exhibition will feature masterpieces by two pioneers of their respective landscape style, the Bolognese Domenichino and the Neapolitan Salvator Rosa. Domenichino was a forbearer of the Picturesque, and his early work Landscape with St. Jereme(ca.1610)exemplifies the meticulously constructed and serene composition of the ideal classical landscape. Rosa, on the other hand, was a passionate individualist who would influence the work of J.M.W. Turner a century later, Rosa’s Proto-Romanticism is evident in his dynamic and sublime landscape paintings of ca.1655,St.John the Baptist Revealing Christ and St. John the Baptist Baptizing Christ, which rank not only as two of the painter's best works but also as two of the most extraordinary seventeenth-century landscapes in any British collection.
Over the course of the eighteenth century, paintings began to display an increased diversity in subject matter, with secular allegorical, classical, and lyrical mythological themes joining more conventional religious paintings. Perhaps most significantly, as explored in the fifth section, The Rise of Idealism(1700s),landscapes emerge from the back-ground and blossom into full-blown compositions no longer reliant on a figural narrative. This development of landscape as a subject in itself was aided by an increase in travel during the period. While on the fashionable Grand Tour ,British visitors in particular flocked to Italy to behold ancient Roman ruins and Renaissance and Baroque master-pieces. There they sought out Italian landscape paintings as prestigious souvenirs, such as the Roman Andrea Locatelli’s Landscape with Fishermen(ca.1730)and the Venetian Francesco Guardi’s View of San Girogio Maggiore, Venice(ca.1760),both included in this exhibition.
The final section, Romanticism ,Revival, and Medernity(1800s),will present an eclectic array of Italian art during this era of national unification and modernization. The section will open with two works by Vincenzo Camuccini, the leading painter in early nineteenth-century Italy. Camuccini developed his style by studying the art of Italian Old Masters, including the works of Domenichino, Titian ,and other artists featured earlier in the exhibition. In his neoclassical paintings, Camuccini emulates the Renaissance classicists by utilizing themes and stylistic traditions drawn from ancient Rome. The two history paintings in the exhibition by Camuccini-The Death of Julius Caesar and Roman Women Offering Their Jewelry in Defense of the State (both ca.1825-29)—portray narratives from antiquity that evoke the upright purity and honor of the classical world while undoubtedly also reflecting the politically volatile climate of Italy in the late 1820s.
References to the Risorgimento are also found in the genre painting A Painter and His Model(1879)by the Sienese artist Pietro Aldi. In the background of this work can be seen a portion of a mural recently identified as Spinello Aretino’s Pope Alexander III Welcomed by the Citizens of Rome, painted in 1407-08 for the Palazzo Pubblico, Siena. The fresco depicts Pope Alexander III’s meeting with the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa after the latter's unsuccessful military advances into Italian lands. By quoting Aretino’s fresco, Aldi is in all likelihood alluding to both the struggles to separate church and state in the twelfth century and to such campaigns during his own lifetime.
Of Heaven and Earth is a unique traveling exhibition that will offer museum visitors the chance to experience a 500-years continuum of Italian painting within the context of major Italian regional schools and periods and important stylistic and thematic developments during one of the most pivotal times in the history of art .The catalogue and exhibition will highlight significant new research and discoveries relating to attribution, dates, provenance, infrared analysis ,and the reconstruction of fragmented altarpieces and will also give the Glasgow Musemu’s Italian collection the attention and recognition that it has long deserved.
Translation - Chinese 十七世纪，新教改革和反宗教改革极大地改变了意大利艺术史的进程。迫于对天主教会的新挑战，艺术家们放弃了矫揉造作奢华有余的矫饰主义风格，创作出更加简洁的宗教艺术。在《巴洛克艺术的不同道路（17世纪）》这个部分中会展现这一时期风格迥异的两个主要流派，分别是以罗马画家安特维度托•格拉马蒂卡所绘的《圣母子与圣安妮》（约1614–17）为代表的夸张的巴洛克风格，以及罗马画家萨索费拉托所绘的《圣母子与圣安妮和婴儿施洗约翰》（约1640年）为代表的精致的古典主义风格。格拉马蒂卡把圣母子置于醒目的火光下，他们与上了年纪的圣安妮互相交流，赋予画面动态的美感。萨索费拉托则以紧凑的金字塔式构图以及雕塑般和谐宁静的人物幻化出文艺复兴时期井然有序的宗教画世界。
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