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神岡呂汝玉墓園

古蹟名稱 : 神岡呂汝玉墓園
古蹟等級 : 市定古蹟
英文標題 : Lu Ru-yu Cemeteryin Shenkang
古蹟種類 : 墓葬
公告日期 : 2010-12-20
轄區 : 豐原區
地址 : 臺中市豐原區社皮里三角路221巷內
相關網址 : http://www.tchac.taichung.gov.tw/monuments/Details.aspx?Parser=99,5,27,,,,188
古蹟簡介 :   呂汝玉(前清貢生)為筱雲山莊呂炳南長子,家中藏書兩萬餘卷,舉人吳子光譽稱其兄弟三人為「海東三鳳」,清領時期協辦彰化知縣總局暨團練事務,子姪均參與霧峰櫟社,經理中和季(葫蘆墩街聖王廟)、文英社,日治時任臺中廳參事,寄附岸裡公學校校地興學、社口警察分駐所…等公益事業,授紳章、勳六等瑞寶章,大正14年歿。 

墓園建造於日治時期大正15年(西元1926年),墓園主體曾參考太平冬瓜山吳鸞旂墓園型式,當時花費造價15,000日元。 





  墓體外觀為漢式造型,輔以西式綴飾,多曲手,明堂三階設有墓桌向墓身晉升,墓埕寬廣有紅磚花台暨石燈柱,石材多為青斗石、泉州白…等,雕刻精美細緻,曲手鐫刻書法為櫟社林獻堂、莊太岳、陳懷澄、傅錫祺等文人之弔唁詩文,繪畫則為收藏之古畫所摩刻。墓碑上方飾以巴洛克式花紋暨「呂」字姓氏紋,兩側有閩派上官周之繪畫作品之原作刻石,左側附葬有其三子呂佩芷(後改信仰基督教),墓園整體莊重堂皇。 
英文簡介 : The eldest son of Lu Bing-nan living in the Xiao Yun Villa, Lu Ru-yu collected over twenty thousand books and was accredited by Wu Ze-guang as one of the three talented poets from Hai-tong together with his other two brothers. Lu Ru-yu involved himself in Wufeng Oak Tree Poetry Society and served as secretary to the Changhua magistrate during the rule of Qing Dynasty and counselor to the Taichung Office of Taiwan Sōtokufu during the Japanese rule period. Lu dedicated all his life to poetry and education and set up some schools. He died in 1925. With a reference to the tomb of Wu Luan-qi, the cemetery of Lu Ru-yu was built in 1926 at a cost of 15,000 Japanese yen at the time.

The tomb was designed in Han-dynasty style but supplemented by Western inlaid. It was magnificently decorated with red brick flower bed and stone lampposts. The engraved Chinese calligraphy was condolence poems written by scholars of the Oak Tree Poetry Society, including Lin Hsien-tang, Zhuang Tai-yue, Chen Huai-cheng, and Fu Xi-qi. Engraved with last name ""Lu"", the tombstone was ornamented with baroque pattern. On both sides of the tomb were original stone paintings by Shangguan Zhou, a famous painter of Fujian school. On the left side was a tomb of Lu Pei Zhi, the third son of Lu Ru-yu. The whole cemetery looks solemn and stately.