Posts Tagged ‘2010’

Chinese Civilization 2010-03-17 Classic and Immortal: Innovation of Traditional Chinese Painting

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

chinese painting ink Dunhuang art consists of three major forms: painting, sculpture and architecture. Buddhist icons are the main theme represented in the Dunhuang caves. These icons include 5 basic categories: the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Arhans, Heavenly Kings, and Protective Warriors. They are often sculpted in large scale and placed in the western niches of the caves as holy icons for worship. They are also painted on the walls as part of the entire design of the murals. Lin Haizhong not only specializes in Chinese Ink Landscape Painting, but also in Traditional Chinese Ink and Wash Painting. There were many unforgetable Traditional Chinese Ink and Wash Painting about Buddhism figures in Lin Haizhong’s works. Lin Haizhong has created a series of Buddhism paintings to reveal his new ideas in the arts.

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Chinese Civilization 2010-04-12 Classic and Immortal: Colored Ink and Wash Landscapes

Friday, January 6th, 2012

chinese painting ink Ink and wash painting is a genre of traditional Chinese painting done on xuan paper. It gradually became the most important style of Chinese painting in the Yuan Dynasty during the 13th century. Wang Yiming was born in 1959 in Fushun, Liaoning Province. He studied the Chinese Painting Department of Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1990. And now he is a very creative Landscape painter. Wang Yiming excelled at landscapes, espacially Colored Ink and Wash Landscapes. He uses a large number of wet brushes and rich, light, colored ink on relatively impermeable paper. What he achieved is a masterpiece said to be “Chinese Culture behind Colored Ink and Wash Landscapes”.

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