A few words about Chinese classic paintings and calligraphy ...
me crazy if you like because topic about Chinese brush painting is huge
and definitely not easy. But hey, no pain no gain. I
discovered more than I expected. The joy of viewing
great painting is beyond expression. Certainly art appreciation
is a matter of personal preference and I can't talk for all. But
sharing the positive impression is another wonderful thing. I hope that
I can make my appreciation of classic Chinese painting
contagious to all who have eyes for them.
western painters, being great Chinese painter is required to be multi
talented; not only has superb in painting, but also
need to be equally skillful
For those who are curious about material used for Chinese paining. I've put together a few images included on this page. One more thing worth mentioning is the seal or seal used on classic Chinese paintings. Yes, they are significant. The seals refer to the reassurance of painting authenticity, pretty much like the signatures found on western paintings. Believe or not, the seal usage were also adapted by some european artist like Austrian painter, Egon Schielle and Oskar Kokoschka.
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