Sunday, August 26, 2007

Chinese Painting

Chinese Painting

Distinguished by its formally disciplined brush control stemmed from Chinese calligraphy, dominant presence of landscape and flower subject matter, and rather illustrative delineation, Chinese painting is essentially an extension of their philosophy, which evolved in different way from that of the West.

The Appreciation of Chinese Painting
Sui and beyond (2000 BC - 618)
Tang (618 - 907)
Five Dynasties (907 - 960)
Song (960 - 1279)
Yuan (1271 - 1368)
Ming (1368 - 1644)
Qing (1644-1911)

Technically there are two branches in Chinese painting, meticulous and freehand painting. Each of them is further divided into three sub-branches by its subject, landscape, flower and figure painting.

Meticulous painting

Freehand painting

  • Chinese brush
  • Rice paper
  • Ink
  • Paints

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