Chinese painting
Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world.Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guóhuà (Traditional Characters: 國畫, Simplified Characte...
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Mogao Caves In China
A Tang Dynasty inscription records that the first cave in the Mogao Grottoes was made in 366 A.D. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) listed the Mogao Grottoe...
How to Paint Bamboo in Chinese Painting - YouTube
Jan 3, 2008 ... Teaching you how to paint chinese painting. ... Peony & Butterfly part 1 - Chinese Brush Painting by Virginia Lloyd-Daviesby Virginia ...
Tang Dynasty painting
During the Tang dynasty, as a golden age in Chinese civilization, Chinese painting developed dramatically, both in subject matter and technique. The advancements in technique and style that characteri...
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Ming Dynasty painting
During the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), Chinese painting developed greatly from the achievements in painted art during the earlier Song dynasty and Yuan dynasty. The painting techniques which were invent...
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Shan shui
Shan shui (Chinese: 山水 lit. "mountain-water") refers to a style of traditional Chinese painting that involves or depicts scenery or natural landscapes, using a brush and ink rather than more conv...
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Southern School
The Southern School (南宗画, pinyin: nanzhonghua) of Chinese painting, often called "literati painting" (文人画, wenrenhua), is a term used to denote art and artists which stand in opposition to the formal...
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Banhua
Banhua (Chinese: 版画) is the Chinese umbrella term for any printed art objects, and especially for those made by woodblock printing, the term used for woodcuts from Asia.
The direct translation of ...
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List of Chinese painters
The following is a list of Chinese painters and calligraphers:
List of Chinese painters - Wikipedia
Dunhuang manuscripts
The Dunhuang manuscripts are a cache of important religious and secular documents discovered in the Mogao Caves of Dunhuang, China, in the early 20th century. Dating from the 5th to early 11th centuri...
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Dafen Village
Dafen (Chinese: 大芬; pinyin: Dàfēn) is a suburb of Buji, Longgang, Shenzhen in Guangdong province, China. In the early 1990s a group of about twenty artists under the leadership of the painter ...
A Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains
Wang Ximeng (Chinese: 王希孟; pinyin: Wáng Xīmèng; Wade–Giles: Wang Hsi-meng) (1096–1119) was a Chinese painter during the Song Dynasty. A prodigy, Wang was one of the most renowned court pa...
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Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains
Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains (Chinese: 富春山居圖) is one of the few surviving works by the painter Huang Gongwang (1269–1354) and it is considered to be among his greatest works. Painted between 1...
Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains - Wikipedia
Mogao Caves In China
A Tang Dynasty inscription records that the first cave in the Mogao Grottoes was made in 366 A.D. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) listed the Mogao Grottoe...
New Year picture
A New Year Picture (Chinese: 年画) (Pinyin: Nían Hùa; literally "Year Picture") is a popular Banhua in China. It is a form of Chinese colored woodblock print, for decoration during the Chinese New Year ...
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Huzhou ink brush
The term Hubi is dedicated to the Huzhou ink brush (Traditional Chinese: 湖筆; Simplified Chinese: 湖笔; Pinyin: Húbǐ; "Hú" stands for Huzhou, "Bǐ" meaning "ink brush").
The ink brushes are produced i...
Three Friends of Winter
The Three Friends of Winter, also known as Suihan Sanyou, symbolize the pine, bamboo, and plum. The Chinese observed that the pine, bamboo and plum do not wither as the cold days deepen into the winte...
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Six principles of Chinese painting
The Six principles of Chinese painting were established by Xie He (also known as Hsieh Ho), a writer, art historian and critic in 6th century China. He is most famous for his "Six points to consider ...
Thangka
A thangka, also known as tangka, thanka or tanka ([ˈt̪ʰaŋka]; Tibetan: ཐང་ཀ་; Nepal Bhasa: पौभा) is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala of s...
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Six Persimmons
Six Persimmons is a 13th-century Chinese painting by the monk, Muqi Fachang or Mu Ch'i Fa-Ch'ang. It was painted during the Song dynasty. Muqi was one of the two great exponents of the spontaneous mod...
Yulin Caves
The Yulin Caves (Chinese: 榆林窟; pinyin: Yulin kū) is a Buddhist cave temple site in Anxi County, Gansu Province, China. The site is located some 100 km east of the oasis town of Dunhuang a...
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Kakemono
A kakemono (掛物, "hanging thing"), more commonly referred to as a kakejiku (掛軸, "hung scroll"), is a Japanese scroll painting or calligraphy mounted usually with silk fabric edges on a flexible...
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Wŭ Xíng painting
Wŭ Xíng is a synthesis of traditional painting with its namesake philosophic tradition Wŭ Xíng – or, more specifically, the use of Chinese Xie Yi painting techniques and the metaphysics of the fi...
Wŭ Xíng painting - Wikipedia