Brush Art

Chinese brush painting: Sprays of Flower by Liu Hai Su, ink and colors on rice paper

Artistic Characters and Techniques

One of the important factors contributing to the evolution of the distinctive style of traditional Chinese painting has been the close relationship between the materials used and their influence on artistic forms and techniques.  [...more ]

Other related topics
Online Classes  |  Art Journals

Famous Artist: Xu Beihong

Calligraphy

The history of Chinese calligraphy is as long as that of China itself.  Calligraphy is one of the highest forms of Chinese art.  In studying Chinese calligraphy one must learn something of the origins of Chinese language and of how they were originally written.  
[...more ]

About Chinese Brush Painting

Starting around 4000 B.C. traditional Chinese painting has developed continuously over a period of more than six thousand years.  Its growth has inevitably reflected the changes of time and social conditions.  […more ]

Other related topics
Our Online Brush Artists  | Archive of Famous Brush Artists | Art Journals

Chinese art demonstration by great artists

 

How to Look at Chinese Brush Painting

Rules of Painting:

"See the great in the small”

“See the small in the perspective of the great”

“Among those who study painting, some strive for an elaborate effect and others prefer the simple. Neither complexity in itself nor simplicity is enough.
Some aim to be deft, others to be laboriously careful. Neither dexterity nor conscientiousness is enough.
…”     
[… more]

callart1

 

OUR ONLINE CHINESE BRUSH ARTISTS:


      

Liu Da Wei
Liu Da Wei
Meng Xiang Shun
Meng Xiang Shun
Zhao Wei
Zhao Wei
Fan Zeng
Fan Zeng 
Yang Ye
Yang Ye

 

screen-shot-2016-04-14-at-8-16-45-pm-225x240
Liu Cun Hui
Luo Suya (Soraya Runckel)
Luo Suya (Soraya Runckel)

ABOUT ASIA-ART.NET

We promote Asian art appreciation to the world - presenting you with traditional and modern Asian art that captures the spirit, cultural complexity and charm of Asia.

Most of the best materials on Asian art are only available in the native language, we continually are locating, translating, verifying the translation and publishing new material. Because of the many languages and cultures involved please visit frequently for this new material. We commit to make Asia-art.net a masterpiece of art appreciation.

 


content_bottom-filteredCopyright © 2016  Runckel & Associates Inc.

Follow us on Twitter: @AsiaArtNews

Visit our other website: www.Business-in-Asia.com