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Monthly Archives: 二月 2015

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The History of Chinese Painting

By |二月 28th, 2015|Artwork, Paintings|

The history of Chinese painting can be compared to a symphony. The styles and traditions in figure, landscape, and bird-and-flower painting have formed themes that continue to blend to this day into a single piece of music. Painters through the ages have made up this "orchestra," composing and performing many movements and variations within this

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Zao Wou Ki’s Painting Art

By |二月 28th, 2015|Artwork, Modern China, Paintings|

Zao Wou Ki's Painting  " 05-01-67" 80 x 65 cm. (31 1⁄2 x 25 1⁄2 in.) Zao Wou Ki(赵无极 Zhao Wuji) was born in Beijing in 1921. He studied at Hangzhou Academy of Fine Arts under the tutorship of Lin Fengmian, and stayed there as a teacher after graduating in 1941. He left for Paris

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Chinese Young Ceramic Artist Wang Yong

By |二月 28th, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Ceramics, Featured Post, Modern China|

Artist Picture Chinese Young Ceramic Artist Who Am I? Chinese Young Ceramic Artist Being one of the most accomplished young Chinese ceramic artists, Wang Yong (汪勇) was born in 1972 in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province. He graduated from the art school of Jiangxi Normal University. Currently,Wang Yong is working as an associate professor in

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The Art of Chinese Ceramics

By |二月 28th, 2015|Artwork, Ceramics, Tea|

Chinese ceramic is one of the most significant forms of Chinese art. China is richly endowed with the raw materials needed for making ceramics. The first types of ceramics were made during the Palaeolithic era. Chinese Ceramics range from construction materials such as bricks and tiles, to hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires

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The Art of Chinese Bamboo Carving

By |二月 26th, 2015|Artwork, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Sculpture|

Chinese Bamboo Carving The status of the artisan class rose with social and economic progress. During mid-Ming, under the reigns of Zhengde (1501-1521) and Jiajing (1522-1565), different schools of carving arts emerged and established themselves in Wuzhong (吳中, Soochow or Suzhou 蘇州, Jiangsu Province) and its vicinities. Into late-Ming, Jinling (金陵, Nanking or Nanjing

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Qingtian Stone Sculpture

By |二月 26th, 2015|Artwork, Precious Stone, Sculpture|

Qingtian stone carving is one of the most famous handicraft works in China. It originated in Qingtian, Zhejiang Province, a county that is known as the home of Chinese stone carvings. Qingtian stone carvings are beautiful and refined, and are also known as 'stone embroidery. Qingtian stone carving has a long

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Ting Shao Kuang Heavy Color Painting

By |二月 25th, 2015|Artist, Modern China, Paintings|

Ting Shao Kuang Heavy Color Painting Ting Shao Kuang(丁绍光) was born in Chenggu, a village located in the Northern province of Shanxi, China in 1939, but has been living in the United States for the past 30 years. By age 11, he was painting every day, using cooking oil as a medium for his

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Jin Shangyi Painting

By |二月 25th, 2015|Artist, Featured Post, Modern China, Paintings, Timeline|

Artist Picture Jin Shangyi (靳尚谊) Jin Shangyi Jin Shangyi (1934) hails from Jiaozuo, Henan Province. He completed his training at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1953. In 1955, he studied oil painting under the Soviet master Konstantin Maksimov. Jin has been teaching oil painting at various academies in China. Among Jin's many patriotic

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Artist Zhou Fan

By |二月 24th, 2015|Artist, Featured Post, Modern China, Paintings|

Artist Picture Zhou Fan (周范)is a rising star in the Chinese art scene – he is a young, yet extremely creative, Chinese contemporary artist. His paintings have attracted attention at exhibitions in New York, Germany and Shanghai. In the Chinese Art Prize 2007, Zhou Fan was selected as one of the top 3 emerging Chinese

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Chinese Cloisonné Art

By |二月 22nd, 2015|Applied Art, Artwork, Enamel Objects, Imperial China, Ming dynasty, Qing dynasty, Timeline, Yuan dynasty|

Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects by using vitreous enamel. It has been also inlayed of cut gemstones, glass, and other materials long time ago. The cloisonné enamel object is formed by first adding compartments (cloisons in French) to the metal object by soldering or adhering silver or gold wires

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