Transcript: Ink and wash painting, in chinese Shui-mo also loosely termed watercolour or brush painting. Chinese Painting start by using a chinese brush to draw the keylines or outlines of the scene. the lines must be concise. pay attention to the overall layout of your picture. the movement of the brush tip must be purposeful and powerful. use the ink to fill in to express the light and shade of your painting. compare the picture and your painting and carefully follow the dark or light by making the brush dry or wet. make sure the tip of the brush is dry to make the details in the painting. there should not be many colours. the main colour is green for leaves, red and yellow for flowers and black ink. what is chinese painting? how do we paint? handle of brushes rice paper brushes black ink paint the oblique brush Things we needed: Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world. Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guó huà ,meaning 'national' or 'native painting', as opposed to Western styles of art which became popular in China in the 20th century. Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy and is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink; oils are not used. the upright brush
Transcript: The literal translation of shan-shui breaks down into two words; shan is mountain or mountains, and shui which means bodies of water which includes waterfalls, rivers, and lakes. 水 In the north, artists such as Jing Hao, Fan Kuan, and Guo Xi painted pictures of towering mountains, using strong black lines, ink wash, and sharp, dotted brushstrokes to suggest rough stone. In the south, Dong Yuan, Ju Ran, and other artists painted the rolling hills and rivers of their native countryside in peaceful scenes done with softer, rubbed brushwork. ----> These two kinds of scenes and techniques became the classical styles of Chinese landscape painting. Examples Ma Yuan, 1190–1225 中国 山水画 Chinese Landscape Painting History Qu Ding, 1023–1056 Guo Xi, 1000-1090 山 Arose during the 5th century, in the Song Dynasty
Transcript: 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. Chinese Color Paper around 4000 B.C. traditional Chinese painting has developed continuously over a period of more than six thousand years. Subject Chinese Brush Landscape painting figure painting Landscape painting Flower-and-bird painting figure painting Chinese Brush Painting History Artistic Character and Techniques Chinese Ink Seal and Calligraphy Brush Techniques and Strokes Flower-and-bird painting Composition and Space
Transcript: According to painting techniques, Chinese painting can be divided into two styles: xieyi style and gongbi style. Produce Xieyi, or freehand, is marked by exaggerated forms and freehand brushwork. displays rich brushwork and ink techniques grinds the instick , usually found in stick form, was developed in Han Dynasty ( 202BC-220BC ). When powder from the ink stick is combined with water, actual ink is formed. The Four Treasures The techniques The subjects The forms elegant The Real you will know: lyrical boring The Four Treasures (Tools): Ink-and-wash landscapes Flower and bird painting of Classification according to subject matter of Chinese painting colorful Goat Painting Form Landscape painting Xieyi Figure painting The Ink processed It is used for writing and painting, is made IT also holds the liquid ink so it can be easily accessed by the calligrapher. Xieyi Preparation Ink Stone What do you think about Chinese painting? unprocessed into powder so it can be mixed with water to form ink. is the oldest of jewls, dating back to the Zhou Dynasty ( 1045 BC-2046 BC ). Traditionally made brushes consisted of a stick with the hair of animals or babies attached to one end. Gongbi, or meticulous, is characterized by close attention to detail and fine brushwork. Chinese Brush Chinese Painting Question~ interesting Xuan Paper, Blue-and-green landscapes The principal forms of traditional Chinese painting are the hanging scroll, album of paintings, fan surface and long horizontal scroll. Hanging scrolls are both horizontal and vertical, usually mounted and hung on the wall. Gongbi including unprocessed, processed and half processed, suitable for conveying artistic expression of both calligraphy and painting. color-blind Brushes Ink and Pigments Xuan paper and Silk Ink Stones of materials including pine soot, lacquer and herbal medicine,etc. The Brush Gongbi Design unintelligible Wolf World What are the techniques of Chinese Painting?
Transcript: Sources Here Is A Series Of Paintings By Liang YanSheng Back Round Chinese Painting By: Ke Ya Lan In my opinion I like her art because of the various colors and scenes. Most of the critics described it as not real chinese painting because of the use of color. But some, disagree saying that is beautiful, because it uses multiple different colors. Liang YanSheng is known for her Chinese Painting of flowers, birds, animals. Liang is known for her meticulous style of painting. Meticulous is a style of painting that is one of the earliest forms of chinese painting, originating in some of the earliest dynasties. Qualities of Meticulous This style involves using not just black ink, but also colored ink. In this style oil is never used. It used silk and paper, and is then posted onto a scroll and can be rolled or hung. Reviews generaltalk.net images.google
Transcript: All the Mountains Blanketed in Red One of the oldest artistic traditions still practiced today Aim was not only to capture the outer appearance of a subject, but its inner qi Landscapes were generally regarded as the highest form of Chinese art Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival Style and Subject https://www.britannica.com/art/Chinese-painting https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/chin/hd_chin.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_painting http://www.absolutechinatours.com/china-travel/Traditional-Painting-Techniques.html 'The Art of Chinese Painting' by Lin Ci Established by Xie He in 5th century as 'points to consider when judging paintings' 1. Spirit Resonance 2. Bone Method 3. Correspondence to the Object 4. Suitability to Type 5. Division and Planning 6. Transmission by Copying Famous Examples Uses inks and pigments on silk or paper - not oil on canvas like in Western art Gongbi - 'meticulous'. Highly detailed brushstrokes, depicting a figure or narrative Xie-yi - Freehand, loose watercolour or brushwork. Uses 'Shui-mo' (water and ink) Paintings depicting landscapes, nature, religion and important figures were popular Five Oxen Six Principles Huìhuà Liùfǎ guóhuà Chinese Painting Marley Vigar A Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains Nymph of the Luo River Travelers among Mountains and Streams Bibliography
Transcript: Chinese Painting What is Chinese Painting? More information... In the early years Chinese paintings were merely decorative and ornamental in subject rather than representational, containing patterns and designs. Later, Chinese paintings became more representational depicting real world things like people, animals and landscapes. Painting and calligraphy were the highest prized arts. Used black inks made from pine soot and animal glues. Before the invention of paper in the 1st century, painting and calligraphy were done on silk! The Subjects of Chinese Paintings... The "Six principles of Chinese painting" were established by Xie He, a writer, art historian and critic in 5th century China. He is most famous for his "Six points to consider when judging a painting" Keep in mind that this was written circa 550 AD and refers to "old" and "ancient" practices. 1. "Spirit Resonance", or vitality, and refers to the flow of energy that encompasses theme, work, and artist. Xie He said that without Spirit Resonance, there was no need to look further. 2. "Bone Method", or the way of using the brush. This refers not only to texture and brush stroke, but to the close link between handwriting and personality. In his day, the art of calligraphy was inseparable from painting. 3. "Correspondence to the Object", or the depicting of form, which would include shape and line. 4. "Suitability to Type", or the application of color, including layers, value and tone. 5. "Division and Planning", or placing and arrangement, corresponding to composition, space and depth. 6. "Transmission by Copying", or the copying of models, not only from life but also the works of antiquity. Six Principles One of the oldest artistic traditions in the world that still continues today! Are made by using ink and watercolor. Calligraphy also tends to be a component of Chinese paintings. To the right you will see a landscape, which is very often the subject of Chinese paintings.
Transcript: Point of view - your relationship to the object 1. Pen tool 2. Layer Mask 3. Quick selection tool 4. Lasso Tool Learning Target We will learn about the art of Chinese Painting So that we can transform a photo into a painting adding watercolor brushstrokes. We know we mastered in when we transform the tiger to watercolor and use a free style brushstroke and capture its life force, February 1, 2016 Learning Target We will learn 4 different ways to extract the tiger from its background so that we can assess which one is the most effective for this project We know we "got it" when we have sampled a few suggestions and found one that works . Q. What of method or tool from the list below did you choose to use to extract the tiger? Describe the method and why it worked for you or why others did not work. We will start the first 3 steps of the tutorial located in GOOGLE GROUPS Review Step 7 – Chinese Caligraphy: This is the time for freeplay. You can add in any chinese texts you think it fits the meaning of the art you’ve done. As a final signature you will add a small Chinese stamp Journal Question Q. What is the point of view of the tiger? February 9. 2016 Learning Target We will learn how to add the Chinese characters,the word it represents, and a stamp to our painting So that we can understand its significance in Chinese art We know we mastered it when we have researched Chinese characters and stamp that becomes our final signature Photoshop provides many ways to select an object in this project we will discover which one is right for the job. Chinese Painting Example of a chinese painting of a tiger The aim of the traditional Chinese painter :to capture not only the outer appearance of a subject but its inner essence as well - its energy , life force. The Chinese way of appreciating a painting is often expresse by the words du hua " to read a painting". Q. How does one do that? Chinese painting used black ink and ink washes Research Chinese Calligraphy and find one that you can use to represent the spiritual energy captured by the tiger . Add examples to your journal with the its interpretation or meaning. Extracting the Tiger extract Activity After complete the tiger you will consider qualities that you want to represent and choose an animal. You will recreate the same project choosing other brushes from the download and make your own adjustments. Journal What qualities do you want to represent in the second animal? I would like to represent ....... What happens when you desaturate a photogragh? When you desaturate a photo it becomes .......... Activity Journal Question & Homework Q. What is the meaning of the Chinese characters you chose for your tiger ink painting? Please read this article and finish for homework http://www.inkdancechinesepaintings.com/chinese-calligraphy-painting.html Activity Q. What adjustments would you use to create a sepia tone? A. I used ......... Chinese Painting from a Photograph We will look at some examples of Chinese painting and calligraphy and exam what kind "essence" is expressed in the brushstrokes. February 22, 2016 The discipline of the kind of mastery requires derives from the practice of calligraphy.
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