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Chinese Brush Painting

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Taylor Newman

on 17 January 2018

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Transcript of Chinese Brush Painting

Sumi-e Painting
Boned vs. Boneless Painting
Boned
Boneless
Value Scale
Western
Eastern
What is a tradition?
Sumi-e
A Japanese term meaning "ink picture"
Calligraphy
"The Four Treasures"
The paintings are typically created with black ink
Using light and dark to convey value
Wang Yani
Huang Yan: Contemporary Body Painter
brought to Japan around the 7th century AD by Japanese scholars returning from a visit to China.
They brought back many cultural ideas such as calligraphy (beautiful writing) and a style of painting influenced by it.
The Japanese adapteed this Chinese painting method to own culture, added their flair and called it Sumi-e
When Sumi-e was introduced into Japan, the Zen Buddhist priests used it in their teaching programs as a zen ercise.

They valued the absence of color, which emphasized line, shading and emotion. They thought itw as more challenging and exciting than color, and required more discipline.

To keep the spirit of sumi-e fresh, it is better to mot make any sketches!
Sesshu
Hokusai
Buncho
1. New greeting.
2. New point system.
3. Intro to new project.
4. New Seats.
5. Distribute materials and get started on Sumi-e painting book.
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