What Sets Chinese Painting Apart From Western Painting

Written by Ernesto Apomayta


Title: What Sets Chinese Painting Apart From Western Painting Author: Ernesto Apomayta Email: apomayta@hotmail.com Word Count: 550 Copyright 2004© Ernesto Apomayta Web address www.apomaytaart.com

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What Sets Chinese Painting Apart From Western Painting By Ernesto Apomayta

Because of different instruments, materials and cultural background, Chinese paintings have their own image and content in comparison to other types of paintings. Unique appearance of Chinese Painting owes much torepparttar 125394 use ofrepparttar 125395 Chinese writing brush andrepparttar 125396 Chinese paper (rice and silk). There are four essential elements used inrepparttar 125397 creation of Chinese Painting,repparttar 125398 brush, ink, paper, andrepparttar 125399 ink stone. Lacking any of themrepparttar 125400 job cannot be done.

The most important factors for Chinese Painting arerepparttar 125401 special pedagogy,repparttar 125402 close relationship withrepparttar 125403 painterís personality andrepparttar 125404 unique Chinese philosophy. They are trained not only to conveyrepparttar 125405 objects but also expressrepparttar 125406 mood andrepparttar 125407 spirit ofrepparttar 125408 subject. The Chinese also believe thatrepparttar 125409 painting isrepparttar 125410 expression ofrepparttar 125411 painterís knowledge and temperament. In this way, Chinese Painting becomes something much more than art.

The most essential philosophy of China isrepparttar 125412 unity of Heaven, Earth and Human Beings. Whatrepparttar 125413 Chinese Painters are trying to express is not what meetsrepparttar 125414 eye, but their attitude torepparttar 125415 Great Nature. The Chinese painter has a profound love and admiration for nature. It is part of their culture, religious practices and their need to depend on nature to survive.

In relationship to human and animal figures,repparttar 125416 Chinese painter utilizesrepparttar 125417 forms he finds in nature, such as ovals, circles, and geometric lines which are found also found in Chinese calligraphy. Thus, all Chinese paintings whether they are landscapes orrepparttar 125418 human figure are painted withrepparttar 125419 same movement, rhythm, and harmony that is used when drawingrepparttar 125420 forms of calligraphy. Calligraphy is a form of art, even more revered and honored than all other painting.

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Be sure to highlight those skills in your resume, during your interview, and in your thank-you letter.

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