Way of the Brush: Painting Techniques of China and Japan

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Tuttle Publishing, 20 dec. 2011 - 332 pagina's
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The Way of the Brush: Painting Techniques of China and Japan examines the technique, style, traditions, and methods of Chinese ink painting and how they were interpreted in Japanese art. Illustrated with over 250 images and packed with instructions, The Way of the Brush covers every aspect of brush painting, from brushstrokes, composition and the painting surface to meaning, perspective and artistic philosophy.
  • Part One is a study of the techniques of Chinese painting and explains the elements, techniques and principles which eventually carried over into Japanese painting.
  • Part Two is devoted to technical challenges and basic problems associated with the art, including the issue of fakes and forgeries of Chinese art in Japan.
  • Also included are three appendices and a full bibliography.
 

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59 5 Water RainSnow
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103 7 Color105 III THE TECHNIQUES AND PRINCIPLES OF CHINESE PAINTING
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177 7 The Careful andthe Spontaneous Styles 179
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199 5 China and Japan
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Tun Huang and the Origins of Chinese
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Over de auteur (2011)

Fritz van Briessen lived and traveled widely in Asia and spent several years studying brush painting under the tutelage of Peking landscape painter P'u Ch'uan.

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