Pine tree Chinese painting 4/7 scales texture

top chinese painting Master painters established esthetics and norms to paint trees, flowers, birds, orchid, and a pinetree. Considering the characteristics of Chinese calligraphy and painting brushes, they usually paint trees from top to bottom, adding texture strokes, leaves, details, scales etc. The great Zhang Daquin even wrote in his essays that a tree should be painted from TOP to BOTTOM and it will be absurd if it is done the other way. Part 7 will contain samples of masterpieces of trees and future videos will be demonstrated by other painters.

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2 Responses to “Pine tree Chinese painting 4/7 scales texture”

  1. sf108com says:

    You are welcome. …
    You are welcome. You may have noticed Chinese painters start painting trees mostly from the top, not from the roots or bottom…

  2. bbornets says:

    I am fascinated. …
    I am fascinated. Thank you. Barbara

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