POLS 3620CONTEMPORARY EUROPE AND ASIAYeung Ching Wun 10010394Fung Hon Lam
Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western   Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with   we...
Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western   Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with   we...
Material of painting - Chinese                                    BrushInk                                    InkSilk     ...
Material of painting - Chinese   Silk Scroll   Qīngmíng Shànghé Tú
Material of painting -Table             WesternEasel                Canvas                                 Brushes  Oil Tube
Principle of Painting Chinese                   Westernattaches importance   the western art placesto subjectivity       v...
Painting Technique - Chinese• Use of Line• Simplify the complex landscape nature and  only show a general overview of land...
Western Landscape Painting• Use of Color           Walt Curlee, Wildflowers Mountains River western             original w...
Subject of Painting (Chinese)             -Anatomy• Only aimed to express the posture of human       • Not limited by the ...
Subject of Painting (Western)           -Anatomy• Study about the human’s muscle  and skeleton• Draw the body of the human...
Subject of Painting - Chinese• Have a tendency to place landscape and  flowers and birds in a strong position
Subject of Painting - Western• Physical body and secular life  were always in the center
Background of Painting - Chinese• Focus on the expression of the sprit  • Aiming to highlight the object and make    it im...
Background of Painting - Western • The western painting is focus on the realistic so it   must describe the background of ...
Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western   Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with   we...
Implications of Chinese Paintings• Unity between nature and Man    • Dao De Jing, “grand shape looks vague”        • “Go w...
Implications of Chinese Paintings• Communication of soul • Landscape painting gives people a sense of “remoteness”, “out o...
Implications of Western              Paintings• Humanist philosophy   • “the sole imitator of all the     manifest works o...
Implications of Western                Paintings• Highly realistic linear perspective
Implications of Western                Paintings• Influence of Anatomy
Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western   Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with   we...
Integration of Chinese paintings    with Western techniques• Lingnan School of Painting• Use colored background• Focus on ...
Integration of Chinese paintings    with Western techniques   Chinese painting   Western painting
Lingnan Painting
Conclusion• Painting reflect the different philosophy between  china and western countries• the integration of technique c...
THE ENDThank you.We welcome questions from the floor.
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  • Order: Ink Silk Paper Ink Stone Brush
  • Order: Table Easel Canvas Oil Tube Brushes
  • The use of color in Chinese landscape painting is simple so that it makes the viewers to have more space to think on the art work
  • use different colors and sizes to present trees mountain and grass and also he use light and shadow on the surface of the river in order to give a realistic look
  • Chinese painting from Tang Dynasty had had the motif of landscape and flowers and birds in a strong position and entered the mainstream in Song Dynasty with figure portrait gradually declining.
  • In western paintings, physical body and secular life were always in the center and the heaven in which gods inhabited was an idealized version of the earth.
  • The background is not taken seriously in Chinese painting Very common in Chinese painting that there is large spare room in the painting
  • Everything has background. For example, the background of fruit is a table. The background of figure is indoor or outdoor. So the painting is full of color, without spare room in it
  • Pols3620 presentation v6 window version

    1. 1. POLS 3620CONTEMPORARY EUROPE AND ASIAYeung Ching Wun 10010394Fung Hon Lam
    2. 2. Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with western techniques
    3. 3. Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with western techniques
    4. 4. Material of painting - Chinese BrushInk InkSilk StonePaper
    5. 5. Material of painting - Chinese Silk Scroll Qīngmíng Shànghé Tú
    6. 6. Material of painting -Table WesternEasel Canvas Brushes Oil Tube
    7. 7. Principle of Painting Chinese Westernattaches importance the western art placesto subjectivity value upon objectivityusing appearance to using appearance to showshow the spirit the spiritart of art of “manifestation”“manifestation”
    8. 8. Painting Technique - Chinese• Use of Line• Simplify the complex landscape nature and only show a general overview of landscape Yang Zhi , Horizontal Chinese Landscape Painting of Waterfall Scenery, 1979
    9. 9. Western Landscape Painting• Use of Color Walt Curlee, Wildflowers Mountains River western original western landscape oil painting , 1999
    10. 10. Subject of Painting (Chinese) -Anatomy• Only aimed to express the posture of human • Not limited by the rule of the proportion body • Effect of the impaction
    11. 11. Subject of Painting (Western) -Anatomy• Study about the human’s muscle and skeleton• Draw the body of the human like the real one in the western painting
    12. 12. Subject of Painting - Chinese• Have a tendency to place landscape and flowers and birds in a strong position
    13. 13. Subject of Painting - Western• Physical body and secular life were always in the center
    14. 14. Background of Painting - Chinese• Focus on the expression of the sprit • Aiming to highlight the object and make it impressive
    15. 15. Background of Painting - Western • The western painting is focus on the realistic so it must describe the background of the object
    16. 16. Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with western techniques
    17. 17. Implications of Chinese Paintings• Unity between nature and Man • Dao De Jing, “grand shape looks vague” • “Go with nature”
    18. 18. Implications of Chinese Paintings• Communication of soul • Landscape painting gives people a sense of “remoteness”, “out of the world” • Homology of paintings and poems
    19. 19. Implications of Western Paintings• Humanist philosophy • “the sole imitator of all the manifest works of nature” • Paintings is science
    20. 20. Implications of Western Paintings• Highly realistic linear perspective
    21. 21. Implications of Western Paintings• Influence of Anatomy
    22. 22. Content1. Characteristics of Chinese and Western Painting2. Ideology behind3. Integration of Chinese paintings with western techniques
    23. 23. Integration of Chinese paintings with Western techniques• Lingnan School of Painting• Use colored background• Focus on color• Reflect the contemporary society
    24. 24. Integration of Chinese paintings with Western techniques Chinese painting Western painting
    25. 25. Lingnan Painting
    26. 26. Conclusion• Painting reflect the different philosophy between china and western countries• the integration of technique can further enhance the development of arts
    27. 27. THE ENDThank you.We welcome questions from the floor.

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