Chinese calligraphy uses symbols to represent words similar to Egyptian Hieroglyphics. There are no letters as in the traditional Western writing forms. This Chinese writing art has been in use for over 5000 years and continues to this day.
Chinese calligraphy paintings
Art of Chinese calligraphy is an abstract art. In ancient China, Chinese calligraphy paintings were the most highly appreciated Chinese artwork. Chinese painting and calligraphy was thought to be the highest and most refined form of Asian artwork. Original Chinese brush paintings by famous artists have been greatly valued throughout history and are mounted on wall scrolls. Calligraphy, pronounced “Shu Fa”, means “the way of writing”.
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Chinese Scroll Paintings-Chinese wall scroll
Traditional Chinese scroll paintings and Japanese scrolls are painted on rice paper. When the watercolor paints are applied, the colors are absorbed into the rice paper. These Chinese wall scroll paintings are mounted with silk thread matting borders using the ancient Chinese and Oriental painting techniques
Size of the painting in room scenes may not be to scale, refer to actual dimensions in the description.
Chinese Watercolor Paintings
Chinese paintings are an abstract art. The first known Chinese paintings date to 10,000 B.C. In ancient China, Chinese abstract paintings were the most highly appreciated Asian artwork. Original paintings by Chinese artists have been greatly valued throughout history.
The primary pursuit of our abstract paintings is not to reproduce an exact copy of nature but to grasp an emotion to catch the feel and rhythm of nature. Our modern abstract art paintings can be described as “abstract minimalist”, using simple non complicated images. Our abstract art paintings use blurred lines, and impressionistic forms. Emphasis is placed on the spiritual qualities of the painting and on the inner harmony of man and nature.