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Guo Hua Chu Xue-Xie Yi Hua Hui

Guo Hua Chu Xue-Xie Yi Hua Hui


DONG Zhenzhi 董振智 (Author)

Tianjin Yangliuqing Fine Arts Press, 2020
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    About this book

This book is one of the interpretations of famous Chinese painting masters. The book mainly explains the painting methods of summer and autumn flowers, including lotus, wisteria, hibiscus and other common summer flowers. Among them, there are woody flowers, herbal flowers and vine flowers, which are very rich. Let's start with the painting method of flower heads, leaves and branches. Then start to explain in the form of creative steps. The pen is old and spicy, and the color is bright but not gaudy.
    About the author

Graduated from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in 1988. Currently teaching at Tianjin University of Science and Technology, associate professor. Member of the Chinese Artists Association, painter of the Chinese Famous Painting Academy, and deputy dean of the Art Creation Institute of Nankai District, Tianjin. He loved painting since he was a child, and studied under Sun Qifeng, Xiao Lang, Pu Zuo, Huo Chunyang and other famous artists, focusing on freehand flower and bird painting, and has been persistent in the exploration of Chinese ink painting for many years.
ISBN: 9787554708989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 48
Sizes: 285x210mm
Publication: 1/2020
Weight: 550g

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