Monthly Archives: March 2018
The painting of China, which flourished in the Middle Ages – the 4th – 19th centuries AD – did not accidentally take a place of honor in world art history. In this area of artistic culture, Chinese masters managed to leave a particularly vivid mark. With extraordinary persuasion, they embodied the beauty of nature, the idea of harmony and greatness of the universe. They invested not only personal moods in scroll paintings, but also wisdom that was clear to future generations. Continue reading
Household painting originated in China long before the advent of other genres. She illustrated legends and short stories, was eloquent, narrative. Where human emotions and poetic moods were touched, the image invariably interwoven with the landscape. The worldview of medieval China can be called landscape – so the being of people was realized in connection with nature.
Since ancient times, it has been closely monitored. Unlike the countries of Europe, where man was the measure of all things, here it became a natural principle. Continue reading