Fine arts of ancient China

Han fine art differs sharply from the mainly symbolic art of previous periods with its characteristic strict conventional forms. Han art is characterized by a more realistic interpretation of images and plots taken from life observations.
Chinese painting is filled with the philosophical content inherent in it, its poetic interpretation and especially ethical symbolism. the main genres in Chinese painting are human imagery, landscape, fauna or flora. A parallel with Western painting is appropriate here, where there are portrait genre, landscape genre and still life.
Chinese artists paint with ink on bamboo or rice paper, silk. An obligatory element of each painting: an image, a calligraphic inscription and a stamp with the artist’s name, which had to be cut out of wood or bone.

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