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What are the characteristics of calligraphy and painting

2018-02-22 12:48:00

Calligraphy and painting, a combination of books and paintings, is a general term for calligraphy and Chinese painting in China. Painting and calligraphy is an important cultural heritage of the country. It is not only a simple exposition, but also a national artistic treasure. The development history of painting and calligraphy has been continuously continuing since ancient times. Its different version of nature, but also reflects the unique charm of value color. Calligraphy came into being with the emergence of Chinese characters and developed with the development of Chinese characters. It from the picture, symbol to create, finalize, from big seal to small seal, from seal and scribe, Kai, line, grass various characters gradually formed. In the development and evolution of Chinese characters, calligraphy has become a unique art. Calligraphy has a dual nature, namely: instrumental, artistic. The former says that it is a tool to record, express emotions and exchange ideas, while the latter says that it has ornamental aesthetic value and gives people the enjoyment of beauty. The theme of the painting is mostly related to the surrounding environment. Such as people, animals, trees, etc., may be represented on paper. Painting was very popular in the Tang Dynasty. For example, Tang Yin's paintings and calligraphy were highly sought after at that time, and the value of today's paintings and calligraphy is even better and especially precious. Paintings have a certain period of color. The change of the painter's idea is the key factor that directly changes the painting style. Chinese painting pays attention to expressive spirit and line modeling, pays attention to the relationship between calligraphy brush and ink, focuses on structure organization, supplemented by light and dark colors, and combines poetry, books, printing, literary knowledge and painting as artistic characteristics. Its painting forms include large brushwork, small brushwork, meticulous brushwork, sector painting, splash color, etc., and its forms of expression include long rolls, halls, scrolls, album pages, and fans. The development of calligraphy and painting has a certain period, and the comparison can be distinguished from Chinese and foreign works. The transmission of culture knows no boundaries. As a tool of communication, it is also a national artistic treasure. Therefore, the collection of calligraphy and painting is not only a kind of viewing, but also a kind of media dissemination!

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