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An Introduction To The Appreciation Of Chinese Paintings

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An Introduction To The Appreciation Of Chinese Paintings
Published 11/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 406.12 MB | Duration: 0h 30m
Learn the six ways of seeing Chinese Paintings


What you'll learn
Understand the difference between Chinese and Western Paintings
Learn how to look at a Chinese painting
Learn six ways of seeing a Chinese painting
Know more about Chinese painters
Requirements
No prerequisites needed
Description
Hello! Welcome to my course. Have you ever thought of going to a Chinese art exhibition and being able to enjoy knowing how to look at them? Have you ever wanted to collect Chinese art but were unsure how to look at a Chinese Painting? Have you ever wanted to start learning to paint using Chinese ink and paper? Or you simply wanted to take a glimpse into the world of Chinese art? In this course, "An Introduction to the Appreciation of Chinese Paintings," I will share with you the differences between looking at Chinese and Western paintings, and I will also teach you the six (6) simple methods to appreciate Chinese paintings by using various examples from over the history of Chinese art. The six simple methods include:Opening, Continuation, Turning, and ConclusionEncircling CompositionBlank SpaceTwo Mountains Divided by WaterComposing with PatchesThe Hash-sign compositionIt is suitable for everyone interested in the arts or Chinese culture. Please feel free to come and join us! After finishing the course, you will be asked to try visually analyze a Chinese landscape painting using the methods that you learn. Let's see how much you can get! Looking forward to receiving your feedback on the course. Thank you so much in advance!
Overview
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Differences between Chinese and Western Paintings
Lecture 3 I. Opening, Continuation, Turning and Conclusion
Lecture 4 II. Encircling Composition
Lecture 5 III. Blank Space
Lecture 6 IV. Two Mountains Divided by Water
Lecture 7 V. Composing with Patches
Lecture 8 VI. The Hash-sign composition
Beginner in Chinese ink paintings


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https://www.udemy.com/course/an-introduction-to-the-appreciation-of-chinese-paintings/




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