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Chinese Paintings of Cyprus - G.Y.Miao

OPENING 28 September 2022 at 16:00
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CLOSING 15th October 2022

Chinese landscape painting takes the natural landscape of mountains and rivers as the main description object, with Chinese traditional painting tools — pen, ink, paper and ink stone, and mineral pigments as the painting tools. Traditionally, according to the painting method, the style is divided into green landscape, Jinbi Mountain, ink landscape, Shallow crimson landscape, small green landscape, no bone landscape and so on.

This form of painting was formed during the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties in ancient China (about 220-280 AD), became independent in Sui and Tang dynasties (about 581-907), and matured in the Five Dynasties and Northern Song Dynasty (907-960). Nowadays, Chinese landscape painting has become one of the most important Chinese Art with its profound cultural background and unique aesthetic criteria. At the same time, because of drawing nutrients from traditional Chinese painting, contemporary artists have created a large number of innovative and critical ink art.

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Professor G.Y Miao was born in Northeast China in 1952. He is committed to the study of Chinese traditional culture and art, and the creation and exploration of Chinese traditional forms of landscape painting. He has carried out art research and teaching in the most important universities in China for 35 years, and has made many important achievements in the field of traditional Chinese landscape painting research. Currently he is living in Cyprus and paints landscapes, architectural and religious monuments all around the island.
 

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