Proceedings of the 2015 2nd International Conference on Education, Language, Art and Intercultural Communication

Aesthetic Study on Layout of Mr.Tian Liming’s Ink Portrait Painting

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Qing Li
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Available Online November 2015.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icelaic-15.2016.94How to use a DOI?
Keywords
ink painting; layout; coloring; stroking technique; artistic ambianc
Abstract
Browsing through master Tian Liming’s works, one would be immersed in the ink world built by Mr. Tian through his using of “surrounded inking”, “blended tinting” and other drawing techniques. The layouts are graceful rather than lifeless, the coloring fresh but not dignified, the techniques of stroking are audacious instead of being tacky. Viewers could interpret peaceful and tranquil sentiments in his alternating application of light and dark, or faintly discernible ink shades. Sometimes memories are recalled by certain scenery, while private psychology beautifies the scenery in turn. Mr. Tian is skillful in converting diverse landscapes, scenery and characters into elements of his drawings. Furthermore, he conveys the cultural sentiments of traditional Ink and Wash through a visual format that is natural, smooth and possessing aura. It enlightens us to regard ink painting as the carrier of cultural inheritance, which is rather revealing to modern painters.
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