Mountain & Trees Painting – Chinese Ink Painting Workshop Demo

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Mountain & Trees Painting – Chinese Ink Painting Workshop Demo

Painting during the Song dynasty (960–1279) reached a further development of landscape painting; immeasurable distances were conveyed through the use of blurred outlines, mountain contours disappearing into the mist, and impressionistic treatment of natural phenomena.

The shan shui style painting—”shan” meaning mountain, and “shui” meaning river—became prominent in Chinese landscape art. The emphasis laid upon landscape was grounded in Chinese philosophy; Taoism stressed that humans were but tiny specks in the vast and greater cosmos, while Neo-Confucianist writers often pursued the discovery of patterns and principles that they believed caused all social and natural phenomena.

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