Spring Flower and Rich Red Color：A Traditional Chinese Paintings by Zhao Yongfu
Lot No. ：NMDC-ZYF-190507
Overview：Contemporary art, traditional Chinese realistic painting(2*).
Status：For sale (Item is customizable)
1* Zhao Yongfu, born in Linyi, is now living in Tianjin. Now a national first-class artist, a member of the Gansu Provincial Artists Association, a member of the Chinese National Painters Association, and a special painter of the Guangdong Painting Academy. He loved painting art since childhood. Zhao is master of Chinese painting, and graduated from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts. He studied the gongbi paintings of flowers and birds with Professors He Jiaying, Yang Peiyu, Huo Chunyang, and Jia Guangjian. His work was selected to "commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Deng Xiaoping", and "the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China". In 2009, he was held the “Beijing, Tianjin and Lu” exhibition in Shandong Taishan. In 2010, he was held in his hometown of Linyi Art Museum, and the Lanzhou Museum, which caused great sensation. His work "Yi" was selected by the National Artists Association for the "16th Asian Games - Hanmo Liufang" National Art Exhibition. After that his works were collected by art galleries, art institutions and collectors at home and abroad. Zhao has published a series of Chinese painting techniques, "The Ancient Chinese Lady Painting Method.", "Chinese Painting Classics", "Out of the Mountain", "Chinese Painting and Calligraphy", "Yachang Art Network", "Huaxia Art Network", "People's Art", "Fortune Art Network - Art Life", "Shanghai Book and Calligraphy", "Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Art Market", etc. It has been reprinted by many magazines, and newspapers.
2* Gongbi is a careful realist technique in Chinese painting, the opposite of the interpretive and freely expressive ‘sketching thoughts’ style.The gongbi technique uses highly detailed brushstrokes that delimits details very precisely and without independent or expressive variation. It is often highly colored and usually depicts figural or narrative subjects. In ancient times, writing, as well as painting, was done on silk. Calligraphy and painting were thought to be the purest forms of art. The implements were the brush pen made of animal hair, and black inks made from pine soot and animal glue.
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