Aesthetic Interpretation and Art Inheritance of Chinese Painting Methods--- From Landscape to Landscape Painting


Abstract


In the course of historical changes, landscape painting, as a national art, has been developing continuously, carrying the aesthetic art of Chinese culture, embodying the spirit of the Chinese nation and being unique in the world. As a methodology, Chinese painting method guides the creation of Chinese landscape paintings, so it is indispensable and important to analyze the aesthetic interpretation and explore the art inheritance of Chinese painting method. This paper will analyze the brushwork, ink and art of composition of Chinese landscape painting, and explore the art inheritance of aesthetic elements of Chinese landscape painting in other fields of modern art, in order to play a promotional and explanatory role in Chinese painting.


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