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Chinese ink

[chīn′nēz ′iŋk]
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This is the latest in a series of exhibitions of contemporary Chinese ink paintings held by the gallery, which Giuseppe Eskenazi credits to his son Daniel, who is particularly interested in the area.
noted that Toyo Ink has been active in the Chinese ink industry since 1926, when the company opened its first overseas branch office, Toyo Ink Manufacturing Co.
In "Analogue," Mrad renders a morose-looking girl in Chinese ink, but there is much more to this figure.
They included the auction favourite, Chinese ink master Zhang Daqian's "Spring Dawns Upon the Colourful Hills", which sold for $4.
Proper understanding of Chinese ink painting often requires also analyzing the artists' biographies, historical, social and cultural context they lived in.
What makes the book a handsome art piece is that the images, against a basically black background, are created digitally and in Chinese ink.
In "Written Bones," produced between 1983 and 1984, Dautricourt used a pen and Chinese ink to repeatedly write bereshit, the Hebrew word for "in the beginning" and the first word of the Torah, on animal bones.
Wu's landscapes, which combined Chinese ink with Western painting methods, had commanded 31.
The event includes works from more than 30 artists spanning media such as Chinese ink and watercolours, wood engravings, acrylics, pastels, digital photography and metal relief sculptures.
The patterns were drawn with a brush using Chinese ink.
In the 1870's a few Chinese Ink painters (traditional ink and wash on rice paper) started painting with glaze and underglaze on porcelain in Jingdezhen, Southwest China.
Mr Xinmao originally trained as a Chinese ink landscape painter but his works have now evolved to become semi-abstract, although landscapes can still be perceived within the works.

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