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Chinese ink

[chīn′nēz ′iŋk]
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Chinese ink manufacturers are facing challenges from the increased scrutiny over regulations and environmental issues as well.
In the mid-2000s Highstein became interested in painting with Chinese ink and watercolours.
On display are 33 paintings, created using traditional Chinese ink. The exhibit also presents four Chinese calligraphy posters depicting classic poetry.
On the other hand, mountains of Kurdistan have been also part of the paintings he's designed in Chinese ink, such as Safin Mountain which is the symbol of Erbil Province.
MONO What: This MONO (black and white) exhibition explores the connections and contrasts that exist between opposites, with work on view by local ,national and international artists, including Bill Chambers with woodcuts of Newport Station and Ping Gang Cheng, from Shanghai, with a series of Chinese ink paintings.
I have always used whatever media I could get." He, nevertheless, says that Chinese ink was his personal favourite for a very long time even though it takes a lot of control.
Using Chinese ink, pencil, acrylic and oil paint, these works chronicle the phases the artist underwent following her breakup.
Our final destination in China, motivated by our fascination with Chinese ink drawings of the area, was to be the Karst Mountains surrounding Guilin.
The show features art forms such as the making of Chinese ink sticks, hand puppets and pottery.
Jonathan Ng offers a technically updated homage to traditional Chinese ink painting in "Requiem for Romance" (Kungfu Romance Prods.).
Painted oxide lines and delicate celadon glaze with the fluidity of a Chinese ink drawing emphasised porcelain's precious, enchanting quality.
They included the auction favourite, Chinese ink master Zhang Daqian's "Spring Dawns Upon the Colourful Hills", which sold for $4.47 million.

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