School of Art, Anhui University of Finance & Economics, Benbu City, Anhui Province, China, 233030
As the most basic and most important Eighteen Strokes in Chinese painting strokes, it has formed a distinctive part of Chinese brushstrokes after the efforts of dynasty painters. Its unique painting language has high inheritance value. This paper takes the highly representative Eighteen Strokes as an example, then uses Xie He's Six Canons as a theoretical framework to analyze the inheritance factors of the Eighteen Strokes, deriving what factors need to be clear and explicit in the inheritance of Chinese painting. This paper analyses the inheritance factors of Eighteen Strokes, which aims to inherit Eighteen Strokes better and provide a more concrete research path for Eighteen Strokes.
Chinese Painting Stroke, Eighteen Strokes, Essential Factors, the Six Canons of Xie He
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