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Frontiers in Art Research, 2019, 1(4); doi: 10.25236/FAR.2019.010406.

Lines in My Eyes


Chen Shanyu

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Chen Shanyu

Baise College, Baise 533000, China


The development of line rhyme in art is mainly to integrate the aesthetic feeling of the line of various art categories to improve themselves and form their own unique artistic flowers. In human body painting, the charm of "line" can make the works have unique, rich, profound and rhythmic characteristics, expressing the painter's thoughts, aesthetics and emotions. Excellent human body painting should reveal the fluency of line rhyme, the abundant sense of line gas and the elegant style of line body. This paper first introduces the presentation of line rhyme in the works of different famous painters, and then introduces the author's choice of line rhyme as the main means of expression in his works, and the author's understanding of line rhyme and what kind of line rhyme is beautiful. Based on the theoretical research and analysis of different masters' understanding of line rhyme, this paper summarizes the author's understanding and understanding of line rhyme, and introduces how the author applies line rhyme to the picture, points out the influence of line rhyme on the picture effect of the author, and expresses the author's unremitting pursuit of concise and not simple picture effect.


Line Rhyme; Rhythm; Sense of Rhythm

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Chen Shanyu. Lines in My Eyes. Frontiers in Art Research (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 4: 30-37. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2019.010406.


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