For the second album of Mr Ip Chit Hoo 葉哲豪老師 Chinese Landscape Painting Demonstration, items 3, 7 and 8 are missing. The remaining items are shown below.

  1. After Jing Hao 荆浩

 Jing Hao 荆浩 (c. 855-915) was a landscape artist and theorist of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in Northern China.  Jing insisted that the type of brushstroke used in a painting must correspond to the inner nature of the object being depicted, for example, rocks must be painted with broad, hard brush strokes, flowers with delicate, thin brush strokes, etc. An artist must strive for harmony between form and spirit.

B1c

 

B1

2.  After Juran 巨然

Juran (10th century) was a landscape artist of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. Very little is known about Juran’s life, not even his family name (Juran is his Buddhist name). He is famous for his mountains of rounded contours and soft brushstrokes of Hemp-fibre Ts’un (披麻皴).

B2c

B2

4.  After Huang Gongwang 黃公望

Huang Gongwang 黃公望 (黄子久) (1269–1354) was the oldest of the “Four Masters of the Yuan Dynasty”. He is famous for his Hemp-fibre Ts’un (披麻皴).

Huang Gongwang “Dwelling in the Funchun Mountains” 富春山居圖 (長卷) is one of the most important masterpieces of Chinese landscape paintings throughout history. (Please see http://www.npm.gov.tw/exh100/fuchun/ch_02.html)

B4c

B4

5.  After Wang Meng 王蒙

Wang Meng 王蒙 (c. 1308 – 1385) was an important artist during the Yuan Dynasty. He is famous for his Ox Hair Ts’un (牛毛皴). Wang Meng was one of the “Four Masters of the Yuan Dynasty”.

B5c

B5

 

6.  After Ni Zan 倪瓚

Ni Zan 倪瓚 (倪雲林)(1301–1374) was an important artist during the Yuan and early Ming periods. He is famous for his Bent Ribbon Ts’un (折帶皴). Ni Zan was one of the “Four Masters of the Yuan Dynasty”.

B6c

B6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Request

If anyone has items 3, 7 and 8 of this Second Album, please email patrick.i.siu@gmail.com

Thank you very much.

 

 

 

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