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文房四宝 WÉN FÁNG SÌ BǍO. By Allison Lin. INK (MÒ) 墨. Ink is made from a mixture of ink and resin Commonly used in is made from pine soot, lacquer soot, and oil soot The importance of ink is to control the hue (form or appearance of color). BRUSH PEN (MÁO BÎ)  毛筆.

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W n f ng s b o

文房四宝 WÉN FÁNG SÌ BǍO

By Allison Lin


Ink m

INK (MÒ) 墨

  • Ink is made from a mixture of ink and resin

  • Commonly used in is made from pine soot, lacquer soot, and oil soot

  • The importance of ink is to control the hue (form or appearance of color)


Brush pen m o b

BRUSH PEN (MÁO BÎ)  毛筆

  • The tip is made from animal hair, such as goats and rabbits

  • Flexibility of the brush is the most unique characteristic, this allows one to manipulate the strokes

  • The brush allows the holder to create lines of varying thickness


Paper zh

PAPER (ZHÎ) 紙

  • Paper was invented in the Eastern Han Dynasty

  • It must be able to absorb ink quick and hold it well

  • Cannot be firm or smooth

  • Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese painting require different kinds of paper


Ink stone y n

INK STONE (YÀN) 硯

  • To use ink in a stick form a ink stone is required

  • “The stone used must be of relatively fine whetstone materials to facilitate the grinding of the ink without harming the bristles of the brush pen” (web.fccj.org)


Works cited

Works Cited

  • http://web.fccj.org/~achiang/calligraphy/fourtre.htm

  • http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hue

  • http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/whetstone

  • http://chineseartstore.com/catalog/images/cas-309-zodiac-calligraphy-brushes-set.jpg

  • http://www.acorn-planet.com/museum/fish.jpg

  • http://www.musclecars.net/parts/parts-images-large/56-sht-chinese-japanese-calligraphy-paper-24-grid-13239_370323022390.jpg


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