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  1. Chinese Art:Literati & Professional AVI3OI Ms. Kalinowski

  2. Literati Style Artists/Art Painted to please the “mind” • Produced by well-educated people • Civil servants going through intense exam to work for the government • Demonstrative of understanding of philosophy, literature, poetry, history, art • Learned from nature and cosmology • Preference of ink • Free, ‘sketchy’ brushwork • Use of poetry

  3. Methods of application and media

  4. Literati Style

  5. Literati Style White clouds like a scarf enfold the mountain’s waist; Stone steps hang in space-a long, narrow path. Alone, leaning on my cane, I gaze intently at the scene, And I feel like answering the murmuring brook with the music of my flute.

  6. Literati Style

  7. Literati Style

  8. Literati Style Wang Hui. A Thousand Peaks and Myriad Ravines. Qing Dynasty, 1693.

  9. Professional Style Artists/Art Painted to please the “eye” • Technically strong crafts people • Painted for commission • (for money, $$$ cha-ching! $$$) • Realistic looking subject matter • Use of diverse, illusionary, unusual colours • Elaborate design and detail • Preference of paint

  10. Professional Style

  11. Professional Style Qiu Ying. Section of Spring Dawn in the Han Palance. Ming Dynasty, 1500-1550.

  12. Professional Style Yun Shouping. Amaranth. Qing Dynasty, 1633-1690.

  13. Literati Style/Professional Style *This style eventually became accepted as ‘court art’ and was produced by Professional Artists

  14. Roy Lichtenstein • Mid-20th Century Pop Artist • Re-Interpreted Chinese Art (painted landscapes) with his own unique style • Used trademark “Ben-Day” dots • Minimalist aesthetic • A familiar subject matter (Chinese landscapes) produced in an unfamiliar style (Pop art)

  15. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Landscape with Seated Figure, 1996

  16. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Landscape with Scholar’s Rock, 1997

  17. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Landscape with Rock, 1997

  18. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Landscape with Bridge, 1996

  19. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Vista with Bridge, 1996

  20. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Landscape in Fog, 1996

  21. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of Chinese Painting… Various Chinese-Style Landscapes

  22. Literati Style -Bamboo symbolismmeans longevity and courage. Bamboo does not break in the wind and is flexible, yet durable. -Chrysanthemum symbolismmeans endurance. Chrysanthemum blooms when other flowers have faded and brings colours in the winter. -Orchid symbolismmeans grace and rejuvenation. Orchids bloom in the spring. -Plum Blossommeans hope and endurance. Plum blossoms continue to emerge and bloom during the winter.

  23. The Four Gentlemen - Bamboo Bamboo symbolismmeans longevity and courage. Bamboo does not break in the wind and is flexible, yet durable.

  24. The Four Gentlemen - Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum symbolismmeans endurance. Chrysanthemum blooms when other flowers have faded and brings colours in the winter.

  25. The Four Gentlemen - Orchid Orchid symbolismmeans grace and rejuvenation. Orchids bloom in the spring.

  26. The Four Gentlemen – Plum Blossom Plum Blossommeans hope and endurance. Plum blossoms continue to emerge and bloom during the winter.

  27. Roy Lichtenstein’s Interpretation of “The Four Gentlemen”… Flowers with Bamboo, 1996