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The Chinese art in the Republic of China (Taiwan) and that of overseas Chinese can also be considered part of Chinese art where it is based in or draws on Chinese heritage and Chinese culture.
Early "stone age art" dates back to 10,000 BC, mostly consisting of simple pottery and sculptures.
After this early period Chinese art, like Chinese history, is typically classified by the succession of ruling dynasties of Chinese emperors, most of which lasted several hundred years.
Chinese art has arguably the oldest continuous tradition in the world, and is marked by an unusual degree of continuity within, and consciousness of, that tradition, lacking an equivalent to the Western collapse and gradual recovery of classical styles.

DU Kun 杜昆, 1982 ~ Revels of the Rock Gods | Surrealist painter

The media that have usually been classified in the West since the Renaissance as the decorative arts are extremely important in Chinese art, and much of the finest work was produced in large workshops or factories by essentially unknown artists, especially in Chinese ceramics.
Much of the best work in ceramics, textiles, carved lacquer, and other techniques was produced over a long period by the various Imperial factories or workshops, which as well as being used by the court was distributed internally and abroad on a huge scale to demonstrate the wealth and power of the Emperors.
In contrast, the tradition of ink wash painting, practiced mainly by scholar-officials and court painters especially of landscapes, flowers, and birds, developed aesthetic values depending on the individual imagination of and objective observation by the artist that are similar to those of the West, but long pre-dated their development there.
After contacts with Western art became increasingly important from the 19th century onwards, in recent decades China has participated with increasing success in worldwide contemporary art. | © Wikipedia

Karl Bang, 1935 | Visionary /Fantasy painter

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Confucio /Hartwig Kopp-Delaney | Aforismi /Quotes
Mary Qian, 1973 | Impressionist painter
Liu Yuanshou, 1967 | Figurative Realist painter
Di Li-Feng ( 邸立丰),1958 | Figurative painter
Yan Pei-Ming, 1960 | Abstract Expressionism | Pop Art | Portrait painter
Qiang Huang, 1959 | Impressionist painter
Chen Yongle / 陳永樂, 1944
Fongwei Liu | Impressionist Figurative painter
Kelvin Lei, 1954 | Ballet dancers
Kelvin Lei, 1954 | Figurative painter
Hu JunDi / 胡峻涤, 1962 | Impressionist painter
Tan Jianwu / 谭建武, 1971 | Neoclassical painter
H. Momo Zhou, 1981 | Figurative painter
Fan Ho / 何藩 | Street photographer
Daniel Wall, 1965 | Winter painting
Stephen Pan 潘仲武, 1963 | Ballet dancers
Hua Chen, 1952 | Impressionist Figurative painter
Liu Yi, 1958 | Ballet dancers
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Zhang Jing Sheng 张京生, 1940 | Plein air /Palette knife painter
Karl Bang, 1935 | Visionary /Fantasy painter
Lui Liu 刘溢, 1957 | Surrealist painter
Ming Feng, 1957 | Impressionist painter
DU Kun 杜昆, 1982 ~ Revels of the Rock Gods | Surrealist painter
Zhao Kailin 赵开霖, 1961 | Figurative /Portrait painter
Hsin Yao Tseng, 1986 | Impressionist Cityscape /Figure /Portrait painter
Cai Yushui, 1963 | Ink wash Figurative painter
Xiao Song Jiang, 1955 | En plein air /Palette Knife painter
Alice X. Zhang, 1988 ~ Pop Art digital painter
Wang Zhongqi 王忠齐, 1958 ~ Symbolist painter
Vincent Xeus, 1980 ~ Figurative painter
Feng Chiang-Jiang / 冯长江, 1943
Jin Hongjun, 1937 ~ Traditional Chinese painter
Jiang Debin, 1963 ~ Lotus watercolor
Zhiwei Tu, 1951 ~ Romantic Impressionism painter
Jiang Guo Fang ~ Forbidden city
Po Pin Lin, 1970 ~ Impressionist Cityscape painter
Sculture di ghiaccio e Neve ad Harbin
Il Festival delle sculture di ghiaccio di Harbin
Tan Chun Chiu ~ Watercolor painter
Hsu Yin-Cheng / 許英正 | Abstract painter
Weizhen Liang, 1955
The Leshan Giant Buddha / Il Buddha gigante di Leshan
Santos Hu, 1955 | Surrealist painter
Eric Forlee, 1949 ~ Out of Africa
Chen Yifei ~ Chinese Romantic Realism painter
HongNian Zhang, 1947 ~ Chinese-born American painter
Peihang Huang, 1984 ~ The Pop Art of Barbie Doll
Daniel Wall, 1965 | Cityscape painter
Yuqi Wang 1958 ~ Portrait painter
Danhui Nai ~ Antique roses
Tony Chow ~ The Passion
Xing Jianjian, 1959 | Figurative Portrait painter
Helen Lam ~ Art Déco painter
Barry Yang ~ Children in art
Haixia Liu, 1962 ~ Impressionist painter
Stephen Pan 潘仲武, 1963 | Figurative painter
Zhang Yaxi 1968 ~ Urban sculptress
Wendy Ng ~ Abstract painter
James Wu
Xi Pan / 潘曦, 1971 | Figurative painter
Cao Yong, 1962 ~ Romantic cityscapes
Victor Wang | Symbolist / Figurative painter
Harbin Snow Sculpture Festival, 2012
Abraxsis Der Jen ~ Love stories in the Forbidden City
Jia Lu, 1954
Ling Jian / 凌健, 1963 | Pop Surrealism painter
Zhao Chun, 1970
Zhaoming Wu, 1955
龐卡 Pang Ka Karl Bang, 1935 | Visionary painter
Feng Chiang Jiang, 1943
Hsin Yao Tseng, 1986 | Impressionist portraits and figure
Zhao Kailin, 1961 | Figurative painter
Z.L. Feng, 1954 ~ Watercolor painter


L'arte Cinese nella Repubblica di Cina (Taiwan) e quella dei cinesi d'oltremare possono anche essere considerati parte dell'arte cinese dove si basa o si basa sul patrimonio cinese e sulla cultura cinese.
La prima "arte dell'età della pietra" risale al 10.000 aC, per lo più costituita da semplici ceramiche e sculture.
Dopo questo primo periodo l'arte cinese, come la storia cinese, è tipicamente classificata dalla successione delle dinastie regnanti degli imperatori cinesi, la maggior parte dei quali è durata diverse centinaia di anni.
L'arte cinese ha probabilmente la più antica tradizione continua del mondo, ed è caratterizzata da un insolito grado di continuità all'interno e dalla coscienza di quella tradizione, che manca di un equivalente al collasso dell'Occidente e al graduale recupero degli stili classici.
I media che sono stati generalmente classificati in Occidente sin dal Rinascimento come arti decorative sono estremamente importanti nell'arte cinese, e gran parte del lavoro più raffinato è stato prodotto in grandi officine o fabbriche di artisti essenzialmente sconosciuti, specialmente nelle ceramiche cinesi.
Gran parte del miglior lavoro in ceramica, tessuti, lacche intagliate e altre tecniche fu prodotta per un lungo periodo dalle varie fabbriche o officine imperiali, che oltre ad essere utilizzata dalla corte fu distribuita internamente e all'estero su vasta scala per dimostrare la ricchezza e il potere degli imperatori.
Al contrario, la tradizione della pittura ad inchiostro, praticata principalmente da studiosi e pittori di corte, in particolare di paesaggi, fiori e uccelli, ha sviluppato valori estetici a seconda dell'immaginazione individuale e dell'osservazione oggettiva dell'artista simili a quelli del Ovest, ma a lungo pre-datato il loro sviluppo lì.
Dopo che i contatti con l'arte occidentale divennero sempre più importanti dal 19 ° secolo in poi, negli ultimi decenni la Cina ha partecipato con crescente successo all'arte contemporanea mondiale.



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