Chinese Arts

Chinese art captures the natural beauty of this mysterious and diverse country. Famous for traditional ink wash painting, it often features landscapes, mountains, flowers and birds. We built the online gallery to present you with traditional and modern Chinese contemporary art that captures the cultural, bold colours and strong forms. Click on introduction to know more Chinese painting and artist.


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Chinese Painting

Chinese painting is one of the oldest artistic traditions in the world and has been developed continuously over six thousands years. It is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink and painted on paper or silk. The finished work can be mounted on scrolls, such as hanging scrolls or handscrolls [1]. The two main techniques in Chinese painting are: Gong-bi meaning "meticulous", uses highly detailed brushstrokes that delimits details very precisely; Ink and wash painting, in Chinese Shui-mo also loosely termed watercolour or brush painting, and also known as "literati painting" [1].

Ref. 1. “Chinese painting”, Wikipedia,


Artist - Dawei Hao

Born at 1959, Shandong Province China

Mr. Dawei Hao is a national certified Artist in Painting based in China, professor of Guangzhou University Arts faculty and a member of The Guangdong artists Association. There were many unforgettable paintings in his works. He normally focus on traditional Chinese realistic painting. Following paintings: "Spring in February", "Red October" and "Champion and Juan Antonio Samaranch" have been awarded in national arts exhibitions and competitions.

See his painting in GALLERY.

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