Early Ch'ing Painting: Individualists by Lin Hsiu-fang

No. M068
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168 pages, Chinese

During the early Ch'ing period a small group of monks, now known as the Individualists, set out to create their own unique style of painting, rather than follow the prescribed method i.e. emulating great masters of the past. Their grand experiment resulted in a diverse, uninhibited style that had a formulative effect on the artists of the Yang-Chou School as well as modern Chinese painters. Subjects include landscapes with and without figures.

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