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The art of Chinese painting is well known for it's history and it's unique style. Based on brush strokes it much resembles Chinese calligraphy. The tools remain the same, "the scholar's four treasures": the brush, the ink stick, the ink stone and the rice paper sheets.
The drawing is executed using a combination of straight or inclined brush strokes together with subtle variations of the brush to modify the stroke widths. In the same way, it is possible to obtain a series of shades by using part or the entire length of the hairs of the brush.
There are essentially three painting techniques:
- Gong Bi (brush work) executed on a non absorbent medium (paper or silk) suitable for precise and meticulous works.
- Xie Yi (to write, to express) executed on absorbent paper permits a free artistic expression of subjects with an emphasis on movement and spontaneous strokes.
- Mo Gu (boneless) characterizes a painting that comprises only coulours with no ink lines or contours.