Jinhua scenery Si Tiaoping

Art Xu Changqing one of famouse Chinese paiting in Jinhua, flowers, birds, animals. Works of Chinese painting. In the painting a great breakthrough creation, formed its own artistic style of painting.

The Jinhua scenery include four location all located in Jinhua: Shuanglong cave, Binghu Falls, Niutou mountain, Dapan Mountain

Majestic mountains, twisted pine trees and almost ethereal water elements make for stunning scenery in this highly crafted display of natural beauty with vast and breathtaking views.

 Niutou Mountain Binghu falls Shuanglong cave scenery Dapan Mountain

Chinese painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world. Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy and is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink; oils are not used. As with calligraphy, the most popular materials on which paintings are made of are paper and silk. The finished work is then mounted on scrolls, which can be hung or rolled up. Traditional painting also is done in albums and on walls, lacquerwork, and other media.

The pairing of mountains and water is a classic example of Yin and Yang and is a practiced depiction of ancient Eastern philosophy. The flowing feminine water (Yin) and the solid masculine mountains (Yang) are opposing energies (Chi) that exist harmoniously. Depicted together they strike a balance that is deeply rooted in Taoist thought. As is typical in this style of Asian paintings, the mountains fade into the sky to illustrate the coming together of heaven and earth. The human elements are comparatively small in the landscape, showing natures overwhelming magnitude as well as the intrinsic role of humanity in the completeness of the universe. Repeated examinations of landscape paintings from the Orient reveal the same themes are found over and over again. The concepts of a balance and harmony are mainstays of eastern Philosophy, from Feng Shui to Zen to Buddhism.