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Gallery 1: Classical Chinese Paintings Our Classical Chinese Paintings are museum-quality Chinese paintings in the style of famous old masters.
Our contemporary Chinese painters preserve the 1,500-year old tradition of the best artists in China: learning the methods of old masters by redefining their masterpieces. Most of the paintings presented in this gallery are painted on silk and mounted in traditional scroll format, either as a hand scroll or a hanging scroll. Each is the most refined in composition, exquisite in brushstrokes and aesthetic in presentation. Because each painting reflects how our artists avoid the two extremes of individualism and dull application of trditional painting methods. Instead, they follow the Six Principles established by the founder of Chinese art criticism, Xie He (500-535), to maximize the perfection of each work. A fine collection of even a few pieces of classical Chinese art says a lot about you. When you collect one of our famous classical Chinese paintings, you are participating in the most refined tradition of Chinese art. The value of each painting is guaranteed to increase as time flies by.
Gallery 2: Chinese Landscape Paintings Our Chinese Landscape Paintings are paintings after famous ancient Chinese painters. They are
created by some of China's most highly respected artists in Sichuan. These paintings clearly resemble the technique and brushstrokes exercised by ancient masters. Artists of traditional Chinese painting do not attempt to disguise the contemporary Chinese artist's interpretation of a classical subject matter, but aim to reflect the artistic accomplishment of the old master. Through the process of studying old masterpieces, our artists of traditional Chinese painting perpetuate the most important values in classical Chinese art.
The value of the paintings in this gallery has been increased significant in China in the past two years. However, we keep the price unchanged for you.
Gallery 3: Contemporary Chinese Art Unlike the work of other Chinese artists trained in traditional Chinese painting techniques, artists of
Contemporary Chinese Art use age-old materials and techniques to comment on the life of modern Chinese artists. As the paintings reflect on the position of the artist in modern society, these artists are reinterpreting Chinese art traditions and aesthetics as well. Many of them redefine Chinese artistic values through the innovative use of ink, line, and color. Vibrant in color, subtle and astute without being silent, creators of our Contemporary Chinese Art adopt a critical attitude toward the relation between self and society.
Gallery 4: Chinese Flower Paintings Our Chinese Flower Paintings include ancient Chinese painting genres such as bamboo, lotus, peony and plum.
Chinese symbolic flower paintings in particular stand at the emotional center of Chinese aesthetic culture. In modern society Chinese symbolic flower paintings are still interpreted as an expression of specific emotions and are given as gifts to convey a range of sentiments. For example, the bamboo personifies the sage; the plum signifies a dignified person and the dawn of spring or hope; the purity of the lotus is associated with the divine; the orchid represents a refined, noble, or beautiful person; and the peony is a symbol of wealth and good fortune.
Specials : Special Offers gives you a rare opportunity to buy one of our finest Chinese Paintings at a discount price.
Why travel to buy Chinese painting in China when you can choose from the very best selection of museum quality and 100% Hand-Painted Chinese paintings at Chinese Painting Gallery , a gallery owned and operated by a Chinese Painting Specialist with a Ph.D. in Chinese Art? Expertise, Originality and Value are Guaranteed!
Paintings presented in this gallery are priced far below their fair market value. We always believe that everybody should be able to afford a fine Chinese painting. A Chinese art lover should never be intimidated by the price of the painting he/she falls in love with. If you are still concerned, please Contact Us.