On the Cultural Difference and Performance in the Modernization Process of Chinese and Japanese Painting for the Twentieth Century

Xiaoguang LI

Abstract


China and Japan have a long history in the communication of the two countries’ culture and arts. Chinese drawing and Japanese drawing, belonging to the eastern Asian art circle, share common aesthetic tendency and cultural identity and affect, enrich each other during the process of mutual exchange and absorption, and stand in the worldwide national arts in parallel. The modern Japanese drawing, based on the absorption of Chinese traditional drawing and western drawings, forms its own distinct national characteristics, diffuses along with the culture and arts communication and brings enlightenment and influences on the modern development, transition and research.


Keywords


Chinese drawing; Modern Japanese drawing; Transformation of modernization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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