Inheritance and Development of Chinese Ancient Figure Painting and Modern Fashion Drawing

Xiaojin YANG

Abstract


Nowadays, with the rapid development of economy, people have growing requirements for clothing fashion, which have driven the development of clothing industry in China. However, opportunities and challenges usually coexist. The art of fashion drawing, which has the function of advertising and artistic appreciation etc., also faces great challenges because of this. Especially, with the rapid development of science and technology, it is an important problem worthy of further research and thinking to inherit and develop the Chinese ancient figure painting and modern fashion drawing and effectively combines the drawing skills of traditional Chinese painting with those of modern fashion drawing.


Keywords


Chinese ancient figure painting; Modern fashion painting; Inheritance; Development

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

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