A Study on the Development of the Metal Mural



With the progress of human civilization, the appearance and development of the metal mural have provided people with dissimilar aesthetic perceptions and played diverse roles in different historical periods. And the application of different metallic materials in designing and producing murals has extended people’s perceptions in production and living, enriched the modeling language and manifestations of murals, and put forward higher demands for the exploration and promotion of new technique and technology. While beatifying the environment, the metal mural also enhances the artistic value of its own and the practical significance of metals. Starting with elaborating the origin of the metal mural, this paper discusses its development situation and current problems, and then advances some views on its advancement and innovation.


The metal mural; Development; Present situation study

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


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