Problems and Strategies of the Inscriptions of Contemporary Chinese Paintings

Chuxiao TANG


Inscription is used as an important artistic means to enhance the expressiveness of the traditional Chinese paintings. With the change of the social and cultural life as well as the knowledge structure, there are some new features in the development of contemporary Chinese paintings. The importance of the inscription is neglected in most times, and there is also growing concern in the capacity of contemporary painters when it comes to inscription. For example, most painters just inscribe their names in paintings, and a variety of the styles of the inscriptions in traditional painting are on the verge of loss, which is aggravated by the sketch-based teaching system of Contemporary Chinese painting. For analyzing the problems existed in the Chinese paintings, this paper tries to find and propose solutions to provide some reference for the healthy development of contemporary Chinese paintings.


Contemporary; Chinese paintings; Inscription; Problems; Strategies

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