Ming Dynasty

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Paintings Chinese painting developed greatly from the painted art during the earlier Song Dynasty. All of the painting techniques that were invented and developed before the Ming period became classical. Some color was actually used in paintings, but seal brown became much more widely used, and even over-used during this period. “New painting techniques were innovated and developed.” Calligraphy was closely and perfectly combined with the art of painting, and calligraphy itself became art. Chinese painting reached another climax in the mid-, late- Ming Dynasty, when the painting was derived in a broad scale, many new schools were born, and many outstanding masters emerged. QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Early Ming Paintings (1368-1505) “The painting schools of the Yuan Dynasty still remained in the early Ming period but quickly declined or changed their styles.” The painting styles from the Yuan period still heavily influenced the early Ming paintings. However, new schools of painting were born. Zhejiang School and the school that the royal court supported (Yuanti School) were the main schools during this period. “The scholar-artist style of painting (Renwen Painting, in Chinese: M& &) became more popular.” These two new schools were strongly influenced by both the Yuan scholars and artists, and the Southern Song painting academy. QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Middle Ming Paintings (1465-1566) Both of the dominant, classical schools, Zhejiang and Yuanti, declined. “Wumen School became the most dominant school nationwide.”
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