Title: The Happy Brush
Publisher: University of Indianapolis Press
Publication Date: 2006
Binding: Perfect Paperback
Book Condition: Good
This is a former library book with library stickers and stamps. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001320828
Synopsis: In The Happy Brush, the mystery of Chinese Painting is not only lifted, but also made easy and fun. The interesting text and illustrations proceed from simple to profound, starting with brush, paint, and equipment selection, rush holding and manipulations, and moving eventually to thematic composition. This book is valuable to be used for contemporary Chinese painting education, as well as for Chinese cultural heritage promotion.
About the Author:
Chau Hang, born in 1962, learned Chinese painting from his father early in his childhood. In 1983, he immigrated to Hong Kong to study further under the guidance of his grandfather, Professor Chao Shao-an, a famous artist of the Lingnan school. He won the first prize of Hong Kong Youth Cultural & Art Competitions?Chinese Paintings in Open Section 1984, the silver prize of Hail Our Mother Country Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Competition '95 Beijing in 1995, and the special award of the First Festival of the Ministry of Foreign Economics and Trade Affairs of China in 1997. He has been invited to create the Chinese ink and wash by Invest HK?the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong Urban Renewal Authority, Hong Kong Childhood Injury Prevention and Research Association, and many other organizations
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