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The Comparison of Chinese Mineral Paintings of Wei, Jin, North-South Dynasties in the Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes and Kezier Cave

Author SunZuo
Tutor ZhangXiaoZuo
School Xiamen University
Course Fine Arts
Keywords Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes Kezier Cave Cultural diversity local culture
CLC K879.41
Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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The high technology and modern civilization has been more and more emphasized in the modern society. Under the influence from modern western countries, Chinese art contains more and more western aesthetic standards and sensibilities. However, in the 21st century, the culture of fast food and network prevailing, Chinese traditional art with its distinctive Chinese characteristics, unique perspective and pictorial representation, still becomes one of the bright stars in the magnificent art corridor in the world . The Chinese mineral paintings, as one of earliest cultural heritages, are very common in China, but it is too valuable to ignore.The thesis is to compare and analysis different styles, rules for the outline and materials of Chinese mineral paintings at the same period in the Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes and Kezier Cave, with regard to different environments, and the influence from cultural diversity and local culture. Also, the thesis is to discuss the inher itance, reference and reproduction of Chinese traditional mineral paintings in the modern mineral paintings.

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