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Inscriptions on Silk Painting in Chinese Calligraphy

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Published on Aug 8, 2010

Inscribing Chinese silk paintings in semi-cursive, cursive, and standard styles of Chinese calligraphy during a concert. The silk paintings and placemats were sold by a vendor. Inscriptions were requested by the audience.

The "mass production" of Chinese silk paintings may be achieved by using 粉本 (a draft or preliminary sketch). That's why many of the silk paintings sold by this vendor look almost the same.
粉本 - 中國古代繪畫施粉上樣的稿本, 引伸為對一般畫稿的稱謂。
http://tieba.baidu.com/f?kz=479229717
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as...

A Chinese calligraphy 合書 (not a legitimate character to be found in dictionaries) consisting of the four characters such as 招 (incur or attract), 財 (wealth), 進 (enter), and 寶 (treasure) is often written to express a person's wish to become rich.
http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E5%90%...
http://www.findart.com.cn/50caa30b7f5...


Filename: InscriptionsOnChinesePainting-Aug6-2010-FluteConcert.wmv

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