Abstract Language in Chinese Contemporary Landscape Oil Painting
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Abstract language takes intuition and imagination as the starting point of creation, and rejects any symbolic, literary and illustrative expressions. Abstract language itself is part of painting, which is a language that cannot be avoided in painting.
This paper analyzes how Chinese contemporary landscape oil painters Hong Ling and Ren Chuanwen use abstract language extensively in oil paintings to construct pictures through abstract elements to realize the artist's self-emotional expression. At the same time, it also analyzes how abstract language and concrete language coexist, and their relationship.
Abstract language; Landscape oil painting; Techniques