[Stationery Recycling] Pen drawing: the art of jumping on the nib
Pen drawing outlines humanity and nature on paper. This art that jumps on the tip of the pen is closely related to people's lives, but it is rarely perceived by people. Not long ago, the 3rd National Pen Painting Exhibition was held in Tianjin Museum. The writer of stationery recycling had the honor to watch and appreciate these excellent works, and felt the harmonious theme and the charm of art. Pen drawing is a relatively ancient type of Western painting. It has been in our country for nearly a hundred years... Pen drawing outlines humanity and nature on paper. This art of jumping on the tip of the pen is closely related to people’s lives, but It is rarely perceived by people. Not long ago, the Third National Pen Painting Exhibition was held in Tianjin Museum. The writer of stationery recycling had the honor to watch and appreciate these excellent works, and felt the harmonious theme and the charm of art. Pen painting is a relatively old type of Western painting, and it has a history of nearly a hundred years in our country. In the 1950s after the liberation, pen drawing gradually incorporated some sketching concepts and was adopted by books, newspapers, magazines and comic strips, and made great contributions to the promotion of socialist construction on various fronts. Since the 1980s, the spring breeze of reform and opening up has injected new vitality and vitality into the development of pen painting. Pen painting has been widely used in hand-painted architectural renderings, environmental art design, industrial modeling, advertising decoration and other practical art in China. middle. In the past ten years, the appearance of Chinese pen paintings has been completely new, and the ideological, artistic, and appreciation of the works have reached an unprecedented height. Pen painting has entered a colorful world. The huge work 'Salute' in the center of the exhibition is based on the most touching photograph during the Wenchuan earthquake. The young pioneer Lang Zheng salutes the uncle of the People's Liberation Army who rescued him from the ruins. The painter uses delicate brushwork and coordination. The lines perfectly portray children and soldiers. A color pen painting next to Furong Town, the colors of yellow, green, and red are integrated and coordinated with each other. The stationery recycling portrays this ancient town, which is famous for the movie starring Liu Xiaoqing, in detail. Small vendors, Walkers, tourists, and bearers are on paper, making people feel the vitality brought to the town by the tide of the market economy. And 'Porch' takes the visitors to the mysterious, remote and ancient snow-covered plateau. In the picture, in the distance is the majestic Potala Palace, and in front of them are three smiling Tibetan women, still in their infancy. Baby. It can be seen from the exquisite accessories on their heads and the expensive Tibetan robes on the collection of stationery that the good policies of the party have brought a happy and prosperous life to the Tibetans, and the snow-covered plateau is constantly glowing with vitality. Among all the works, the most eye-catching is Hong Kong pen painter Mr. Li Qiangsheng’s 'Morning in Tuojiang: Ancient City of PhoenixIt has become the most expensive pen painting work in China, and it has set a record for the price of new pen paintings in China. The success of the first auction of the painting shows that Chinese new pen paintings have been listed in the elegant hall of international auctions. To a certain extent, it marks a new trend in the diversification of China’s current art. It also shows that pen paintings have grown since childhood. The transition from mass market to mass market. Among the more than 240 works displayed in the pen-and-ink exhibition, there are sketch paintings, color paintings, stationery recycling, cartoon paintings, and craft decoration paintings. The connotation of socialism and the construction of a harmonious society, the rigor of creation and the high level of art, can represent the pinnacle of contemporary pen and ink art. The perception of nature and the harmonious connotations expressed in each work tells people that although life is great, it is ourselves that can make us eternal.