PAINTING WITH FINGER AS REFLECTION OF CHINESE TRADITION SYNTHESIS WITH JAPANESE PAINTING IN IKE NO TAIGA’S CREATIVE WORK (1723-1776)
Cherdakova Ol'ga Igorevna St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after I. E. Repin
Abstract. The article is devoted to the peculiarities of painting with finger technique created on the basis of consecutive and systemic hair brush replacement with the artist’s finger that arose in China in the XVII th century and then became widespread in the Japanese painting of the XVIII th century. In this article the problem of painting with finger technique formation in the Japanese art is stated for the first time. In the Japanese artist Ike no Taiga’s creative work the establishment, formation and development of this technique are revealed by the example of the scrolls of 1745-1748 period.
Key words and phrases: æèâîïèñü ïàëüöåì, êèòàéñêàÿ æèâîïèñü, ÿïîíñêàÿ æèâîïèñü, Èêý íî Òàéãà, "áóíäçèíãà", painting with finger, Chinese painting, Japanese painting, Ike no Taiga, "Bunjinga".
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