Master Sun Zhonghua’s Daqingshan Paintings

by admin on 2011/11/06

These are two pictures of Master Sun Zhonghua’s latest oil paintings on the subject of Daqingshan. The first one depicts a section of the ancient Ju State (?-431 B.C.) Great Wall. These are remains on the current Daqingshan site. The second one depicts a scene of the oak trees on Daqingshan. 

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KT November 7, 2011 at 7:59 am



Pavel Codl November 7, 2011 at 8:25 am

wow, amazing!!!


Niko November 7, 2011 at 11:06 am

Last year, when i visited Master Sun in Beijing i was very impressed by his paintings. Thanks again for the invitation.


Calvin Chow November 7, 2011 at 8:34 pm

For me, this is a Taiji style painting by a Taiji practitioner. The far away empty sky and the front solid stone ground stretch out and repelling from each other as Yin and Yang. The middle still oak trees stand still. This is a statement of Yin Yang Separation. The path as appears in a lot of Chinese paintings leaves imagination to where is it leading to, or else a destination not determined. The Taiji practitioner keeps on searching and searching…


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