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Lights vs. Colors--The Portrait Painting Creation Research by Wu Ci Ming
lights vs. colors
During the developed process of the art history in the Western Europe, the portrait paintings could be the important subject matters. The researcher tried to consider styles and techniques of portrait painting expression in different periods and factions so as to develop morepainting creation research and to explore the personal artistic form in art presentation. The Humanism in the Renaissance period provided the new creation arena for the artists. Following the Atmospheric Perspective of Leonardo da Vinci, artists conducted the chiaroscuro of the stereogram world. In Baroque period, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio raised the revelation of the lights, and the expression of portrait paintings showed more vividly thus. As for the Impressionism, artists explored optics principles to analyze colors. Henceforth, the colors of paintings were conveyed more brilliantly. For hundreds of years long, the western artistic ways of thinking and techniques last and innovated abundantly. Xu Bei Hong, a Chinese artist, tried to combine western plastic arts with Chinese painting image to represent portrait paintings with oriental beauty which assimilated the distinguishing characteristic between the eastern and the western arts. Also, based on his own esthetic point of view, he tried to interpret the concepts of modern portrait paintings realistically. The researcher tried to convey lights vs. colors to create portrait paintings within the natural light and extend a new possible of concrete art. Moreover, the researcher hopes this painting research can reach the goal as more various appearances of portrait paintings for the sincere art reference ever afterwards.
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