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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Six Principles of Painting as Applied to Works of Art. It needs to be at least 1750 words.
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Six Principles of Painting as Applied to Works of Art. It needs to be at least 1750 words. The paper "The Six Principles of Painting as Applied to Works of Art" will discuss the six principles and highlight artworks that use each of the principles. The first principle of art that Xie described was that of spirit resonance rhythm and breath. Xie highlighted that artists who qualified gave life to their art pieces. According to Xie, a painting needed to have life so that it could have an impact on the viewer. In his view, work that did not have any spirit resonance or rhythm was useless and dead. Symbolically, Xie described a viewer seeing the art of an artist as practically taking in the artist’s breath. One of the Chinese paintings that reflect this principle is Emperor Huizong’s artwork titled Auspicious Cranes. The work was 112.5 × 138.2 cm in size. It belonged to the Liaoning Provincial Museum in Shenyang. Emperor Huizong was a leader of his dynasty, but who exhibited an artistic talent. Despite the need to focus on leadership issues, he found time to practice the art. In this painting, he was striving to depict a poetic idea. An inscription on the painting depicted the idea he sought to communicate. The poem described how immortal birds appeared next to clouds in an effort to announce good tidings. In the poem, he highlighted that the birds arranged themselves in twos forming a noble arrangement. The painting depicted 20 white cranes, forming a design above the sky, which appeared as though it was just above the city gates. From the poem next to the painting, it became evident that Huizong.