Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950’s

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Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's

Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's
TRANH DAN GIAN VIETNAM FOLK ENGRAVING VIETNAMESE ART PAINTING 1950’S. This is a very rare collection of Twelve Vietnamese folk engraving on handmade papers in the original folder. Undated, circa 1950’s. Folder some stains, rubbing marks. Engraving clean in overall good condition. Folder size: 16×12 inch, 40x30cm. Engraving size: 14.5×10 inch, 37x25cm. Please have a look at my other listings. Vietnamese folk painting has a very long history, once had a very strong development time, today it is somewhat reduced but is still preserved and preserved in some craft villages and some painting families. There are basically two main types of paintings: Tet paintings and worship paintings. The reason they appeared very early is because it has two main types, Tet paintings and worship paintings, which appeared almost at the same time with the Vietnamese ancestor worship and the deification of natural phenomena. During the Ly Dynasty (12th century), families or even an entire village specialized in woodcarving and painting. In the early Le period, the printing and engraving of paintings was further absorbed by Chinese printing board engraving techniques and after entering Vietnam, it was further improved accordingly. Along with that, the division of folk paintings appeared more and more clearly. In the Mac Dynasty (16th century), a special change occurred, folk paintings were no longer the exclusive product of poor farmers, but were favored by the aristocracy in Thang Long citadel. Like, often used on the occasion of the Lunar New Year. In the 18th – 19th centuries, folk paintings gradually entered a period of stability and strong development. The profession of painting has spread widely throughout most of the country. Along with that is the division, new lines of paintings appear, named according to the place of production, which have their own styles. The unique features of each line of paintings are shown right from the painting process as well as in each line of the painting. That’s the difference between printing board engraving techniques, drawing techniques, painting materials, ways of mixing and creating colors… Features Although Vietnamese folk paintings have many different lines, they are generally modeled in the style of drawing lines, taking color patches and covering the whole picture. The elements in the painting do not have a fixed point of view, but most are designed to be viewed moving, from many different angles. The same goes for coloring, it’s all about making the picture look good. How to draw and print Because the characteristics of folk paintings are to serve the people’s spiritual and cultural life, worship, and decorate for the New Year, it is necessary to have a large quantity but the price is not expensive. That’s why the painter used the method of carving planks and then copied out many pictures. In general, the way to print paintings is mainly using engraved boards. The carved boards are mainly made of wood. First, the artist will engrave on a wooden block with embossed lines showing the main lines of the painting, later when printing the picture on paper, the painter continues to paint to complete the picture, and for some simple paintings, Simply put, the worker does not need to paint any more, but the picture is presented when the print is complete. The art of printing pictures through embossed woodblocks appeared from ancient times, handed down from generation to generation. In addition to the lines of paintings using the engraving method, there are also hand-painted paintings by artists. This direct painting method is mainly used in ethnic minority areas in the northern mountainous areas such as Tay, Nung, Dao… Materials and coloring for paintings Paintings are usually printed or drawn directly on paper. The most common type of paper used by paintings is dó paper. From this type of paper can make scallop paper, the type of paper that Dong Ho paintings use to print images. The characteristics of this type of paper are very high durability, but light foam, not smudge when writing and drawing, less susceptible to termites, or brittle, damp. With very high moisture-proof properties, dó paper helps the paintings not to be moldy, lasting at the same time. Each line of paintings often has its own way of creating and mixing colors, but in general, the colors for the paintings are often created from simple and rustic materials by many different methods. For example, in Dong Ho paintings, there are usually only 3 to 4 colors, the colors are made up of: Charcoal creates black color, Copper rust creates a blue color, Flowers make red, Indigo leaves create a cool green color, The warm yellow color comes from the flowers or fruits of gardenia. Iridescent white, use finely crushed sea scallop shells The black color of the picture is made from the ash of glutinous rice straw or bamboo leaf ashes that are burned and brewed. Yellow also comes from flowers, The lipstick color of crushed hill gravel. Those colors are mixed with the traditional glue solution to give Dong Ho paintings a shiny and clear look. + Colors in Hang Trong paintings: usually only 3 to 5 colors, colors are used to paint. The composition of the painting Most folk paintings are painted according to the concept of “living” rather than “like”. The lines of each picture are very refined and pure, in order to give the viewer an aesthetic vibe rather than a legal drawing. Theme and content of folk paintings Due to being born to meet the cultural and spiritual needs of the people, closely associated with the daily life of the people in the countryside, the subject matter of the painting is very rich. The paintings reflect from what is closest and closest to the people to the sacred and noble things in the worship paintings. Nom stories such as Truyen Kieu and Nhi Do Mai are also used as picture subjects. In the story of Kieu, there is a scene where three sisters go to the grave to meet Kim Trong. Nhi Do Mai painted a scene of Hanh Nguyen going to the Ho sewer. Folk topics such as: toads, mice, chickens, coconut picking, jealousy, carrying drums, wrestling… Coexist with topics such as Phu Quy, To Nu… The history of Vietnam is also a topic that is mentioned a lot in folk paintings, such as: Mrs. Trung Trac rode an elephant in battle, Ngo Quyen fought against the Southern Han army, Dinh Bo Linh rehearsed flags… The content of the paintings is also very rich and diverse. Each picture has its own meaning of life, expressing many angles of people’s moods, carrying in it the aspirations of the people, from simple wishes to noble things. It can be a farmer’s wish for a prosperous life with the expression of the painting “Mother and herd of pigs”, or the expression of a man’s indomitable will with the colorful “Rooster painting”. And majestic, and it also represents the 5 precious virtues of human beings: literature (beauty – crested), dance (toughness – spurts), humanity (love of one’s neighbor – when you find the bait, you always call) flock to eat together, brave (strength – meet the enemy, then resolutely resist), trust (daily tell the right time). Chicken paintings are so beautiful and meaningful, so poet Doan Van Cu wrote in the poem Cho Tet: “The kids are still looking at the chicken picture / Forgetting the sister on the side of the road calling”. The painting “Rat Wedding” is a vivid and witty proof of the strong and weak relationship in society. Rats getting married must take care of the cat’s tribute, begging the cat to leave the wedding alone. Although expressed in many different forms, folk paintings of all lines have the same thing: always upholding beauty, upholding human morality, educating good qualities and wishing for good things. In terms of content, Vietnamese folk paintings can be divided into 4 groups: Worship paintings: a large proportion is devoted to folk painting centers. Used in pagodas, temples, palaces, and people’s houses to guard, exorcise, and ward off evil spirits “Vu Dinh – Thien At”, “Tien Tai – Tien Loc”, “Tao quan – Tho Cong”, “Nguoi” Tiger… Painting of Sinh (Hue), Do The (Southern Bo) villages – according to superstition to burn the lives of the living; Congratulation paintings: mainly Tet paintings “Chicken – Pig”, “That Dong”, “Tam Da”… ; Paintings of daily life: rich, fun, sometimes mildly satirical “Four quarters”, “Four people”, “Fighting jealousy”, “Gathering coconuts”… ; Illustrated – history: selected for interesting description “The Tale of Kieu”, “Treat – Toad”, “Ba Trieu riding an elephant”, Ngo Quyen, Tran Hung Dao… Main lines Along with the changes of the country, folk paintings too, there are many lines of paintings appearing. There are lines of paintings that develop strongly, but there are also lines of paintings that quickly disappear. Today, although time has faded, folk paintings are no longer at their peak, but the great values???? Of each line are still there, as a testimony of Vietnamese society. Once upon a time, it will forever be the heritage of the Vietnamese nation. There are a number of main lines of folk paintings that once flourished and are still partially preserved today, such as: Dong Ho folk painting (Bac Ninh) Hang Drum Painting (Hanoi) Painting Kim Hoang (Ha Tay) Painting of Sinh village (Hue) Dong Ho folk paintings Read the article: Dong Ho Painting Play blindfolded catching goats Referring to Vietnamese folk paintings, it is impossible not to mention Dong Ho woodcarvings. This line of paintings was born around the 17th century and developed until the first half of the 20th century, then gradually declined. Bringing in its own quintessence with great cultural values. The differences of this line of paintings compared to other paintings are shown from stages such as drawing samples, different prints, production and color processing to printing and painting. This is a line of woodcarving paintings, using wooden boards to print pictures, the picture has as many colors as it can print. This series of paintings has a very rich theme, it reflects almost everything that happens in life, daily activities as well as social relationships in the Northern countryside. From the most rustic things like picking coconuts, beating jealousy, roosters… To worshiping pictures: Phu Quy, Nhan Nghia… Due to the close subject matter, Dong Ho paintings were well received by the people and soon entered their cultural life. Whenever Tet comes, it seems that most families in the northern countryside have a few sheets of Dong Ho paintings hanging. Over time, with the strength it carries, Dong Ho painting increasingly spread to the surrounding areas, so that it has become an indispensable part of the people’s spiritual and cultural life. Although it has been forgotten for a while, this line of paintings still retains its great value today. Dong Ho paintings still exist as a cultural symbol of the Vietnamese people. Works: Hen, Ba Trieu, Thach Sanh, Catching coconut, Chicken Dai Cat, Mouse wedding Hang Trong paintings Read the article: Hang Drum Painting Paintings to worship the Five Tigers Hang Trong paintings are a line of folk paintings made mainly in the streets of Hang Trong, Hang Non… This line of paintings has many distinctive points compared to other folk paintings. In general, Hang Trong paintings are somewhat more prominent in the worshiping genre, due to the influence of Buddhism and Taoism, with relatively simple images that show elaborate ability, never lacking a nuance of majesty. The paintings are shaped neither like modern paintings nor classical paintings. With the main colors of blue, pink, sometimes with green, red, orange, yellow… The ratio is created not exactly with the standard formula but just so that it is convenient and good-looking. Unlike Dong Ho paintings, it is not printed all with engraved boards, but only “half” is printed, the main lines are printed and then painted again, specifically, the technique of Hang Trong painting combines black lines from woodblock prints, with hand coloring, using a soft pen to wipe the water, always creating subtle dark and light gradations that make the colors very flexible. Works: Five Tigers, Blindfolded, Catching Goats, Country Market, Buddha Ba Guan Yin Paintings of the Golden Emperor Read the article: Painting of Kim Hoang Kim Hoang painting is a painting product born from the merger of Kim Bang and Hoang Bang villages in the 22nd Chinh Hoa year (1701). Villagers often make paintings from the full moon of the 11th lunar month to the Lunar New Year. The difference of this line of paintings is that it does not use scanning paper like Dong Ho paintings but also does not use transparencies like Hang Trong paintings but prints on Red paper, Hong Dieu paper or Yellow Chinese paper. Sinh village paintings Read the article: Sinh village painting Painting in Sinh village (located on the banks of the Perfume River, Hue) was born unknowingly, and the village’s paintings mostly serve the worship of people throughout the region. Sinh village paintings are mainly religious paintings. With more than 50 painting themes reflecting ancient beliefs, people worship paintings to pray for peace and prosperity… The paintings have many different sizes, corresponding to different printing and drawing styles. In large-format printing, place the engraving on its back on the ground, use a spreader, which is a piece of dried coconut shell, to smash one end, and paint it black on the printed board. Then cover the paper on top, use a loofah to rub the color and then peel the paper off. Black prints wait to dry, then color them. Although the paint colors of Sinh village paintings are not trimmed and darkened like Hang Trong paintings, each color has a fixed place on the picture, creating a harmony that matches the meaning of each picture. The highlight of Sinh village’s paintings is that the lines and layout are still rudimentary and innocent. But its most unique feature is the coloring. Only then will the artist be free to follow the natural imagination. 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T · Hoa dào · Hoa mai · Lì xì · Mâm ngu qu? · Pháo hoa · Tràng pháo · Tranh T? T Liên quan: Ðu? Prunus persica (Nhat Tan) 4. T Nguyên tiêu · T? T Thanh minh · T? U nhi · Vu-lan · T? T Trung thu · T? U Tiên · T? T Kho-me · T? T Lào · T? T Thái · T? T Ba Tu · T? T Do Thái giáo · T? Liên quan Nam m? I · Giao th? T niên · Ðêm tr? This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “levant-fair” and is located in this country: IL. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: vietnam
  • Style: Folk Art
  • Material: Paper & Papier Mache
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Type: Paintings
  • Year: 1960’s
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Subject: Animals

Tranh Dan Gian Vietnam Folk Wood Engraving Vietnamese Art Painting 1950's