Chinese style painting. The painter started with splashing ink and colors method, also known as "ink and wash style" described by Gao Yanqun in an article "Chinese spirit of ink and wash paintings", and completed with fine details.
This painting depicts the creeks in the mountains. An example of profound contrast in nature and in philosophy, between the hard rocks that represent eternity and the flowing water that represents one of the ever-changing moments. The pine trees in the foreground seem to be in converse with the distant hook of moon in the background, suggesting a faint sense of Zen...
103 cm x 102 cm (approximated 40.5x40 inches, unframed). Painted in 1991.
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|Borhigit, Haobisi (Ink on Paper)One of the most prominent artists in China, Borhigit is known for his exotic desert scenes and methodical interpretation of trees, flowers and wildlifes.|