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Han-era bronze horse Chinese art and Asian art in general can not be approached in the same way that Western art is. Asian artists in many cases are motivated by different forces and create art in accordance with different principals than Western artists. One of the first things that stands out about Chinese art is that there is so much more to it than painting and sculpture. Crafts and calligraphy occupy a place that is of equal if not greater importance than painting and sculpture.
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The beauty of nature has been celebrated in Chinese and Japanese culture throughout the ages, finding its expression in literature, music, Daoist and Buddhist beliefs, and the arts. Landscapes — expressions of the heart and mind. Li Huasheng b. Hanging scroll, ink and colour on paper. For literati artists from the Tang dynasty onwards, it was common practice to withdraw into nature, to contemplate its beauty and force. Chen Jialing b. A set of three mounted scrolls, ink on paper.
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As a Chinese decorative motif, the apple blossom is considered a symbol of feminine beauty. The fruit of the apricot is symbolic of the delicate grace and appeal of the female. The eyes of the Chinese beauties are often compared to the almond shaped seed within the fruit. Sung Tzu-ching, President of the Board Works and a celebrated author once wrote "The scholar has reaped the reward that is due, And homeward returns on his wearying steed; When the blossoming apricots come into view, He urges his charger to bear him with speed. In ancient China, archery was a very important requirement for hunting, warfare, and sport.