Chinese art

Discussion in 'Photographic Aesthetics and Composition' started by Daniel_OB, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. Daniel_OB

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    Just moving through some of my old papers on art history. No many pages on Chinese art. However I just noticed I never saw a sculpture of whole human body in chinese art. On side teracotes from war time, but I think about faithfullness as in e.g. roman sclpture, or any other western country. Some Eastern countries, e.g. Russia are limited to sculpture as an idol defined in The Bible, so I can understant it. But how about Chinese art. I can guess the reason if no human's sculture is made in Chinese art but anyone here with wider knowledge on the matter.

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