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CALLIGRAPHY

The art of beautiful


handwriting.
Done with a brush
dipped in a black or
colored ink; oils are
not used.
Popular materials
which paintings are
made are paper and
silk.

CALLIGRAPHY
Vertical Scroll Lacquerware
Horizontal Scroll
TRIVIA!

Earliest known Chinese logographs (ancient


writing symbols) are engraved on the
shoulder bones of large animals and on
tortoise shell.
TRIVIA!

 Jiaguwen- shell-and-bone script


 Cangje- legendary inventor of Chinese
writing, got his ideas from observing animals’
footprints and birds’ claws on the sand.
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE
 East Asian temples and houses have
sweeping roofs because they believe
that it will protect them from the
elements of water, wind and fire.
 The figures at the tips are called roof
guards.

TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE


ARCHITECTURE
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

Straight Inclined
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

More economical for


common Chinese
architecture.

Straight Inclined
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

Multi- Inclined
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

Roofs with two or more


sections inclined. This
roofs are used for
residences of wealthy
Chinese.
Multi-inclined
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

Roofs with two or more


sections inclined. This
roofs are used for
residences of wealthy
Chinese.
Multi-inclined
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

Sweeping
TYPES OF ROOFS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE
ARCHITECTURE

• Have curves that rise


at the corners of the
roofs
• Usually reserved for
temples and palaces
• Found in homes of the
wealthy Chinese.

Sweeping
ACTIVITY 6: PAINTING OR NOT?
ACTIVITY 6: PAINTING OR NOT?

1. How was the picture produced? Painting, drawing,


etc.?
2. Describe the people in the picture.
3. Can this picture be on paper, fabric, board, etc. What
material was used?
4. What is the technique for printing text, images or
patterns on textiles or paper?
WOODBLOCK PRINTING

Technique for printing text, images, or patterns


used widely throughout East Asia.