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Cultural Heritage Inheritor Innovates Porcelain-painting Techniques in NE China

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Liu Jingtao mixes pigments for her paintings on November 14. [Xinhua/Pan Yulong]

 

An inheritor of intangible cultural heritage in Dandong, northeast China's Liaoning Province, has been promoting the development of traditional culture for the past decades by carrying forward porcelain-making and painting techniques.  


From an early age, Liu Jingtao has started to inherit her family's craft of Chinese Cloisonne, a famous type of enamel-painted porcelain that originated in Beijing. 


Nowadays, she makes her exquisite paintings to be displayed in decorative frames.


"Making a painting includes a dozen complex processes. The method requires a painter to have outstanding skills and devote plenty of time and energy to complete it," Liu said.

 

Liu Jingtao (R) guides painters in her studio on November 14. [Xinhua/Pan Yulong]

A painter works in the studio on November 14. [Xinhua/Pan Yulong]

A painter carries out a process in the studio on November 14. [Xinhua/Pan Yulong]

 

(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)


http://www.womenofchina.cn/womenofchina/html1/people/artists/1812/1128-1.htm


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