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Phantom of the Nine Dragons’ Master

By Mariusz Schmerdt / 02/05/2012 /

A Western dragon was often associated with evil and ferocity, whereas an Asian dragon was characterized as wise and benevolent.,some features and attributed

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Widmo Mistrza Dziewięciu Smoków

By Mariusz Schmerdt / 02/05/2012 /

Niezależnie czy to w Europie czy Azji, od czasów starożytnych aż do dzisiaj różne interpretacje smoków powstawały na różne okazje. Co jest interesujące to

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Tusche-Spuren einer Herumstreifenden Drachenseele

By Antje Goldflam / 29/01/2012 /

Die Kunst der Tusche malerei (墨絵, すみえ, sumi-e), eine Kunstform heimisch in Kulturen des Fernen Ostens (hauptsächlich China und Japan), wird als ziemlich

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Ink Traces of the Wandering Dragon Spirit

By Ponte Ryūrui / 21/01/2012 /

The art of ink painting (墨絵, すみえ, sumi-e), being a discipline native to Far Eastern cultures (mainly China and Japan), is rather exotic in Poland, my

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Ślady Tuszu Wędrującej Duszy Smoka

By Ponte Ryūrui / 21/01/2012 /

Sztuka malowania tuszem (墨絵, すみえ, sumi-e) wywodząca się z kultur dalekiego wschodu (głównie Chin i Japonii) jest w Polsce raczej egzotyczna, zwłaszcza dla

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The Sun of Vast Skies – a calligraphy seal. Part II

By Ponte Ryūrui / 09/01/2012 /

The art of seal pressing is a vital part of both calligraphy and ink-painting. Without knowledge of how and what kind of seal to press, one can never be

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Far Eastern Calligraphy – is it written or drawn?

By Ponte Ryūrui / 24/06/2011 /

Chinese and Japanese calligraphy is created with a brush, on a white sheet of paper that could be seen as a canvas. In opposition to the Western calligraphy, Far Eastern calligraphy is not a craft, but an art.

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