Hand drawn on furniture, antiques, Chinese, Tibetan art

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Hand drawn on furniture, antiques, Chinese, Tibetan art

Postby antiquescn09 » Tue Nov 02, 2010 7:25 am

People like hand paintings by artists. And also like hand drawn arts, stuff. For example the hand drawn furniture, bags, cushions, table runners, shoes.

The Tibetan hand drawn furniture with Tangka content paintings are welcome by people around the world. A lot of religion figures, people, animal are hand drawn on furniture by artists mainly from Tibet. They often take a few days or even a few months to finish a super hand drawn works on furniture or cloth, etc. They are deep in the content of the painting when they works. And the most happy time is whne they finish their work.

Despite Tangka style paintings on furniture and other home accessories the most popular hand drawn art is Chinese traditional flowers and birds style paintings along with landscape and beauty drawing. They have thousands of yeares history with a lot of techniques. And morden artists now absorb western useful oil paiting methods to make their works more perfect.

I find a lot of hand drawn paintings on furniture and home accessories on this site:
http://www.antiquescn.com
Some are drawn on new furniture and some or antique furniture drawn hundreds years ago by ancient Chinese and Tibentans or Monglians.
You can find on the site Tibetan Tangka style and Chinese traditional style hand paintings. They are so beautiful and would be a pleasure to have one or a few pieces at home to enjoy everyday.

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