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《Dunhuang Research》 2017-02
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On the Three-Dimensional Method and the Inherited Tianzhu Method of the Western Regions

GU Ying;Shanghai Research Institute of the Arts;  
The shading technique is one of the most basic techniques used in Buddhist paintings of the Western Regions style, which can even create a three-dimensional effect. Though mainly derived from ancient Indian haloing techniques(e.g. water polishing), it was developed by assimilating certain elements from foreign cultures, and is therefore quite distinct from the ancient Indian technique in terms of skill, pattern, and effect. This article argues that the two different techniques above should be clearly distinguished so as to have a clearer understanding of the style and features of Buddhist paintings from the Western Regions.
【Fund】: 文化部艺术科学基金项目“佛教绘画的西域样式研究”(2014BF03593)
【CateGory Index】: K879.2
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