Beijing – VIDEO – Tibet intangible cultural heritage inheritors if ground skills are not afraid of l dxperience

Beijing – VIDEO – Tibet intangible cultural heritage inheritors of words are not afraid of lost ground paint art inheritors of intangible cultural heritage in Tibet said the words are not afraid of lost pigment grinding technology [comment] called Tibet Thangka culture "Encyclopedia", content rich, colorful, and paint like the soul of Thangka, paintings depict colorful painting art treasures. The same period [] (Art College of University of Tibet, Professor of Tibetan heritage ore pigments produced on behalf of national technology heritage Awang Jigme) we focus on Thangka intangible cultural heritage, it as a symbol of the Tibetan nationality traditional culture as a whole, it is now the inheritance is also very good, the impact is very big, but they (painter) this Thangka, besides its artistic form and its content, it is a very important material. Awang Jigme is a heritage of intangible cultural heritage of the traditional Tibetan plant pigment production process, but also the only representative of a national heritage. During the third session of the Chinese Tibet Tourism Culture Expo, Awang Jigme with his disciples and devote themselves to develop mine plant pigments for nearly 30 years, and has entered the exhibition hall is beautiful. The same period [] (Art College of University of Tibet, Professor of Tibetan heritage ore pigments produced on behalf of national technology heritage Awang Jigme) ore plant material not only in Tibet, the mainland has, but also abroad, but each local raw material maturity is not the same, it is affected by the regional climate effect and mature time effect the influence of temperature, so it is the color of the color is not the same, so called Tibetan materials (Navy) this name, more of a calm sense of weight, draw out not so dazzling, color after very calm. [interpretation] in Tibet, the production and application of mineral plant paint has thousands of years of history. Since ancient times, Tibetan Thangka pigments from local ore plants, from the plateau to nature, and rely on its unique performance unchanged for thousands of years, the Tibet murals, Thangka painting art, has become one of the most dazzling heritage of the plateau. The same period [] (Art College of University of Tibet, Professor of Tibetan heritage ore pigments produced on behalf of national heritage Awang Jigme Technology) (mineral raw materials) has a history of thousands of years, but for a period of time in the chemical pigment under the impact of the mining process is broken, broken, there is no use of the person, so University of Tibet with a responsibility to treat it, if you put up the first Thangka, Thangka pigment well, can the quality up, so we used three years of time, the traditional twelve basic colors are saved. [comment] in the process of criticism for thousands of years in the development of art of Tibet ore pigments through the development process from scratch, from there to, including mining, processing, grinding and other skills have been on the verge of extinction is now a heritage dating, "revive" get better development. The same period [] (Art College of University of Tibet, Professor of Tibetan heritage ore pigments produced on behalf of national technology heritage Awang Jigme) now specialize in paint from the road相关的主题文章: