brings variety of visual attitude. Even only in European art, artists’ imaginative beholdings could be so distinct, when we compare a Western painting with a Chinese painting, the contrast would be even more obvious. However, this two natures have their common kind of expression too. The following remarks will be analysing one Western paint and one Chinese painting. The Western one would be Caspar David Friedrich’s A Wanderer above the Sea of Fog and the Chinese one would be Guo Xi’s Early Spring.
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