C H I N E S E I N K A N D B R U S H P AI N TI N G ­ A P RA C TITIO N E R ‘ S P E R S P E C TI V E Jane Evans – TAASA Review March 2016

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This article was originally found in the March 2016 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 25, Issue 1, Page 16).

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A great many of the members of the Chinese Brush Painters Society that I meet in my capacity as their honorary co-president came to Chinese brush painting from an interest in Chinese culture.

For me, however, it was the other way around.

I was living in Manila and wanted to find a practical painting course, preferably one that took place in airconditioned premises ­ by no means a given in the mid-1970s...