When talking about Asian art and its history, it is hard to place it in one distinct category since it has been influenced by numerous religions, cultures, and traditions from various countries across the continent. Eastern art is extremely versatile ranging from drawings and paintings on paper and silk, ink painting, and calligraphy to woodblock prints, bronze and wood sculptures, pottery and porcelain artworks, sand painting, and much more. Some of the best Asian artists are also pioneers in their respective fields, centuries ahead of their Western counterparts, especially painters from China, Japan, Korea, and India who greatly inspired many future generations of artists in both the Eastern and Western art scene. When it comes to painting, natural forms, fine brushstrokes, and rich colors are dominant in Asian art and the use of various motifs, most notably landscapes, animals, scenery, and religious figures are the most prominent among many others. And while there are many amazing artists across the Asian continent, here are just a few of the best painters that have left their mark on the international art world.
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Back to Artzine. Determined by the impact of their exhibitions, actions, works, and agency, these Asian artists have continued to shape the Asian platform of the arts and beyond. From art that spans the aesthetically interactive to the political works encompassed by the spectacle, here are our most influential artists of Zao, a Chinese-French artist, spent most of his life in France until his passing in In alone, Takashi Murakami exhibited with blue-chip galleries such as Gagosian and Perrotin from Shanghai to Los Angeles, worked on projects alongside Virgil Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton, and still found time to host Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in his studio.
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Back to Artzine. Far too long have women been subordinated to men in the field of art history. Their works are diverse, dynamic, and stand the test of their male contemporaries without question. Who: Dina Chhan.