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Huangshan | Art Wolfe Store

Long a favorite theme of mine is the use of a mist or fog to make a solid mass seem somewhat translucent. Using a long lens I zoomed in on these two pinnacles to make the simple shapes and lines dominant in the frame.

Rock spires and pine trees in mist, Huangshan, Anhui Province, China

Huangshan, Series III | Art Wolfe Store

I always believed that Chinese master landscape painters had creative imaginations until I visited Huangshan and discovered that their paintings were quite faithful to reality. Huangshan, which means Yellow Mountain and is located in eastern China’s Anhui Province, is famous for its countless jagged rock towers, beautiful wind sculpted pine trees, and seas of swirling clouds. Huangshan resembles a sumi painting more than a real place.

Huangshan, Series I | Art Wolfe Store

I always believed that Chinese master landscape painters had creative imaginations until I visited Huangshan and discovered that their paintings were quite faithful to reality. Huangshan, which means Yellow Mountain and is located in eastern China’s Anhui Province, is famous for its countless jagged rock towers, beautiful wind sculpted pine trees, and seas of swirling clouds. Huangshan resembles a sumi painting more than a real place.

Huangshan, Series II | Art Wolfe Store

I always believed that Chinese master landscape painters had creative imaginations until I visited Huangshan and discovered that their paintings were quite faithful to reality. Huangshan, which means Yellow Mountain and is located in eastern China’s Anhui Province, is famous for its countless jagged rock towers, beautiful wind sculpted pine trees, and seas of swirling clouds. Huangshan resembles a sumi painting more than a real place.

Huangshan, China | Art Wolfe

In early morning brisk winds sweep up the sheer cliffs, lifting the mists. This image is featured in Edge of the Earth, Corner of the Sky.

Huangshan, Anhui Province, China | Art Wolfe

Huangshan, Anhui Province, China I always believed that Chinese master landscape painters had creative imaginations until I visited Huangshan and discovered that their paintings were quite faithful to reality. Huangshan, which means Yellow Mountain and is located in eastern China’s Anhui Province, is famous for its countless jagged rock towers, beautiful wind sculpted pine trees, Read more…

Huangshan, Anhui Province, China | Art Wolfe

Rock spires and pine trees in mist, Huangshan, Anhui Province, China Long a favorite theme of mine is the use of a mist or fog to make a solid mass seem somewhat translucent. Using a long lens I zoomed in on these two pinnacles to make the simple shapes and lines dominant in the frame.

Print of the Month, February 2017: Huangshan | Art Wolfe

Long a favorite theme of mine is the use of a mist or fog to make a solid mass seem somewhat translucent. Using a long lens I zoomed in on these two pinnacles to make the simple shapes and lines dominant in the frame. Save 20% on any Huangshan print purchased this month. These Open Edition Read more…

Huang Shan, Series IIII | Art Wolfe Store

I always believed that Chinese master landscape painters had creative imaginations until I visited Huangshan and discovered that their paintings were quite faithful to reality. Huangshan, which means Yellow Mountain and is located in eastern China’s Anhui Province, is famous for its countless jagged rock towers, beautiful wind sculpted pine trees, and seas of swirling clouds. Huangshan resembles a sumi painting more than a real place.

 

#FridayVibes – My Garden Tour & The Inspiration Behind It | Art Wolfe

 Another great time going live on Tequila Time with Art is in the books, and this time we took a tour of my Huangshan-inspired Japanese garden. It was by far the most requested feature from these live chats, so I’m thankful both the typically soggy Seattle weather and technology conspired to work together for Read more…