Chinese Tiger painting

Drawing of tiger, inspired by ZHAO SHAO’ANG (1905-1998), HE QIYUAN (1899-1970), ETC. | Tiger in the Bush
I love Chinese paintings. The old masters were copied over and over by artists because the paintings are not just about the subject, but also the artist. The energy and brush strokes of the artist give life to the subject depicted. Chinese aesthetics also value simplicity and breathing space. It’s interesting to compare the differences in the approach to art and philosophy between the East and West.