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3 Metres Long Panoramic Ink and Wash Painting

Hong Kong Museum of Art

Ink and wash painting was developed in China during 618 - 907 (the Tang Dynasty).
It was introduced to Korean and then Japan in mid-14th century.

Posted on 9 July 2008
Best viewed at "original" size

Nikon D3 ,Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
1/60s f/6.3 at 14.0mm iso4500 full exif

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an nguyen10-Jul-2008 23:14
Amazing and impressive panoramic work. V
Guest 10-Jul-2008 22:17
An amazing panorama, and a technically brilliant capture, CM. Well done! ~V~
2004 10-Jul-2008 12:58
very impressive shot !
Guest 10-Jul-2008 11:06
3 meter panoramic...Wow! Impressive and very beautiful work of art. Excellent, CM!
Giancarlo Guzzardi10-Jul-2008 07:37
I had felt to speak on purpose about this painting of the Yellow River.
Balanced and difficult composition
Debbie Blackburn Beierle10-Jul-2008 06:00
Wow! That's quite a painting! I like the tones! Nicely composed!
Simon Chandler10-Jul-2008 05:34
Impressive. Good angle and dof. v
Marcia Colelli09-Jul-2008 23:40
great perspective, nice exposure and very lovely painting V
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography09-Jul-2008 18:26
Perfect shot, Vote.
Guest 09-Jul-2008 18:15
Wow, I'm so amazed by the art and your camera too.
Walter Otto Koenig09-Jul-2008 16:11
Very cool point of view of this incredibly long beautiful painting. I am really impressed by the clarity of this image and the lack of noise at 4500ISO. "V"
Fong Lam09-Jul-2008 15:41
Great capture of this piece of brilliant artwork, CM
TuTmin09-Jul-2008 14:30
superb !!! this artwork & your capture.~V~
hugo poon09-Jul-2008 13:45
3 meters long? Please forgive me if I'm being ignorant, but I haven't seen such a wide ink and wash painting before... thanks CM. Great angle and superb high ISO capture!!!
Raymond09-Jul-2008 13:31
Wow... so many discoveries, innovations and treasures are from China... my favorite is surely the pastas... but other than that... my eyes are always bewildered by seeing so many wonderful things... especially the artisants who create and make those treasures... they don't grow on trees as we say here...
Thanks for inviting us on this journey of discoveries in your homeland, beautiful Hong Kong.