China Ink Paintings by Yoju

sumi-e

Since I was a small child I have studied the technique of using China ink and brush. And I have studied the great masters of China and Japan. The paintings shown here are not in the classical tradition, but are made using the classical materials and techniques. I hope you enjoy my renditions using China ink.

Ink and wash painting is an East Asian type of brush painting. It is also known as wash painting, by its Chinese name mo-shui or by its Japanese names, suibokuga or sumi-e. Only black ink — the same as used in East Asian calligraphy — is used, in various concentrations.


001C - Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon
China ink on rice paper - 16.5" x 24" - $640
009C - Birds and Cloud
China ink on rice paper - 24" x 34" - $1280

010C - Snow Rocks, Yosemite
China ink on rice paper - 19" x 25" - $800
008C - Garden (1)
China ink on rice paper - 24" x 34" - $1280

015C - Two Birds
China ink on rice paper - 20" x 11" - SOLD
040C - Tree and Lake
hina inkon rice paper
15" x 11" - SOLD

011C - Monument
China ink on rice paper - 24" x 34" - $1280


China Ink (sumi-e) Paintings

| sumi-e 1 | sumi-e 2 | sumi-e w/color | modern/abstract - 1 | modern/abstract - 2 |

| calligraphy - 1 | calligraphy - 2 | Ki and 3 Jizo | Heartline Bear and Ki |


other watercolor selections

| Western Scenes | Europe | Japan | Jizos | Tropics |

| China Ink | Still Life | Abstract | Animals | People |


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