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 ADR  Vol.10 No.3 , August 2022
Research on the Art and Market of Facial Paintings in Chinese Opera
Abstract: Chinese opera facial paintings have a long history and cultural heritage, which contains rich connotation and wisdom. Opera facial paintings are one of the most distinctive art forms in the facial paintings modeling of opera actors. It is the main component of Chinese opera art. In contemporary society, opera facial paintings not only show the practical value in stage performance, but also gradually excavate the artistic value as a kind of art, and further highlight the market value. Based on the approach of classification and comparison, this paper mainly focuses on the features of facial painting in Chinese opera from the perspective of art and market. It is hoped that this article will provide some reference for relative studies in the future.
Cite this paper: Yang, Q. (2022) Research on the Art and Market of Facial Paintings in Chinese Opera. Art and Design Review, 10, 362-369. doi: 10.4236/adr.2022.103027.
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