Taohuawu New Year Pictures (桃花坞年画) by 南京艺术学院
Taohuawu New Year pictures are the folk wooden New Year pictures in jiangnan area of China. Taohuawu New Year paintings originated from the woodblock printing technology in the song dynasty and evolved from the embroidery figure. The printing ofthe New Year pictures of taohuadu USES colouring and color printing, which is usually based on fuchsia to show the happy
atmosphere, mainly showing the auspicious and festive, folk life, drama stories, flowers, birds, vegetables and fruits and exorcismof ghosts and evil spirits and other traditional Chinese folk aesthetic content. Folk painting as "gusu version". On May 20, 2006, the heritage was listed in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage list with the approval of the state council.
With the development of science and technology, machines have gradually replaced handwork. The survival environment ofhand-carved New Year paintings is like this, and how to inher't their skills is now the problem we are facing. The creation of thisinfographic is to arouse people's attention to the intangible cultural heritage - taohuawu New Year paintings, to attract moreyoung people to learn about New Year paintings, so that this craft can be passed on.
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