Chinese Brush Painting Set of 3


Like calligraphy, traditional Chinese Painting or guohua (国画 /gwor-hwaa/), is done using a brush dipped in black ink or colored pigments, usually on paper or silk. A distinguishing feature of Chinese Brush Painting is that each brushstroke is a defining move that is not changed or corrected. Landscape painting was regarded as the highest form of Chinese painting, and generally still is.

This set of 3 Chinese brushes with a mixture of weasel tail and goat hair. The bamboo sticks are decorated with Chinese characters and provided with a cap made of ox horn with a loop. The brushes come in a fabric coated wooden presentation box with a nice clasp.