The Cradle of New Chinese Ink Painting Movement is an exhibition of 150 ink paintings created forty years ago by the secondary school students of Wah Yan College, Kowloon. The present catalogue includes four essays by Laurence Tam who taught ink painting at the College during that period. There is also a section on Tam's teaching methodology, citing painting excercises by the students as examples to demonstrate the various techniques in Chinese ink painting.
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Chinese - Traditional

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2006

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Chapter headings
新水墨畫教學法
學習教程: (附九龍華仁書院學生作業實例)
新水墨畫運動漫談
漫談一: 國畫與近代中國藝術教育略談
漫談二: 香港新水墨畫運動簡介
漫談三: 試談談在中學教授中國水墨繪畫的內容與方法
漫談四: 九龍華仁書院 - 新水墨畫運動的搖籃
The cradle of new Chinese ink painting movement: experiments in learning and teaching of new Chinese
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The cradle of new Chinese ink painting movement: experiments in learning and teaching of new Chinese ink painting of Wah Yan College, Kowloon, 1966-1971, 新水墨畫運動的搖籃: 九龍華仁書院新水墨畫教與學實驗(1966-1971)