The Influence of Life Experience on Oil Painting Creation

Ren FU


The paper describes the distinctive tastes of contemporary oil painter, it’s life experience. This paper grasps the connotation of life experience from the aspects of consciousness of individuality and creativity.


Oil painting; Life experience; Consciousness

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