On the Art of Stick Pictures

Chun SU, Zilin LUO, Meixue YU


Stick picture is a unique form of conveying ideas or feelings by using points, lines and planes. With a few strokes, objects depicted can be vividly displayed in front of us. On the basis of concise brushstrokes, it can convey the most incisive aesthetic taste and emotional experience, concise but not simple. It can not only present the expressive and impressionistic aesthetic characteristics but also express the intuitive and interesting aesthetic experience, which is the charm of concision.


Stick pictures; Unique; Express; Artistic language

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Su, C., & Su, L. (2022). Stick picture. Beijing: China Science and Technology Press, 2022.

Yin, Z. C. (2005). Expression and application of stick pictures. Kunming: Yunnan Art Publishing Press.

Zhang, X. J. (2020). Stick picture tutorial (3rd ed.). Beijing: Education Science Press.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12761


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