Features of the formation of teaching methods of oil painting in China
During the Qin Dynasty, Chinese artists became acquainted with oil paints, which by that time were already widespread in Europe. The development of oil painting and pedagogical thought in China was influenced by three schools: Japanese, European and Soviet. This article focuses on the process of developing a unified teaching method in the Celestial Empire. Special attention is paid to the contribution of Japanese artist and teacher Seiki Kuroda, Soviet painters Maximov K.M. and Mylnikov A.A. The need to form a teaching method of oil painting was dictated by the growing interest in non-traditional art in China, the opening of new art schools and oil painting studios.
在秦朝期间，中国艺术家熟悉了油漆，当时在欧洲已经很流行了。 中国油画和教学思想的发展受到日本，欧洲和苏联三大流派的影响。 本文重点介绍了在天帝国中开发统一教学方法的过程。 特别注意日本画家兼老师，日本画家Maximoda K.M.的黑田清树（Seiki Kuroda）的贡献。 和Mylnikov A.A. 对油画教学方法的需求是由中国对非传统艺术的兴趣日益增长，开设新的艺术学校和油画工作室所决定的。