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1950 > Travels
Paintings in Foreign Environments - Human Figures in Thailand
Most people think that it is difficult to use Chinese ink and brush to paint what you see. This is basically a matter of skillful application of ink and water with the Chinese brush.
Paintings in Foreign Environments - The Old Bangkok City Wall
While I was in Bangkok in the early 1950's, there was a remaining stretch of an old city wall in that city (I wonder whether it is still there?). I had used the Chinese brush and ink painting technique to paint it as it was then.