New Year’s paintings are part of the art of Chinese painting, New Year’s paintings are an embodiment of Chinese folklore art. These paintings depict what the people saw and experienced, as well as their hopes for a good grain and a good life. These paintings are especially common during the New Year, and are placed as ornaments aimed at creating a festive holiday atmosphere of abundance, happiness, celebration and hope.
The origin of New Year’s paintings is during the Khan Dynasty (202 BC) and has a history of over two thousand years. New Year’s folklore paintings are usually produced by local folklore artists, and reflect the beliefs and customs of the locals.
Over the years, more and more professional artists began to take part in this art, which resulted in greater wealth in the content and forms of this art. These paintings depict scenes from life, produce new fashions, and introduce new aesthetic elements into Chinese art. The one hundred paintings that appear in this exhibition show the beauty of Chinese culture as well as the development of China and the changes it has undergone over the years, traditional culture, rural landscape and so on. The purpose of this exhibition is to show the world the beauty of Chinese culture in a way that is reflected in the paintings of the New Year