1.2 The Colorless Idea in the Taoist World The Taoist thought with Lao Tzu as the core pursues the practice of "indifferent to fame and fortune, and arbitrarily determined my heart", so it only seeks to simplify the color matching, and believes that the world is nothing more than two kinds of good and bad, good and evil, black and white. From Lao Tzu's point of view, everything in this world is not static. When you feel that you lose something again, there will be something to gain somewhere, just like time is constantly flowing, this time is not that time. So the existence of this kind of thinking leads to the choice of color, and existence and non-existence like black and white are always opposite and opposite forms of existence.
This form of black and white composition has appeared Image Manipulation Service a long time ago, and it first appeared in ink painting. 1.3 The artistic color of Buddhism The colors used in Buddhist house construction projects and classic sculptures are mostly dark, mainly including two colors: dark green and dark red. Red is the representative of warm colors, and green is the representative of cool colors. The color matching in China mainly pursues symmetry. The color matching between cold and warm makes the whole senses very touching, and the scene in the eyes is very impressive.
In the middle of the development of the Tang Dynasty, Buddhism changed the style of the pictures drawn on the walls, using gentle earthy colors as the main, pushing the style of painting towards integration. These all changed the style of painting art in the Tang Dynasty, making the main color of the entire painting field tend to be Buddhist. 2 The symbolism and application of traditional art colors Everyone's choice of color expresses a kind of inner thought, which is the most straightforward expression of the depths of the human heart. Therefore, the different matching modes of colors reflect people's spiritual world and personal connotation.