The generation-to-generation inheritance of Lupaines paintings has a long way to go in the innovation
One person, one pot, one world.
In the area of Dupo Mountain in Zichuan District, Zibo City, a small and normal courtyard is hidden from the word, with the mountains around. At present, the autumn is falling in the courtyard,where is full of the leaves, a white-bearded old man with glasses, dressed in a Chinese-style pankou jacket, holds a pot in left hand and a stroke in right hand, which leads to the autumn in both his heart and pot. Although the time is flying,in his spare time, he still sits in the home courtyard, sketching the world in the inner painting pot.
He is Zhang Guangqing, the inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage Lu Pai paintings, who is also a young inner painting art lover walked here, visited, learned, and inherited, and this painting academy silently dedicated to the inheritance of Lu Pai Nei paintings.
（Pic. Zhang Guangqing, inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage school）
Under the influence of his mother's precision embroidery, Zhang Guangqing loved the art creation since childhood(born in 1948, ). At the age of 16, Boshan Liuli Factory recruited workers for the first time, Zhang Guangqing went to apply for the exam, and successfully passed the exam thanks to his smart skills, and studied by the hand of Xue Jingwan, a painter of Lu Painei. Xue Jingwan is the son of Xue Xiangdu, a well-known old-timer in inner painting, who learned art from his father at the age of fourteen, and created inner painting pots at the local craft bureau at the age of twenty-four. He is a pioneer of the innovation of Lu Pai Nei painting and the use of ceramic pigment inner painting baking process. Besided, he put forward a new technique of inner painting with a brush instead of traditional bamboo pen.
With the persistence and innovation of generations of people, Lu Pai Nei painting gradually owns more characteristics, and has been praised by world as a magical, magnificent and collectible art treasure. Masters draw works on various themes such as hundred tigers, hundred horses, and hundred beasts in small snuff bottles, which are famous at home and abroad.
（Pic. Zhang Luhua, director of Zhang Guangqing's Inner Painting Art Research Institute, is creating inner paintings on dazzling glass bottles）