Saturday, September 8, 2012


Opera facial composition originates from totem in age-old times, develops into facial paintings of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, and eventually takes the appearance of facial apparel of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is a
arrangement of affectation facial composition for opera actors and actresses in the average roles of "painted face" and clown. It plays the aesthetic functions of implying adulatory and aspersing connotations and appropriate altruism and malevolence, enabling the admirers to get a glimpse of the close apple of actors and actresses through their allegorical facial make-up. In this sense, facial composition has acquired the acceptability as "painting of affection and soul.

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