The technique that Min Yiyao uses in his works attracts his viewers more than the image itself. They seem to draw on certain elements of fauvism in an attempt to move beyond a mere impressionistic view. Fauvism emphasizes on painterly qualities and strong colour over the representational and realistic values retained by Impressionism. This is even more interesting on portraiture works such as Min's. It is indeed intriguing to see that Min's technique is the primary focus in his works; though his works themselves are indefinitely impressive. However, it questions whether this is a deliberate attempt by the artist to employ a different language of artistic communication. With seemingly wild brushstrokes, he manages to capture light and depth. The random strokes' play on the canvas unwittingly forming an image that thought did not prior define. He limits himself to a palette of colours that are exceedingly dreary, but which consequentially, serves to highlight this exact use.
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