Chinese ink paintings, also knon as shui-mo hua, are most commonly called ink and wash paintings. In ink and wash paintings, generally black ink is the only ink used. This is the same ink that is used in Chinese Calligraphy.
HUANG JUNBI (CHINESE, LANDSCAPE, 1943 Ink on paper mounted on hanging scroll: 32 x 10 in.Ink on paper mounted on hanging scroll: 32 x 10 in. Upper right inscribed in Chinese "Painted Autumn 1943 in Xian, dedicated to Mr. Tong Yin" with two seals 黃君璧/癸未新