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The Forgotten Master: “Everlasting Sincerity of the Heart—Li Ruinian and Art Education” was unveiled at CAFAM

The Forgotten Master: “Everlasting Sincerity of the Heart—Li Ruinian and Art Education” was unveiled at CAFAM

Based on a unique artistic perspective, it starts from the growth environment, learning background, friends and hobbies, ideas and methods in teaching, to present Li Ruinian and his studies in a three-dimensional way, as well as his artworks...
“The First Encounter” and “Same Path”: Exhibition of Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang opened at the National Art Museum of China

“The First Encounter” and “Same Path”: Exhibition of Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang opened at the National Art Museum of China

It focused on the mutually reflective relationship between Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang, thus demonstrated their creative experience, the mind and vision of their generation of masters...
“Searching for Treasures from History – Art Historian Li Song’s Scholarships and Collections” was launched

“Searching for Treasures from History – Art Historian Li Song’s Scholarships and Collections” was launched

Li Song’s monographs, calligraphies, copies of paintings, creations, and collections are all presented, and it is the first time to hold a comprehensive exhibition on a theorist.
A Review of the Contemporary Meaning of Realism Started with “Xu Beihong – Living Art Forever”

A Review of the Contemporary Meaning of Realism Started with “Xu Beihong – Living Art Forever”

As an outstanding artist and art educator, Xu has gained outstanding achievements and tremendous influence. XuBeihong was one of the most important figures in the history of modern Chinese art.
He has never stopped drawing though he has reached old age: “Dai Ze Art Exhibition” Debuted at the National Museum of China

He has never stopped drawing though he has reached old age: “Dai Ze Art Exhibition” Debuted at the National Museum of China

It presents more than 170 representative works of Dai Ze’s created during different periods, including his renowned work...
Sheng Wei: Lu Chen’s Views on the West and Modernity

Sheng Wei: Lu Chen’s Views on the West and Modernity

The modernization of Chinese paintings and the views on Western art are the most thought-provoking part of Lu Chen’s art and his artistic thoughts, and he has a basic judgment and practice direction for this topic: “the marriage of distant relatives”. Although it is not a completely new argument – in the Republic of...
Song Xiaoxia: Xu Beihong and the Road of Modern Chinese Fine Arts in the 20th Century

Song Xiaoxia: Xu Beihong and the Road of Modern Chinese Fine Arts in the 20th Century

It was the second round of the series of lectures for the “Celebration of the Centennial of Central Academy of Fine Arts: Xu Beihong–Living Art Forever”. In the lecture, Prof. Song Xiaoxia was rethinking on Xu Beihong’s artistic thoughts and historical concepts, that reflect on the direct relationship...
Reproduction of Realism: Xu Beihong’s 118 Representative Works Debut at NAMOC

Reproduction of Realism: Xu Beihong’s 118 Representative Works Debut at NAMOC

This exhibition sorts out and displays over 100 pieces of Xu Beihong which were landmarks of the times with great historical value. They are divided into three parts. The exhibition remains on view till March 4.
Wang Qi

Wang Qi

Wang Qi (1918-2016) was born in Yibin County, Sichuan Province, in January 4, 1918. During the period of the War of Resistance against Japan, he worked in the third office of the Political Department under the leadership of Guo Moruo in Wuhan and Chongqing, and engaged in propaganda work on the art of the anti-Japanese...
“Living by Selling Texts Instead of Farming – Qi Baishi’s Calligraphic Implication II” opened at Beijing Fine Art Academy

“Living by Selling Texts Instead of Farming – Qi Baishi’s Calligraphic Implication II” opened at Beijing Fine Art Academy

It shows more than 60 sets of selected works by Qi Baishi from the collections of the 6 organizations that collect works by Qi Baishi, in China, to trace the development and evolution of Qi Baishi...
The “Glamour of Jao’s Lotus: Touring Exhibition of Lotus-themed Artworks by Professor Jao Tsung-I” opened in the National Art Museum of China

The “Glamour of Jao’s Lotus: Touring Exhibition of Lotus-themed Artworks by Professor Jao Tsung-I” opened in the National Art Museum of China

The exhibition centers around the works themed on lotus, created by Jao Tsung-I, to present the calligraphic charm with the combination of various styles and the magnificent & changeable image...
Purifying of Art Finds the Pure Soul: Sha Qi Art Exhibition Opened

Purifying of Art Finds the Pure Soul: Sha Qi Art Exhibition Opened

The exhibition was curated by Li Dajun and Jiang Mingyang, to feature a total of 50 works by Sha Qi, also named Sagi, including the precious works created when he studied overseas in Belgium and the paintings finished after he returned to China, as well as a sketch painting clip used during his studying overseas,...