Wu Guanzhong

Wu Guanzhong (simplified Chinese: 吴冠中; traditional Chinese: 吳冠中; August 29, 1919 – June 25, 2010) was a contemporary Chinese painter widely recognized as a founder of modern Chinese painting. He is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary Chinese painters of all-time. Wu had painted various aspects of China, including much of its architecture, plants, animals, people, as well as many of its landscapes and waterscapes in a style reminiscent of the impressionist painters of the early 1900s. He was also a writer on contemporary Chinese art.

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... Artist Synopsis Exhibition period In/sight Abstract Art by Wu Guanzhong and Artists from Southeast Asia Wu Guanzhong and various artists This exhibition draws ... Till 30 April 2013 Seeing the Kite Again Series II Wu Guanzhong This exhibition is inspired by the late master Wu Guanzhong's metaphor of a kite and how it expresses the ... The current exhibition showcases some of Wu's most outstanding works produced from 1960s to 2000s in the oil and ink medium ...
Quotes By Wu Guanzhong
... the deep appreciation for China and the land that Wu Guanzhong had ... Here, Wu Guanzhong explains that in order for people (such as those of the East and the West) to communicate there must be real emotions that can strike a chord with the other's audience ... Wu Guanzhong explains abstract beauty, which shows his appreciation for abstract art along with his traditional Chinese training ...