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Jiujiu bianfa: Wang Lan Ruo [Ninety-Nine Variations: The Works of Wang Lanruo]
Wu, Hongliang, cp.
11 x 13.75", 322 pp., color plates, text in Chinese, board, Beijing, 2014.
Poetry, Calligraphy, Painting, and Seal are greatly venerated in contemporary Chinese society as four aspects of Chinese art tradition. Together with spirits such as longevity and moral uprightness, Wang Lanruo (1911-2015), an artist who had lived 105 years, is celebrated for both his ever-changing styles of ink painting, and his patriotism and long life. In the history of East Asian art, several well-known artists were able to achieve a new height of creative powers when they reached an old age, such as Qi Baishi, Huang Binhong, Zhu Qizhan, and Katsushika Hokusai. This book features Wang Ruolan's works of ink paintings when he was around 100 years old. His works are largely understood by art critics and historians as a continuation of the Shanghai School.


Price $120.00
Item # 45071
ISBN 9787102069890
Renmin Meishu 人民美术
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