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Called the “father of modern Chinese painting”, Xu Beihong’s works were epic and monumental. He was among the first Chinese artists in the 20th Century to challenge conventional artistic themes, calling for the creation of works that reflected modern China. Beyond oil painting, he was a master of traditional Chinese painting, sketches, calligraphy, even poetry. He was the most internationally influential Chinese artist of the past century, and a pioneer in art education. The Western realism he advocated still influences Chinese artists today.
Length: 53 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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