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Wu Guanzhong: A collection of 52 works (HD)


In order for the LEARNFROMMASTERS project to continue its activity, YOUR KIND SUPPORT IS REQUIRED: PATREON: 🤍 PAYPAL: 🤍 - Wu Guanzhong: A collection of 52 works (HD) Description: "Wu Guanzhong (Chinese, 1919–2010) was one of the most renowned Chinese artists of the 20th century, and is widely considered to be the founder of modern Chinese painting. Born in Yixing in the Jiangsu Province, in 1935, he entered the Zhejiang Industrial School, where he studied engineering. In 1936, he transferred to the National Arts Academy of Hangzhou, studying both Chinese and Western painting under Pan Tianshou and Lin Fengmian. In 1947, Wu received a scholarship and traveled to Paris to study at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts. During this time, he was greatly inspired by the works of European artists such as Maurice Utrillo, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, and, in particular, Vincent van Gogh. Between 1950 and 1953, Wu taught at the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing, where he introduced Western art practices to his students. Facing strong resistance from members of the academy, who were proponents of the Social Realist style, Wu transferred, first to Tsinghua University and later to the Beijing Fine Arts Normal College. He also traveled around the country, and created a number of landscape paintings. At the start of the Cultural Revolution in 1966, he was banned from painting, writing, and teaching, and, in 1970, was sent to Hebei Province for hard labor. In 1973, Wu and other artists were sent back to Beijing to paint murals for restaurants and hotels. His style gradually evolved over the 1970s, during which time he began using watercolors in the traditional Chinese style. He then concentrated on the human form, and applied the techniques he used in these works to his landscape paintings, experimenting with ink and oil on paper. After the Cultural Revolution, Wu was able to successfully bridge the gap between Western and Eastern art, returning to the stylistic formalism for which he had initially become known. At the beginning of the 1980s, Wu painted The Great Wall for Beijing’s Xiangshan Hotel, which exemplified the shift in style, from representation to semi-abstraction. Over the course of his career, he held solo exhibitions in major art galleries and museums around the world, including mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Taipei, South Korea, England, and the United States. In 1992, his paintings were exhibited at the British Museum, marking the first show for a living Chinese artist at the institution. Wu passed away in Beijing at the age of 90." - SUBSCRIBE: 🤍youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Contact: LearnFromMasters01🤍gmail.com LIST OF ARTISTS already posted on LearnFromMasters: 🤍 - Thank you so much for your support! #LearnFromMasters #ChinesePainter #OnlineArtGallery #CollectionOfPaintings #ArtHistory #WuGuanzhong

A peek into Wu Guanzhong's travels through his art


One of the most well known Chinese artists Wu Guanzhong undertook countless journeys for his personal and artistic ventures. Taking a unique look at his travels, the National Gallery Singapore showcased several works from the collection donated by the artist. Aptly named Travelling with the Master, this is the sixth edition of the Wu Guanzhong Exhibition Series, which was launched in 2015. But unlike past exhibitions, which were developed by museum curators, this one has been co-created by four volunteer docents - a first for the National Gallery. #cgtn #nationalgallerysingapore #wuguanzhong #art #singapore #docentcurators #travellingwiththemaster

Wu Guanzhong - China's Greatest Contemporary Artist


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Wu Guanzhong 吳冠中 : A style reminiscent of the impressionist painters in China | painting collection


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Wu Guanzhong: Expressions of Pen & Palette


The beauty of an art form isn’t just defined by art critics of its time, but by the generations that come after. See how Chinese art is constantly evolving thanks to ink masters such as Wu Guanzhong, whose bold approach to painting continues to inspire younger artists of today.

The Lifelong Friendship of Two Chinese Masters


#wuanzhong #chutehchun #chinesepaintings Chinese master painters Wu Guanzhong and Chu Teh-Chun were firm friends for almost 75 years. In this episode of Sotheby’s Stories, discover how they inspired and supported each other throughout their lifetimes, from their days as young art students to the pinnacle of their dazzling careers. Learn more about the artworks painted by Wu Guanzhong and gifted to Chu Teh-Chun as a personal token of friendship, offered in Sotheby’s upcoming Fine Chinese Paintings auction (Hong Kong | 8 October 2020). SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Wu Guanzhong: Dots.Lines.Cubes


2011.11.09 2012.04.15 Chinese Fine Art Gallery (4/F) Hong Kong Museum of Art "Of all the arts, music is held in the highest regard," Wu Guanzhong once said. Central to the exhibition is the tempo, rhythm and interplay between void and solidity using dots, lines and planes. The celebrated trilogy (namely Two Swallows, Former Residence of Qiu Jin and Reminiscence of Jiangnan), Wind from the Sea, Leaving Youth Behind, and The Easterly Breeze Blows Open the wisteria will be displayed.

Wu Guanzhong


Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (吳冠中) Born: August 29, 1919; Yixing, Jiangsu, China Died: June 25, 2010; Beijing, China Active Years: 1940 - 2010 Nationality: Chinese Field: painting Musical Track: Mozart: Piano Trio in G, K.496 2. Andante Beaux Arts Trio Piano: Menahem Pressler Violin: Daniel Guilet Cello: Bernard Greenhouse

Peinture de Wu Guanzhong estimée à plus de 100 millions de yuans


Quelques jours avant l'ouverture de la vente aux enchères de printemps 2019 organisée par la China Guardian Auction, plus de 6 600 objets ont été dévoilés au public à Beijing. L'avant-première de l'exposition de la vente s'est tenue jeudi à Beijing International Hotel et au centre des arts de Beijing Guardian, pendant trois jours. Abonnez-vous sur YouTube: 🤍 Abonnez-vous sur : Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Wu Guanzhong's Blossoming Fireworks of Life


Plum Blossoms was painted in 1973. At the time, Wu Guanzhong had just returned from to Beijing from Li Village. The universities were closed, so Wu, unhindered by teaching responsibilities, travelled to the outskirts of Beijing in order to paint from life. Plum Blossoms reflects the artist's state of complete creative absorption at the time of its creation. Its dominant colour is a resplendent, eye-catching pink. The picture plane presents a plum tree in full bloom, its trunk strong and sturdy, its branches proudly stretching toward the sky like golden threads and iron wires. Their delicate fragrance attracts circling butterflies, symbolizing the end of winter and the arrival of spring: the renewal of the myriad things. The effect, in addition to being visually pleasing, delivers a message of inspiration straight into the viewer's heart.



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Screening & Dialogue | Art of Wu Guanzhong: Unbroken String of the Kite


*English subtitles will be made available soon. *The documentary “Art of Wu Guanzhong: Unbroken String of the Kite” is not available due to copyright restrictions. Screening & Dialogue | Art of Wu Guanzhong: Unbroken String of the Kite 放映与对谈| 吴冠中的艺术:风筝不断线 “The artist draws material and feelings from life, adding and subtracting to arrive at the art form of abstraction. Yet there must still be a string between the artwork and the source of life. The string of the kite must never be cut, only then can the artwork and its viewer communicate.” Wu Guanzhong, “Unbroken String of the Kite – Notes on Painting”, 1983, Collected Writings, Vol. 1, 207 Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong held various exhibitions in Singapore since 1988 at venues such as the National Museum of Singapore and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. These exhibitions include “Shore to Shore: Wu Guanzhong Retrospective”, “Wu Guanzhong: Watercolour and Gouache Paintings”, “Nudes in the Twilight and Painting by Wu Guanzhong”. In 1990, Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (currently known as Mediacorp) featured Wu on the Chinese-language television programme Tuesday Report. The episode “Art of Wu Guanzhong: Unbroken String of the Kite” is one of the few existing documentaries that focuses on Wu’s time in Singapore. Held in conjunction with the exhibition “Wu Guanzhong: Travelling with the Master”, this programme features a screening of the episode “Art of Wu Guanzhong: Unbroken String of the Kite” and a post-screening dialogue between TV producer Ong Lay Hong, and docent-curators Queenie Chow Wai Lee and Stella Rong Yiyi. Join them and learn more about Wu Guanzhong’s emotional connection with Singapore, as well as his thoughts on ink as we trace his footsteps in Singapore. This talk took place at National Gallery Singapore on 30 July 2022. “从生活中来的素材和感受,被作者用减法、除法或别的法,抽象成了某一艺术形式,但仍须有一线联系着作品与生活中的源头。风筝不断线,不断线才能把握观众与作品的交流。” - 摘自吴冠中的风筝不断线——创作笔记,1983,吴冠中文丛1,207页 自1988年以来,中国艺术家吴冠中曾在新加坡举办过多次展览,包括“此岸彼岸——吴冠中艺术50年经典回顾”、“夕照看人体”、“吴冠中水彩水粉画展”和由新加坡国家博物馆和南洋美术学院共同主办的“吴冠中画展”。 1990年,新加坡广播局(现:新传媒)特邀吴冠中参与电视节目 星期二特写 的拍摄。影片以“风筝不断线”为题,是现存为数不多吴氏来访新加坡时期的纪实记录。 作为展览吴冠中:游于艺的公共项目之一, 本次项目将特别放映记录片“风筝不断线”。放映结束后,节目编导王丽凤和特邀策展人邹慧莉、荣奕奕在放映后与大家分享吴冠中与新加坡的水墨情缘。 此讲座于2022年7月30日在新加坡国家美术馆举行。 - About the speakers Ong Lay Hong has spent more than 35 years working in the television Industry and joined Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (now MediaCorp) in 1982. She was the producer for documentary films, including “Plague Fighter: Dr Wu Lien-teh", “Ode to a Humming Bird” and “A Day is Too Long”, which were awarded the 2010 Dragon Award Bronze Prize, 1989 Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union Television Prize and 1981 Prix Futura in Berlin respectively. She has been invited as a juror for the International Emmy Awards since 2000, and was part of the jury panel of the final round for News and Breaking News categories for the 2006 International Emmy Awards. She was awarded a scholarship to study media in the UK in 1991, and at the University of California, Berkeley in 2004. Queenie Chow Wai Lee has been actively volunteering as a guide in local museums and galleries since 2011 and joined National Gallery Singapore as docent in 2015. In addition to the Gallery’s permanent galleries and special exhibitions, she has also guided tours to all of Gallery’s exhibitions on Wu Guanzhong, namely “Beauty Beyond Form”, “A Walk through Nature”, “Expressions of Pen and Palette” and “Learning from the Master”. Stella Rong Yiyi moved to Singapore with her family in 2005. She works in the finance sector and deals with numbers daily. It was through a serendipitous encounter that she started volunteering as a docent at museums in Singapore, and then became a Mandarin docent at National Gallery Singapore in 2015. - To find out more about “Wu Guanzhong: Travelling with the Master”, visit: 🤍 to find out more about - Catch up on other talks and lectures with “The Padang Sessions”: 🤍 Go to 🤍nationalgallery.sg for more content and to plan your visit today! - Disclaimer This video has been edited for clarity and concision. The opinions expressed in this video may not represent the views of National Gallery Singapore. Every effort has been made to obtain permission for the material in this video. Copyright within this video belongs to its respective owners and shall not be reproduced without permission. #NationalGallerySingapore #LetArtSurpriseYou #WuGuanZhong

National Heritage Board feat. Wu Guan Zhong


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Wu Guanzhong (1919 - 2010). His painting set the new auction record in 2016 and 2019. Two of his paintings were sold over 100 millions each. 吴冠中十年前去世,他有两幅画的拍卖价格超过一亿。

Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 Master Chinese Artist #chinesefanpainting


吴冠中 Wu Guanzhong was a Master Chinese Artist and scholar. 美丽的艺术 吴冠中 Wu Guanzhong was a Master Chinese Artist and scholar. He painted landscapes, portraits, and abstract modern style paintings. Wu Guanzhong created images in a variety of painting media that included inks, ink Splash, Gouache, and Oils. Especially popular and easily recognized are his landscape paintings of the Jiangsu region . He is also famous for his calligraphy and writings. Mr Wu Guanzhong's career included University teaching and he joined the Artists Association. August 29, 1919 - June 25, 2010 Please enjoy this beautiful art and music here for your work, sleep, and study. work, sleep, study, best contemporary Chinese art, Wu Guanzhong Master Chinese Artist, Chinese Contemporary Art, music to relax by, inspiration for peace, beautiful Chinese art, #work, #sleep, #study, #best contemporary Chinese art, #WuGuanzhongMasterChineseArtist, #ChineseContemporaryArt, musictorelaxby, #inspirationforpeace, #beautifulChineseArt, #ChineseArt, #WuGuanzhongFan, #ChineseFan Music by;"Garden Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Please Note: the music is licensed by Creative Commons but the artwork image is not. The image and all rights to its use are Reserved. #WuGuanzhong #Chineseart #ChineseMasterArtist #ArtistAssociation #inkonpaper #Fan #ChineseFanArt #ChineseFan #SignedWithSeal #SignedWithSignature #吴冠中 #WuGuanzhongOriginalPainting #FineChineseArt #China #ModernContemporaryChineseArtist #ModernContemporaryArt #Landscape Wu Guanzhong, Chinese art, Chinese Master Artist, Artist Association, ink on paper, Fan, Chinese Fan Art, Chinese Fan, Signed With Seal, Signed With Signature, 吴冠中, Wu Guanzhong Original Painting, Fine Chinese Art, China Modern Contemporary Chinese Artist, Modern Contemporary Chinese Art, Landscape

Art Tutorial | Overlapping Shapes


Inspired by Wu Guanzhong’s artwork, learn to create an artwork using overlapping shapes.

Wu Guan Zhong's Most Expensive Paintings (우관중 작품 최고가)


Wu Guan Zhong Most Expensive Paintings. Wu Guanzhong Auction Record. 우관중 작품 최고가, 우관중 가장 비싼 작품. Wu Guanzhong Auction Results. Prcie High to Low (Hammer Price & Estimate Price with Buyer's Premium). Twin Musicom의 Push Me은(는) Creative Commons Attribution 라이선스(🤍 따라 라이선스가 부여됩니다. 아티스트: 🤍

Nature through the Eyes of Wu Guanzhong


Modern and Contemporary Asian Art Evening Sale will showcase a dazzling series of six masterpieces by modern Chinese master Wu Guanzhong. Spanning from 1970s to 1990s, this exceptional collection includes Plum Blossoms, brimming with a vivid sense of spring, the lush and spirited Riverside Bamboos, the vibrantly soaring A Mountain of Colours and Autumn onto the Wall, together offering a retrospective survey of the artist’s creative landmarks.

Study of Master Wu Guanzhong's Tree Roots with Rob Sherrill


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星期二特写 |《风筝不断线》- 吴冠中


首播:1990年7月10日 新加坡广播局第八波道播出(新传媒8频道的前身) 吴冠中(1919年 – 2010年),是当代中国最重要的画家之一。 《风筝不断线》是吴冠中毕生努力作画的座右铭。他“将作品比之风筝,风筝必须能离地升空,但风筝不能断线。这线,是作品与人民感情间千里姻缘一线牵之线,是联系了作品与启示作品灵感的母体之间的线。” 71岁的吴冠中在1990年5月到新加坡举行画展,这部记录片拍摄了吴冠中在本地寻觅素材,旅行写生的珍贵片段。吴冠中也在访谈中叙述了他对艺术的看法及作画的经验。他的重要绘画作品也穿插在纪录片中。 时隔三十多年,今年(2022年),国家美术馆从七月到十月举办了吴冠中的作品展览。回顾过去,吴冠中在狮城作画的身影依旧令人怀念。 Wu Guanzhong (1919 – 2010) was a Chinese painter widely recognised as a founder of modern Chinese painting. His artworks display both Eastern and Western influences. Wu visited Singapore in 1990 at the age of 71 years old. This documentary was filmed during his stay in Singapore. Three decades on from the production of the documentary, the National Gallery Singapore held an exhibition of Wu's works from July to October this year. Looking back, the memories of Wu finding artistic inspiration in Singapore are worth cherishing. English Subtitles: Courtesy of National Gallery Singapore

Our Teacher, Wu Guanzhong | 吾师吴冠中


Wu Guanzhong (1919–2010) is one of the most significant Chinese painters of the 20th century, renowned for his innovative fusion of Chinese aesthetic elements with Western modernism. He is also acclaimed as an art educator, sharing his artistic practice and philosophies with students at leading art educational institutions in China over a teaching career that spanned more than 40 years. Beyond his exceptional artistic achievements, Wu Guanzhong was also an influential educator. Together with pre-recorded anecdotes from his students during his time teaching in the Central Academy of Art and Design, this session facilitated by the show’s curators offers a rare opportunity to learn more about the artist’s teaching philosophies and personality. 吴冠中除了有杰出的艺术成就,也是一位极具影响力的艺术教育家。这次的展览策展人对谈,穿插了吴氏于中央工艺美术学院的学生的预录对话片段,让我们有难得的机会,得以进一步了解吴师的教学思想及人品个性,并且聆听他所带领的写生旅行中的趣闻轶事。 * About the speakers Li Zhengming was the chief editor of the Art Department and art director of the English language newspaper China Daily. Previously, Li was a guest professor at the School of Urban Design, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Tsinghua Academy of Fine Arts, as well as the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. Li’s paintings have also won him accolades such as the Excellence Award in the “中国油画精品大赛” (Chinese Oil Painting Competition) in 1990 and the Bronze Award for Comics in the “中国新闻漫画” (China News Comics) in 2002. 李正明1982年从清华美术学院(旧中央工艺美术学院)毕业,曾任《中国日报》美术部高级编辑及报社美术总监。他曾受邀于中央美术学院城市设计学院,清华美术学院以及四川美术学院担任客座教授。李正明的画作曾于1990年荣获中国油画精品大赛优秀奖、2002年中国新闻漫画铜奖。 Zhang Geming is a painter, as well as Professor and PhD supervisor at the Department of Visual Communication Design, Academy of Fine Arts, Tsinghua University. He is also a distinguished researcher at the Wu Guanzhong Art Research Association. Zhang has also taught in the Department of Architecture at Tsinghua University, Central Academy of Art and Design, and Academy of Fine Arts at Tsinghua University. 张歌明是一名画家,毕业于清华美术学院(旧中央工艺美术学院)。他任职为清华大学美术学院视觉传达设计系教授、博士研究生指导教师和吴冠中艺术研究会特聘研究员。他曾在清华大学建筑系、中央美术学院、清华美术学院教学。 Zhang Peng is a painter, Senior Editor of China Radio and Television Publishing House, distinguished researcher at the Wu Guanzhong Art Research Association, Director of Painting Academy of Jiu San Society, as well as a member of the Beijing Oil Painters Association, Beijing Women Artists Association and the World Council of Women Artists. Her works are in the collections of the Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum and the Liberal Arts Gallery. 张鹏是一名画家,毕业于清华美术学院(旧中央工艺美术学院)。她任职为中国广播电视出版社资深编辑、也担任吴冠中艺术研究会特聘研究员、九三学社画院理事、北京油画家协会会员、北京女美术家联谊会会员以及世界艺术家协会会员。 * About Wu Guanzhong: Learning from the Master Wu Guangzhong: Learning from the Master invites you into the intimate dialogues between Wu and his students at the Central Academy of Art and Design on their creative journeys, as they explored the techniques, aesthetic sensibilities and more. This exhibition investigates for the first time Wu's art ideologies and pedagogical concepts through manuscripts, art journals, sketchbooks, photographs and drawings by the master and his students. It is the fifth exhibition in the Wu Guanzhong series, launched in 2015, and continues the explorations into Wu’s artistic life and practice. Wu Guanzhong: Learning from the Master is made possible with the support of our Strategic Partner, Cultural Matching Fund. 新加坡国家美术馆特此感谢我们的战略伙伴 Cultural Matching Fund。 For more information on the exhibition and other programmes, please visit 🤍 Revisit audio recordings of past talks on our podcast The Padang Sessions: 🤍 * DISCLAIMER The comments and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speakers, and do not represent the views of National Gallery Singapore. Every effort has been made to obtain permission to reproduce audio visual material in the recording. All copyright within this recording, without limitation, are retained by their respective owners. Opening track by Jevon Chandra. #NationalGallerySingapore #LetArtSurpriseYou

Wu Guanzhong Chinese Landscape Painting in 3D


This is a stereoscopic 3D conversion of Wu Guanzhong's Chinese Landscape brush painting.

Exhibit of Chinese master artist in Singapore


National Gallery Singapore held an exhibition on artworks of the famous Chinese painter Wu Guanzhong on Wednesday in the newly opened permanent exhibition hall named after the late painter. Many of his works are on display for the first time in Singapore.

Wu Guanzhong 吳冠中(1919-2010)Contemporary Chinese painter Chinese


tonykwk39🤍gmail.com Wu Guanzhong 吳冠中 (1919-2010) Contemporary Chinese painter Chinese 吳冠中(1919年8月29日-2010年6月25日),出生於中國江蘇省宜興市,現代中國畫家。 吳冠中是20世紀現代中國繪畫的代表性畫家,也是中國現代美術教育家,終生致力於油畫民族化及中國畫現代化之探索,堅韌不拔地實踐着「油畫民族化」、「中國畫現代化」的創作理念,形成了鮮明的藝術特色;他執着地守望着「在祖國、在故鄉、在家園、在自己心底」的真切情感,表達了民族和大眾的審美需求,他的作品具有很高的文化品格;國內外已出版畫集約40餘種,文集10餘種。 1942年畢業於國立藝術專科學校,1943年重慶大學建築系任助教。 1946年27歲考取教育部公費留學,同年與朱碧琴在南京結婚。 1947年到巴黎國立高級美術學校,同年秋長子可雨在宜興出生。 1949年中華人民共和國成立,去留問題經過多次反覆研討,吳冠中1950年秋返國,到中央美院任講師。 1953年任清華大學建築系任副教授、1956年北京藝術學院成立任油畫教研室主任,副教授,1964年調至中央工藝美術學院任教。 1978年59歲中央工藝美術學院主辦「吳冠中作品展」,這是他回國後首次個人作品展。 1979年被選為中國美術家協會常務理事,1985年當選全國政協委員,1994年當選為全國政協常務委員。 1995年中國油畫學會在北京成立,被推選為學會名譽主席。 2002年獲選為法蘭西學士院藝術院(Académie des Beaux-Arts de l'Institut de Fance)通訊院士(Correspondant)。 香港中文大學在2006年12月7日舉行的第63屆學位頒授典禮上,向吳冠中頒授榮譽文學博士學位。 2010年6月25日23點52分肺癌轉移在北京醫院逝世,享年91歲。 Wu Guanzhong (simplified Chinese: 吳冠中; traditional Chinese: 吳冠中; August 29, 1919 – June 25, 2010)[1] was a contemporary Chinese painter widely recognized as a founder of modern Chinese painting.[2] He is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary Chinese painters. Wu's artworks had both Western and Eastern influences, such as the Western style of Fauvism and the Eastern style of Chinese calligraphy. 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.[ Wu was born in a village in Yixing, Jiangsu province, in 1919. His family wanted him to become a teacher just like his father had been. In 1935, Wu passed the entrance exam and studied electrical engineering at Zhejiang Industrial School (浙江公立工业专门学校, a technical school of Zhejiang University) in Hangzhou. While in engineering school, Wu met an art student named Zhu Dequn who was studying at the National Hangzhou Academy of Art. During a trip to Zhu’s school, Wu got his first look at art and fell "madly in love" with it.[4] Against his father’s wishes, in 1936 he transferred to the art academy, studying both Chinese and Western painting under Pan Tianshou (1897–1971) and Lin Fengmian (1900–1991). Wu went through many trials and challenges during his years in college before he could master his craft. In 1937 the Sino-Japanese War began and the campus had to pick up and relocate in order to get out of the way of the invading Japanese army. During the constant movement during the war, Wu was able to see many different locations. He considered the adventures as a necessary journey to becoming a man and building his character. Wu benefitted greatly from the many teachers who taught him to paint and the rough journey to becoming a man. In 1942 he graduated from Hangzhou National Academy of Art and tried to find a job. During the war jobs were hard to find and Wu took a part-time job as a substitute teacher. He later found a job as a water color and drawing teacher in the Architecture Department of Chongqing University. After Wu graduated he continued to hone his craft and studied with some of his old colleagues from school like Zhu Dequn, Li Lincan and Zheng Wei. Each of these friends continued their art careers and left their mark on the art scene. [4] In 1946 Wu applied for one of the two art study abroad spots and was the best applicant who applied, this was in part to his French language studies. 1947 traveled to Paris to study at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts on the government scholarship. Even though France was still recovering from World War II, Wu was completely enthralled with the art. He visited all of the major museums within the first few days of his arrival. Wu was always a tremendous fan of French and European art. While in Europe, Wu realized the many cultural and religious differences between Europe and China. This was a difficult barrier for him to overcome to understand and appreciate some of the art. Wu found a great interest in the modern art of France despite his studying in European artistic traditions. He took a great liking to the Post-Impressionists like van Gogh, Gauguin and Cézanne. Wu loved van Gogh the most because of van Gogh’s passion for art and the internal torment he endured. Wu also felt the hardships that Gauguin felt when he left Paris for a South Pacific island in order to find his own personal ideal. Gauguin eventually died on the island. This trip helped Wu grasp the idea of form and the basic meaning of art. The study abroad trip also led to formalism becoming the basic underlying element of his art and studying in France helped him better understand formalism.

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Wu Guanzhong


Wu Guanzhong 1919-2010- es uno de los pintores chinos contemporaneos más conocidos. Ha pintado arquitectura, plantas, animales, personas y paisajes chinos en un estilo impresionista de principios de la década de 1900. Su obra fue expuesa en el Museo Británico en 1992.Nació en Yixing en la provincia de Jiangsu. En 1935 aprobó su examen de entrada en la escuela Industrial de Zhejiang. Un año despues con la influencia de Zhu Dequn se cambió a la Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes de Hangzhou donde estudió arte chino y occidental con Pan Tianshou y Ln Fengmian. Cuando estalló la guerra en 1937, se trasladó, primero a Yunnan y despues a Chongqing. Lin Fengmian, que había pasado varios años en Francia, premió a varios estudiantes con una beca para ir allí. Wu, con otros compañeros, partieron para Francia y en 1947 se matriculó en la Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes. Wu mostró su admiración por Utrillo, Braque, Matisse, Gauguin, Cezanne, Picasso y especialmente por Van Gogh. Despues de regresar a China en 1950, introdujo varios aspectos del arte occidental a sus alumnos en la Academia Cental de Bellas Artes de Beijing. La Academia era conocida por estar dominada por el realismo social y Wu fue acusado de "burgués". Al negarse a acatar el dogma político oficial fue trasladado de una academia a otra. Al comenzar la Revolución Cultural en 1966, ya no se le permitió pintar, escribir ni enseñar y en 1970 fue enviado a la provincia de Hebei para trabajar en el campo. En 1973 Wu fue uno de los primeros artistas que regresaron del campo, con la iniciativa de Zhou Enlai de decorar hoteles y restaurantes. Su rehabilitación fue sellada con una exposición en la Academia Central en 1978. Sus pinturas tienen colores occidentales pero el espíritu de China. Expuso en muchas galería y museos de todo el mundo, incluyendo China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japón, Corea, Inglaterra y and the USA. Wu Guanzhong en Beijing en 2010.

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Celebrated Masterpieces from Wu Guanzhong’s Creative Peak


Masterpieces by one of the greatest Chinese contemporary artists, Wu Guanzhong, are a highlight of our upcoming sale of Fine Chinese Paintings (10 July | Hong Kong). This video takes us through the celebrated career of the artist considered the founder of Modern Chinese painting and features works from the pinnacle of his artistic achievement from the 1970s to the 1990s. Learn More: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Beaux-arts en Chine : les oies du lac Tai - Wu Guanzhong


Le célèbre peintre chinois Wu Guanzhong était un maître qui a fusionné les influences artistiques de l'Orient et de l'Occident. Wu a peint divers aspects de la Chine, y compris son architecture, ses animaux, ainsi que ses paysages et ceux aquatiques. La pièce la plus mémorable s'appelle "Les oies du lac Tai". Grâce à son animation visuelle et à sa conception précises, la série documentaire "Beaux-arts en Chine" de China Media Group montre le contraste entre la dynamique et la statique de la nature par l'œuvre d'art, tout en mettant en évidence les concepts artistiques chinois dans les peintures.  Abonnez-vous sur YouTube: 🤍 Abonnez-vous sur : Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

More Wu Guanzhong art donated (23.12.2014)


nother 25 paintings by Wu Guanzhong have gone on show at the Museum of Art, bringing the total to 77. Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing today thanked the Wu family for the paintings, saying the museum plans to reserve a permanent exhibition area for Wu's works. Wu is a figure of extraordinary significance in Chinese art history in the 20th Century and he made a great contribution to the genre of integrating Chinese and Western art, Mr Tsang said. The museum has selected six paintings for exhibition at its Chinese Fine Art Gallery, including Leaping, A Lotus Pond (Double stamping) and Remaining Lotus Flowers in Ice & Snow. (🤍

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Wu Guanzhong at Asia Society


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Portraitures of Wu Guanzhong by Chua Soo Bin


Wu Guanzhong is widely recognized as a key figure in contemporary Chinese art. One photographer is paying tribute to the painter with an exhibit at the Tsinghua University Art Museum. It's a display of Wu's portraits from the 1980s to 1990s, giving viewers a glimpse of the man behind the canvas.

Bellas Artes en China: Wu Guanzhong


En 1974, Wu Guanzhong navegó por el lago Taihu para pintar, tratando de capturar el momento en que un grupo de gansos vuelan. Él pintó rápidamente, creando una gran cantidad de texturas con su pincel y capturando la dinámica de los gansos. La pintura tiene un color único que representa el encanto del lago Taihu. Wu Guanzhong usó la técnica de la pintura al óleo originada en el oeste para expresar la emoción china. "Gansos en el lago Taihu" es considerada como una obra maestra en la técnica del óleo chino de estilo libre. #China #ArteChino Suscríbanos en YouTube: 🤍 Síganos en: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

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