The 2017 Yangtze Delta Oil Painting Exhibition

Added by Admin on May 17, 2017|Updated on May 17, 2017


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May 23, 2017 - Jun 23, 2017
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Suzhou Art Museum
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The 2017 Yangtze Delta Oil Painting Exhibition will be held at Suzhou Art Museum from May 23 to June 23. The sponsors are the China Oil Painting Society, the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Culture, and the Suzhou Municipal People’s Government.

The 163 exhibits are selected through two rounds of screening. They include the works of 30 artists who are winners of the Yan Wenliang Art Awards. Yan (1893-1988) was a Suzhou-born artist who studied oil painting in France in the 1920s and 30s.

The exhibition is held annually in Suzhou to promote the development of oil painting in China with an emphasis on Chinese characteristics and elements of culture in the Yangtze Delta region.


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