Chow Su-sing's paintings and calligraphy on display

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Jul 17, 2012 - Aug 16, 2012
July 17 – August 16
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Suzhou Art Museum
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Professor Johnson Chow Su-sing was born in the city of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province in 1923. The land of his birth is home to men of letters and Chow is upheld as a key figure in the heritage of the Wu School of Chinese painting dating back to the Ming Dynasty. He is also the role model of literati and painters in contemporary China.

Chow’s works are a manifestation of his travels that stretched over half a century, and serves to uplift people with his passion for life and all things living. Apart from his artistic creations, Chow also used writing to spread his ideas that were published in a series of commentaries compiled under a wide array of titles on arts.

Venue: No 4, 5 Hall, Suzhou Museum of Art


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