Paintings of the New Wu School

Added by Admin on Oct 22, 2012|Updated on Oct 22, 2012

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Oct 18, 2012 - Oct 28, 2012
Suzhou Art Museum
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The Wu School (Wu Men Hua Pai 吴门画派)is a distinguished school of Chinese painting got acknowledged from the Ming dynasty. ShenZhou, WenZhiMing, Tang Yin, and Qiu Ying, the four intellectuals and scholars original from Suzhou, are representatives of this art genre that is well known for its elegancy and lively details.

Since the middle of last century, the New Wu School has won its reputation as the contemporary Suzhou artists have provided their renderings of a Suzhou style by broadening the art topics to where out of Suzhou and when a modern China.

Come to the Suzhou Art Museum to check it out in October.


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