Feng Jianqi Oil Painting Show

Added by Admin on Jun 19, 2013|Updated on Jun 19, 2013


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Jun 19, 2013 - Jun 23, 2013
9am-5pm, closed on Mondays
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Suzhou Art Museum
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Feng Jianqin, a celebrated painter, is exhibiting his oil works at the Suzhou Art Museum until June 23. The 53 paintings were created after his retirement from Nanjing Art Institute.

Feng is now director of the Lacquer Painting Committee of the Chinese Artist Association and chairman of the Jiangsu Art Education Board. Many of his students are now outstanding artists in China.

Some of the 53 oil paintings on display depict tourist attractions in Suzhou, such as the Lion Grove Garden, Master of Nets Garden, Tiger Hill and Tianping Hill.


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