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  • "Jinling School of Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition" held by Nanjing Museum in Shanxi Museum
  • Source: 2013-10-31
  • According to the report from our correspondent, from July 18 to September 1 in 2013, Nanjing Museum carefully selected 89 pieces (sets) boutiques from the collection of "Jinling School eight masters’" calligraphy and paintings and held" Jinling School of Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition" in Shanxi Museum. Huang Lumin, the Vice Director, attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech.
    Jinling School of Painting and Calligraphy, born in late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty in Nanjing, draws far-reaching impact on the art world in Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. Their paintings embrace hard straight lines and clear outline, with landscapes of Nanjing outskirts as topic, featured in overall sense of ink, color contrast and set-off. More importantly, their landscape works usually show vicissitudes, elegancy and handsome thanks to the diverse scenery, emotion and feelings.
    In recent years, Shanxi Museum and Nanjing Museum have jointly held exhibitions for many times, providing rich cultural feast for Shanxi audience. It is believed that this exhibition can allow Shanxi audience to appreciate "Jinling School eight great masters’" otherworldly taste of delight by following these handsome and elegant landscape paintings.

    Huang Lumin, the Vice Director, is giving a speech

     Mr. Huang is enjoying the exhibition.


    Gong Xian’s "Mountains in summer rains"


    Yang Wencong’s "Deadwood, bamboo and stones"