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The exhibition selects a hundred paintings by different pain ters across late Ming dynasty to modern times. These exhibits present a wid e diversity in subjects as well as styles of Chinese paintings selected fro m the Museum collection.

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Works on display include the paintings of early years by well-known Guangdong painters such as Zhang Mu\, Li Jian\, L iang Yuwei\, Su Liupeng and Su Renshan\, etc. In later years\, Ju Chao and Ju Lian brothers\, who had created the “Geshan School”\, became the forerun ners of the “Lingnan School of Paintings”\, which marked a milestone in Chi nese painting history. Among others\, the “Three Masters of the Lingnan Sch ool” — Gao Jianfu\, Gao Qifeng and Chen Shuren as well as their students\, namely He Qiyuan\, Zhao Shao’ang\, Guan Shanyue and Yang Shanshen\, etc.\, are a group of pioneers who adopted the Western perspective into traditiona l Chinese paintings. Besides\, a number of Guangdong painters from “The Chi nese Painting Research Society” like Pan He\, Yao Lixiu\, etc. also advocat ed reforms on Chinese paintings and their views had exerted great impact on the art circle at that time.

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Since the 20th century\, particularly after the founding of the People’s Republic of China\, painters throughout the country such as Qi Baishi\, Huang Binhong\, Xu Beihong\, Pan Tianshou\ , Lin Fengmian\, Zhang Daqian\, Li Keran\, Lu Yanshao\, and also contempora ry painters like Wu Guanzhong and Huang Yongyu\, etc.\, all sought to break away from traditional styles of painting under the influence of western id eas — either adapting Western techniques\, or making innovative moves in re ference of the traditional methods\; their efforts have all contributed to the diversity of painting styles of the time. Meanwhile\, some painters in Hong Kong insisted to preserve the Chinese painting traditions\, namely Li Yanshan\, Huang Bore\, Peng Ximing\, etc. On the other hand\, there were so me painters who advocated innovative and revolutionary ink paintings like D ing Yanyong\, Liu Guosong and Lu Shoukun\, etc. After mid-1980s\, the “New Literati Paintings” emerged in the tide of “Cultural Revival”. A group of y oung Chinese painters who had experienced the Cultural Revolution including Shi Hu\, Hu Yongkai\, Nie Ou and Lu Fusheng\, etc. developed a unique art scene of the time and its influence still echoes today.

DTEND:20131030 DTSTAMP:20140723T160908 DTSTART:20130322 GEO:22.2938;114.170513 LOCATION:The Hong Kong Museum of Art\,10 Salisbury Road\, Tsim Sha Tsui Kow loon\nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Hundred Chinese Paintings from the Hong Kong Museum of Art\, Qi B aishi\, Xu Beihong\, Huang Binhong\, Huang Bore\, Ju Chao\, Zhang Daqian\, Lin Fengmian\, Lu Fusheng\, Wu Guanzhong\, Liu Guosong\, Pan He\, Shi Hu\, Li Jian\, Gao Jianfu\, Li Keran\, Ju Lian\, Su Liupeng\, Yao Lixiu\, Zhang Mu\, Nie Ou\, Gao Qifeng\, He Qiyuan\, Su Renshan\, Yang Shanshen\, Guan Sh anyue\, Zhao Shao’ang\, Lu Shoukun\, Chen Shuren\, Pan Tianshou\, Peng Ximi ng\, Li Yanshan\, Lu yanshao\, DING Yanyong\, Hu Yongkai\, Huang Yongyu\, L iang Yuwei UID:258713 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130322T180000 DTSTAMP:20140723T160909 DTSTART:20130322T100000 GEO:22.2938;114.170513 LOCATION:The Hong Kong Museum of Art\,10 Salisbury Road\, Tsim Sha Tsui Kow loon\nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Hundred Chinese Paintings from the Hong Kong Museum of Art\, Qi B aishi\, Xu Beihong\, Huang Binhong\, Huang Bore\, Ju Chao\, Zhang Daqian\, Lin Fengmian\, Lu Fusheng\, Wu Guanzhong\, Liu Guosong\, Pan He\, Shi Hu\, Li Jian\, Gao Jianfu\, Li Keran\, Ju Lian\, Su Liupeng\, Yao Lixiu\, Zhang Mu\, Nie Ou\, Gao Qifeng\, He Qiyuan\, Su Renshan\, Yang Shanshen\, Guan Sh anyue\, Zhao Shao’ang\, Lu Shoukun\, Chen Shuren\, Pan Tianshou\, Peng Ximi ng\, Li Yanshan\, Lu yanshao\, DING Yanyong\, Hu Yongkai\, Huang Yongyu\, L iang Yuwei UID:258714 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR