Xu Qinsong's ink works on show

By Lin Qi | chinadaily.com.cn | 2016-12-08 09:00
Xu Qinsong's ink works on show

Highland Sunshine created by Xu Qinsong in 2001. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

In the Soul, Mountains Art Galloping, an exhibition in the city of Zhengzhou, is now showing dozens of ink paintings by Xu Qinsong, a 64-year-old artist of the classical Chinese style. The display, which is being held at Henan Provincial Art Museum in Central China through Saturday, has a selection of Xu's works that have been inspired by Han Shanzi, a Tang Dynasty (618-907) monk who lived in caves and wrote poems. Art lovers can expect to see the balance between abstract and figurative approaches that Xu has achieved in his paintings of nature.

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