謝孝德 HSIEH HSIAODE (b.1940)

Born in Taoyuan, Taiwan, Hsieh Hsiao-De was devoted to the figurative style. Upon graduating from the Department of Fine Arts at the National Taiwan Normal University, he remained in the institute to teach. From 1973 to 1974, he traveled to Paris and did research on the Art School of Louvre. When he returned to Taiwan. He published a book titled "Neorealism” thus became the founder of Neorealism in Taiwan. Hsieh won numerous awards in Taiwan. He received First Place in the Tai-Yang Art Awards, and also receiving multiple awards from the Taiwan Provincial Fine Arts Exhibition. He held solo exhibition in Japan, American, Hong Kong and Taiwan. His works are collected in Nation Museum of History, Nation Taiwan Arts Education Center, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Nation Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts. His exhibitions include “Hsieh Hsiao-De Poetic Scenery Special Works Exhibition” (2012, National Hsinchu Art Museum); “Travel Literature: Hsieh Hsiao-De Special Works Exhibition” (2014, National Chuanghua Art Museum); “Hsieh Hsiao-De Watercolor Painting Solo Exhibition” (2015, Wei Rei Gallery, Taichung); “Mountain Reflection upon Water – Hsieh Hsiao-De” (2016, Wei Rei Gallery, Taichung).

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