傅狷夫 FU CHUANFU (1910-2007)

Born in Hangzhou, China. Fu was a descendant of a scholar who passed the imperial examinations. His father encouraged him to cultivate the art of Chinese calligraphy. At the age of 17, he started studying Chinese painting. Armed with a good foundation.  Fu, who received formal training in traditional Chinese painting in China, taught over a 10-year period, starting in 1962, at the National Taiwan University of the Arts, formerly known as the National Taiwan Academy of the Arts.The collection being put on view has Fu employing "cracking-chapping-wrinkling" and misting methods. Misting and blank spaces are his methods to capture the moods of the different seasons. He combines painting and calligraphy in his works. A number of his most representative works became the permanent acquisitions of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum when his former student Huang Kuang-nan was the director. Fu's exhibition in Taipei will include many works on loan from museums and collectors in Taiwan.

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