黃賓虹 HUANG BINHONG (1865-1955)

Formerly known as Mao-Zhi, as a native of Anhui She Province, Huang Bin-Hong was born in 1965 in Zhejiang Jinghua. He studied painting at an early age, when he is not in school, Huang would often imitates the family collection of Shen Tingrui’s landscape paintings. In 1949, he was appointed as the vice chairman of the Chinese Artist Association East branch, he also took the post of professor at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, China; and in 1953, became the head of the research department. His painting style showed the influence of the earlier painters Li Liu-Fang, Cheng Sui, Cheng Zheng-Kui and Kun Can. He is considered one of the last innovators in the literati style of painting and is noted for his freehand landscapes.­­­­­ Huang advocated studying the Tang and Song works “to trace the past, in order to initiate the future.” He wrote “Huafa Yaozhi” (Principles of Paintings), he also wrote poetry, literature, and worked as a publisher and editor of a variety of art books and journals.  

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