HU NIENTSU(b.1927)


Born in Hunan, China. In 1946, Hu was admitted to the Nanking College of Fine Arts majoring in Chinese Painting. In 1948, he studied Chinese landscape painting under the master painter, Huang Chun-Pi, and in the following year, he came to Taiwan with Huang. In 1951, he became a teaching assistant at the Taiwan Province Normal College (now the National Taiwan Normal University), where he also studied Chinese Northern-school landscape painting under Pu Hsin-yu. In 1959, Hu started teaching at the National College of Fine Arts (now the National Taipei University of Arts). He later resigned from his teaching post to concentrate in his landscape paintings. Hu has held more than a hundred exhibitions in Taiwan and abroad. He received an honorary doctorate of arts from Dewey University in the US where he also exhibited his works, marking a new page in East-West exchange.


TAI JINGNONG(1902-1990)


Born in Anhui, China. A well-known writer and literary critic long-term concentrated study of Chinese classical literature. history and art. profound knowledge each with a unique academic ideas. In his early years, he was an "Unnamed community members” affiliated with Lu Xun. He had taught at Fu Jen Catholic, Qilu, Shandong, Xiamen Zhu University and Sichuan Jiangjin Women's Teachers College. In his late years, he was a professor of National Taiwan University and a book writer. His calligraphy medium ranged from ink inscriptions, Stele, Beiban and other ink mediums. He is also good at carving, painting. Before the out break of the War of against Japan, he taught at Fu Jen Catholic University, Shandong University. After the war, he went to Taipei and became the professor and chairman of the National Taiwan University.

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