Chinese Art

Chinese culture is rich in Arts and Sciences, elaborate Painting and Printing techniques, and delicate pottery and sculpture. Chinese architectural traditions were enormously respected all over the world. Chinese language and literature, philosophy, and politics are still regarded as a strong influence.

Chinese art includes painting, calligraphy, architecture, pottery, sculpture, bronzes, jade carving, and other fine or decorative art forms produced in China over the centuries.

Modern & Contemporary Chinese artists have created a new visual language that embodies aspects of traditional Chinese art, while responding to a time of great transition. Their artworks express personal beliefs, national pride, and international awareness.

Artists Include:

Wu Fang-guu
Wu Fang-guuChina
Wu Fang-guu _morning fog_ 1987 46.5 x 39

Morning fog 1987 46.5 x 39


Scene from Gulangyu 1982 51x37

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