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December-8-2018
Oil painting by master bought for 112.7m yuan
Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong's oil painting of a serene Jiangnan landscape fetched 112.7 million yuan ($16 million) at Poly International Auction's sale in Beijing.
December-4-2018
Exhibition features works of 90-year-old art teacher, his 227 students
An exhibition showcasing the works of Chen Xichuan, a 90-year-old Chinese art teacher, and 227 of his students is ongoing in the Li Zijian Art Museum in Changsha, Hunan Province.
December-4-2018
Famous Jiangnan landscapes to go under the hammer
Wu Guanzhong's two paintings, both titled Twin Swallows, will be auctioned in Beijing on Thursday by Poly International Auction.
December-3-2018
Exhibition features works of 90-year-old art teacher, his 227 students
An exhibition showcasing the works of Chen Xichuan, a 90-year-old Chinese art teacher, and 227 of his students is ongoing in the Li Zijian Art Museum in Changsha, Hunan Province.
December-3-2018
Exhibition honors overseas Chinese people's contribution
An exhibition kicked off in Beijing on Wednesday to reflect overseas Chinese people’s contribution to China’s Reform and Opening-up over the past four decades.
December-3-2018
Encountering art: travelling canvases bring hundreds of stories together
Hadina, from Egypt, was surprised to find her painting included in the "Art Travel" program by Yinchuan Han Meilin Art Museum and displayed at the museum in northwest China.
December-3-2018
Contemporary Greek art displayed in Beijing
An exhibition of contemporary Greek art, featuring writing and paper, has opened at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) in Beijing.
December-2-2018
1,000-year-old ink painting sells for US$59.2M
11th-century Chinese ink painting fetched HK$463.6 million at a Christie's sale in Hong Kong, making it one of the most expensive of all classic Chinese paintings and works of calligraphy sold at auction.
December-2-2018
Bringing lost ceramic craftsmanship back to life
China launched campaign to revitalize the tradition of "Ding ware" making in 1970s, after the technique fell into decline after end of Yuan Dynasty.
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