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Xu Beihong

徐悲鸿 Xu Beihong

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Brief introduction: Xu Beihong (1895-1953), modern painter and art educator. Han nationality, Yixing, Jiangsu. He studied abroad in France and studied Western painting. After returning to China, he has been engaged in art education for a long time. He has taught in the Department of Art of National Central University, the School of Art of Peiping University, and Peiping Art College. After 1949 he served as the dean of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He is good at characters, beasts, flowers and birds, advocates realism, especially respects Ren Bonian in the tradition, emphasizes the integration of Chinese painting reform and western painting techniques, and advocates light and modeling, emphasizes the anatomical structure of the object, accurate grasp of the skeleton, and emphasizes the ideological connotation of the work. It had a great influence on the Chinese painting circle at that time. The Chinese paintings are painted in colorful ink, which is especially famous for galloping horses. His masterpieces such as "Tian Heng 500 Hundred Scholars", "I Hate Me", Chinese painting "Nine Fangyi", "Yu Gong Yi Shan" and other huge works are full of patriotism and sympathy for the working people, showing the tenacity of the people. Perseverance and indomitable spirit expressed anxiety and anxiety for the peril of the nation and longing for the liberation of light. He often paints galloping horses, lions, morning chickens, etc., giving people vitality and strength, showing an exhilarating positive spirit.

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Chinese name: Xu Beihong

Foreign name: Xu Beihong

Nationality: Chinese

Nationality: Han

Place of birth: Yutingqiao Town, Yixing County, Jiangsu

Died: 1953-09-26

Xu Beihong personal background

Occupation: painter, art educator

Graduated from: National Academy of Fine Arts in Paris

Xu Beihong personal contribution

Main achievements: Chinese modern art education, Chinese painting reform

Representative works: "Yugong Moves the Mountain", "Eight Horses", "Wounded Lion", "Tian Heng 500 Scholars"

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