Liu Jiyou of the havoc

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Liu Jiyou (October 3, 1918-November 5, 1983) people in Tianjin, an outstanding Chinese painter, comic book artist, comics, founder of new China, Mount Taishan and the North Star, even the first person.   Liu Jiyou was born as member of Chinese artists Association, Vice President of the Beijing’s meticulous research, Vice President of the Beijing painting research society. People, animals, birds and flowers, writing and long. Works are paintings of the song the Tiger, 1956 World Youth Festival Prize for artwork, 1956 in Leipzig book fair gold medal, 1984, Switzerland Cilleuls the first international Comics Festival receive a special honorary …

Paintings the havoc to participate in the national fine arts exhibition, art award by art critics as “the Chinese century.” Wu Song’s main works are also in the dream of the Tiger photos (of paintings), the unlimited spring ‘, ‘ Golden Monkey ‘ and ‘ tiger ‘, three dozen bones Jing, Journal of the the Yellow Turbans Uprising (** for China Museum of history), of the jintian uprising (** for Nanjing Museum of history). These works to show the world a new style of Chinese painting, with its established itself on the excellence of the plastic arts in the international art world! Also many art critics praised him: “Orient of Rembrandt and Michelangelo.”.

Appendix masters classic   meticulous paintings   the havoc made in 1956: terminally ill before he created a huge painting of the two lions, to the national people’s Congress. Liu Jiyou for his noble character, superb painting art treasure has added a valuable asset for the country. He teach longer, drawing and color, painting after Impressionism, combining Chinese and Western painting in a furnace. His figures, animals, flowers and birds, landscapes form and spirit, style of painting is rigorous, unique, renowned at home and abroad …

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Liu Jiyou of the havoc

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