Evolution of Landscape Paintings in the Ming and Qing Dynasties

November 9, 2019 14:00-16:00 B1, Multifunction Hall of the Capital Museum 200 people

In the Ming and Qing dynasties, as figure and bird-and-flower paintings declined, landscape painting reached its peak. Through facsimile and imitating ancient styles, reform and innovation, landscape painting underwent a transition from a literati to a genre focus, passing through periods of prosperity and decline, assuming different features.


This is a great opportunity to enjoy landscape paintings of the Ming and Qing dynasties with you visitors.


Zhu Wanzhang is a research librarian of the National Museum of China, and a member of the Theoretical Committee of China Artists Association. He specializes in the appreciation and collection of calligraphy and paintings, art history research and art review. He has written over 20 books, including Appreciation of Calligraphy and Research of Paintings and Art History, Summer Passing and Refined Pastimes: Focus on the History of Appreciation and Collection of Calligraphy and Paintings, Appraisal and Detection of Forgeries of Ancient Chinese Calligraphy and Paintings, Collection of Painting Appraisal Essays, A World of Paintings, A New Account of the Painting World, Collection of Essays on the Appreciation of Calligraphy and Paintings, Discussions on Calligraphy and Paintings in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Letters on the Collection and Appreciation of Calligraphy and Paintings, Collection and Appraisal of Calligraphy and Paintings since the Song and Yuan Dynasties, etc. Besides, he is also adept at painting, himself. Works showing his art include Paintings of Calabashes, Art Learning: Zhu Wanzhang and His Art World, Besides Study: Recent Painting Works of Zhu Wanzhang, etc.


Based on the famous landscape paintings this author has viewed, this lecture seeks to analyze the evolution of landscape paintings in different phases of the Ming and Qing dynasties.


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Registration Date: November 9, 2019 14:00-16:00

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