37,6" XU BEIHONG "Eagles" painting art printed on canvas

37,6" XU BEIHONG "Eagles" painting art printed on canvas

XU BEIHONG (1895 - 1953)

Title of artwork: "Eagles"

Ready to hang on the wall. Canvas on the wooden underframe. Outer frame are not included!

Year: 1930-1940

Technique: printed on canvas nowadays

Condition: perfect

Diagonal: 37,6" or 95,5 cm.

Size: 27,6" x 25,6" (in) or 70 x 65 cm.

Please note that this is a reproduction printed on canvas

The size may differ from how it looks in the photo

Color can be slightly different from the picture.

Xu Beihong (also known as Ju Péon), was a Chinese painter. He was primarily known for his Chinese ink paintings of horses and birds and was one of the first Chinese artists to articulate the need for artistic expressions that reflected a modern China at the beginning of the 20th century. He was also regarded as one of the first to create monumental oil paintings with epic Chinese themes – a show of his high proficiency in an essential Western art technique. He was one of the four pioneers of Chinese modern art who earned the title of "The Four Great Academy Presidents". Xu constantly pushed the boundaries of visual art with new techniques and international aesthetics, in bid to reinvent Chinese art. In fact, Xu's influence extends beyond China in the early 20th-century. Many pioneer Singapore artists such as Chen Wen Hsi, Lee Man Fong and Chen Chong Swee looked up to him as a mentor and a worthy peer, sharing Xu's advocate to closely observe nature and inject realism into Chinese painting. Xu died of a stroke in 1953. After his death, a Xu Beihong Memorial Museum was established at his home in Beijing by his wife Liao Jingwen.

Ref.: 101132002979

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