East Asian Friday: From the Heart of the Yellow Mountains – The Landscape Paintings of Hong Ling

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Date: 7 April 2017
Time: 19:00 - 20:00
Location: BRLSI
Admission: Public £6; Friends/Students £3

Speaker: Dr Mary Redfern (Curator of the East Asian Collections, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin)

Huangshan, China’s Yellow Mountains, has been both home and muse for the artist Hong Ling for more than twenty years. A designated UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural importance, it has inspired Chinese artists and poets across generations. This lecture explores how Hong Ling connects to China’s past masters through this extraordinary place, as the paintings he creates in his studio capture the essence of this landscape.


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Iamge: 1994 Hong Ling-North Jin Pear Blossom Tree 晉北梨花-50x60cm-Oil on Canvas-1994-Taiwan Wu Collections

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Add to your Calendar 7 April 2017 19:00 7 April 2017 20:00 Europe/London [MEAA] East Asian Friday: From the Heart of the Yellow Mountains – The Landscape Paintings of Hong Ling

Speaker: Dr Mary Redfern (Curator of the East Asian Collections, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin)

Huangshan, China’s Yellow Mountains, has been both home and muse for the artist Hong Ling for more than twenty years. A designated UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural importance, it has inspired Chinese artists and poets across generations. This lecture explores how Hong Ling connects to China’s past masters through this extraordinary place, as the paintings he creates in his studio capture the essence of this landscape.

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