【Customized Gift】Sunset at Li Meishu Memorial Hall

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【Customized Gift】Sunset at Li Meishu Memorial Hall

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Art criticism The sunset is infinitely good and it is only near dusk. The changes in the sky and clouds in the beautiful sunset written by Li Meishu are so charming. The fuchsia cloud sky is matched with the orange-yellow sunset, using contrasting colors to make people visually focus in the middle of the picture! With the trees in front and the green space in the middle, the freehand brushwork presents an intriguing painting! Introduction of genuine art Title: Sunset Material: Canvas Type of work: Oil painting Creation time: 1973 Subject matter: Landscape Collection: Li Meishu Memorial Hall 【Frameless painting】 Printing method|11-color top art micro-jet (Giclée) Material|1. The world's top brand Canson® Museum Pro matte oil canvas‧ 385g/m² extra thick pounds‧ Advanced technology of microporous coating‧ Matting waterproof protection‧100% pure cotton acid free 2. Economical matte canvas 280g/m²‧polyester fiber Dimensions | 20x30, 30x45, 40x60 Thickness 2 cm Back panel accessories|Handmade wooden plank, hidden nail design, lanyard Limited Edition|100 Pieces ★Museum-level canvas VS economical canvas https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52188070758_1092ee7074_c.jpg ★Limited editions will be accompanied by a certificate of number of editions purchased★ ★Shipped within 8 working days after ordering, excluding holidays★ https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52188544810_843a4b22cb_c.jpg Unframed paintings can enjoy rake You can use the laser engraving service on the back of the service to engrave what you want to say as a souvenir! ★For laser engraving service, please [Order Remarks] when placing an order Fill in the required text (no more than ten characters)★ https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52188313584_512dfd7524_c.jpg Artist introduction Li Meishu (1902-1983) studied in the normal department of the Governor's Mansion Mandarin School in his early years. He was deeply influenced by Western painting, and the idea of learning painting arose spontaneously. Early paintings "Still Life" in 1927; "Three Gorges Back Street" in 1928 were selected for the first and second Taiwan Exhibition. In 1928, he went to Tokyo to study painting in Kawabata, Tongzhou Society and three painting research institutes in Hong Kong. In the following year, he passed the entrance examination of Tokyo Art School (the predecessor of Tokyo Art University), Teachers such as Nagahara Kotaro, Kobayashi Mango and Okada Saburosuke, etc., laid a solid foundation for subsequent realistic styles. In 1934, together with friends Chen Chengbo, Yan Shuilong, Yang Sanlang, Liao Jichun, Chen Qingfen, Li Shiqiao, and Li Shi Tiechen, he co-created "Taiyang Art Association". In 1935, "Daughter of Rest" won the first seat of the 9th Taiwan Exhibition. Received the "Taiwan Governor's Award". In 1939, "Red Clothes" was selected for the 3rd Cultural Exhibition (formerly the Imperial Japan Exhibition). In 1940, "Flowers and Women" was selected for the 4th Literature Exhibition (Blessings Exhibition), which established his historical status as an outstanding Western artist in Taiwan. In 1946, he applied for the first provincial exhibition review committee, and the exhibition "Sunday" was purchased by the provincial government and presented to President Jiang. Large-scale paintings such as "Dusk" and "Outing" in 1948 are regarded as representative works. After Taiwan's recovery in 1945, In addition to getting involved in the local politics of the Three Gorges, in 1947, he was recommended by the public to preside over the reconstruction of the Qingshui Zushi Temple in Changfuyan. Since then, the subject matter and style of the paintings have increasingly tended to be local and realistic, expressing his maverick and arrogant demeanor. After 1962, he served as the Cultural University, the National Art College, Normal University and other art professors, directors and other teaching positions. Instructing art students and other sculpture students to participate in the metal relief project of the Three Gorges Zushi Temple, It is a pioneering work in the history of art education in Taiwan to invest the professional skills of the academy in the practice of traditional temple construction. In addition to the formal education of the college, Professor Li's contribution to the promotion of art education has guided many traditional wood and stone carvers hired by the Zushi Temple with rigorous and exquisite aesthetic qualities. The ancestral temple has become a "Palace of Oriental Art" built with high-quality carvings, and it is a classic masterpiece of modern temple architecture in Taiwan. In his later years, he was elected by the fine arts circles for such lofty positions as the chairman of the Oil Painting Society, the chairman of the Artists Association, and the honorary chairman of the Oil Painting Society. Li Jingwen, CEO of Li Meishu Memorial Hall Li Meishu Memorial Hall

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The sunset is infinitely good and it is only near dusk. The changes in the sky and clouds in the beautiful sunset written by Li Meishu are so charming. The fuchsia cloud sky is matched with the orange-yellow sunset, using contrasting colors to make people visually focus in the middle of the picture! With the trees in front and the green space in the middle, the freehand brushwork presents an intriguing painting!

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