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Zhao Shaoang (1905–1998), Baoguo Temple on Mount Emei, 1959. Horizontal wall scroll; ink and color on paper, 60.9 x 107.1 cm. Chu-tsing Li Collection; Digital photography by Ken Howie. (Cat. 1).

CAMBRIDGE, MA.- The Harvard University Art Museums present A Tradition Redefined: Modern and Contemporary Chinese Ink Paintings from the Chu-tsing Li Collection, 1950–2000 on view November 3, 2007 through January 27, 2008 at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum. This traveling exhibition of 63 works, drawn entirely from the collection of Chu-tsing Li—the finest and most comprehensive collection of its kind in the West—is the first to survey Chinese ink paintings produced during the second half of the 20th century. In examining this five-decade period, the exhibition demonstrates the dramatic evolution of Chinese ink painting in recent times and lays a foundation for understanding the international-style work that is being created in China today. In addition, the exhibition illustrates their graduate work in Chinese painting at the University of Kansas, studying with Chu-tsing Li. 2Lire la suite http://www.artdaily.com/section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=21012

Wan Qingli (b. 1945), Rugged Hills of North America (detail), 1989. Hanging scroll; ink and color on paper, 136.8 x 69.5 cm. Chu-tsing Li Collection; Digital photography by Ken Howie. (Cat. 54)