This is a 2007 article about Li Huayi, a Chinese painter based in San Francisco whose ink landscapes hearken back to the Northern Song literati. It describes the trajectory of his career and specific works that inspire him, and mentions his November 2007 show Eskenazi in London.

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Location code CLP.07.11.03
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English

Keywords

ink paintingdiaspora

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3 – 4 Nov 2007

Source of publication

International Herald Tribune, 3 – 4 Nov 2007, p. 11

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1

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clipping

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A Master's Ethereal Visions, Inspired by East and West