This is a monograph of ink paintings by Qi Baishi, one of the most significant artists in modern Chinese art history. Trained as a carpenter, Qi learned to paint when he was at the age of twenty-seven. His paintings of insects and of shrimps and crabs were popular among collectors. The works presented here offer a glimpse of the artist's profilic body of work. With a preface by Dong Yulong.
Title type

Translated

Access level

Onsite

Location code MONL.QBS
Language

Chinese - Traditional

Publication/Creation date

1990

No of pages

265

ISBN / ISSN

7530502468

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph

(The Collection of the National Art Gallery: Paintings by Qi Baishi)
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The Collection of the National Art Gallery: Paintings by Qi Baishi, 中國美術館藏畫: 齊白石作品集

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