Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

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Lingnan Masters: South Chinese Painting in Transition 1800–2000

(from 6th Aug 2013 until 23rd Feb 2014)

Discover the mastery of the Lingnan School of painting in China over the last 200 years.

Detail of ‘Lychees and cicada', by Chen Shuren, Hong Kong, 1928 (Museum no: EA2002.72)
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Artists from the Lingnan region

Traditional artists

Guqing Peak (EA1965.27) Guqing Peak (EA1965.27) Peach Blossom Cave (EA1965.29) Peach Blossom Cave (EA1965.29) Wangzhong Peak (EA1965.30) Wangzhong Peak (EA1965.30)
Feiyun Peak (EA1965.31) Feiyun Peak (EA1965.31) Yunmu Peak (EA1965.33) Yunmu Peak (EA1965.33) Meihua Village (EA1965.35) Meihua Village (EA1965.35)
Sails on the Autumn River (EA1963.18) Sails on the Autumn River (EA1963.18) Blue and purple wisteria (EA2007.162) Blue and purple wisteria (EA2007.162)

Further afield

Three gibbons swinging on a tree branch (EA1995.297) Three gibbons swinging on a tree branch (EA1995.297) Clouds around Mount Huang (EA1995.204) Clouds around Mount Huang (EA1995.204)
Snow on mountains (EA1995.239) Snow on mountains (EA1995.239) Misty landscape (EA1995.203) Misty landscape (EA1995.203)

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