From the 6th of November, 2015, the Research Museum of the Russian Art Academy is hosting an exhibition featuring works by a Chinese artist Han Yuchen.
Born in 1954, Han Yuchen has loved calligraphy and painting from his earliest years, thanks to the guidance and influence of his family. In the 1970s, he began to learn about painting with Li Hua, Su Gaoli and Liang Yulong of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, as well as with the prominent artist Zhang Wenxin. Many of his paintings, calligraphy and photos have been selected for exhibitions across China. In recent years, his oil paintings inspired by Tibet have been widely acclaimed in artistic circles because of their authentic and vivid representation of Tibetan life.
Han Yuchen is currently an Honorary Member of the Oil Painting Art Committee of the Chinese Artists’ Association, member of the China Calligraphers’ Association, Vice-President of the Hebei Calligraphers’ Association, member of the China Photographer’s Association, member of the National People’s Congress and President of the Handan Sun Group.
The exhibition is open until the 22nd November, 2015