Wu GuonZhon emerged from study in Paris and Communist China's punishment for study in Paris with a vision grounded in landscape and traditional Chinese painting, black ink, Chinese watercolor on rice paper. He understood the Grand Canyon and the Yellow River with equal insight and passion. His paintings became a unique vision, leading by example while other Chinese artists sought abstract expressionism. Eventually China recognized him as one of their great 20th painters. You can, too, well into August 2012.
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