Wuhan Art Museum commemorates life of artist Zhang Zhenduo
On September 5, the Wuhan Art Museumheld the late famous painter Zhang Zhenduo's work exhibition and seminar to commemorate his contribution to the fine arts of Wuhan.
Zhang was the pioneer of the Yangtze River School of Painting. After he got settled in Wuhan in 1947, he devoted himself to art education in Hubei Province and trained many artists.
This exhibition features 24 Chinese flower and bird paintings collected and donated by Zhang's family. Also included are some of his sketches, used seals, painting brushes and a large amount of historical materials.
The exhibition will be open for free until September 25.
"Silk-cotton Tree and Two Birds"