gg3 Xu Beihong, Galloping Sky Horse, Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper, 1942

Xu Beihong was a Chinese artist remembered for his Chinese ink paintings of predominately horses and birds. He was a champion for China's modern art scene in the 20th century.

gg Dorje Chang Buddha III, Loquat, Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper, 2013

H. H. Dorje Chang Buddha III's "Loquat" is reminiscent of ancient Chinese art. At first it appears simplistic in style, but hidden in the ink is a master work. H. H. Dorje Chang Buddha III treats the ink with a precision which means that there are no broken strokes or brush marks appear on the paper, creating an elegance and serenity to his work.

gg5 Wu Guanzhong, Spring in Southern China, 1979, Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper

Contemporary Chinese painter Wu Guanzhong was a master and regarded as a founding figure of modern Chinese painting. His works include such subjects as Chinese architecture, plants, animals, people and landscapes in a style which evokes the impressionist painters of the 1900s.

gg4 Zhang Daqian, Ink Splashed Mountain, 1964, Ink Splashed Mountain, Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper

Zhang during his lifetime lived in São Paolo, California, India and Taiwan. Having lived outside of his native China, he was inspired by Western art movements such as Abstract Expressionism. His works, with vibrant colors, are a reaction to the Abstract movement.

His work features the ''broken-ink'' technique which has its roots in the Tang dynasty of 618–907, which he uses to convey the explosiveness of nature.

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