Chinese artists by Michel Nau - Chang Jiahuang 常嘉煌  
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

Chang Jiahuang

 
 

常嘉煌

 
 

 

 
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1950

Chang Jiahuang was born in Dunuang, China.

 

His father Chang Shuhong and his mother Li Chengxian, both artists, restored

 

the Mogao grottos in Dunhuang.

   

1962

They introduced him to painting and watercolor, from the age of twelve.
   
 

They made him participate in the works in the Mogao grottos, by teaching him to restore

  and to copy the frescoes.
   

1978

He graduated from the School of Arts, Northwest University.

  ( oil painting department )

 

 

1984 / 1990

On return to China, he was professor and researcher at the University of Hangzhou.

 

 

1994

At the death of his father, he decided to continue his work by opening new caves

 

for contemporary artists.

   

2000

He participated in the creation of a large fresco: Dragon Forest

 

 

2004

He painted an outdoor mural, on the cliffs of Dunhuang

   

2009

He created a series of large formats on the theme of prosperous China.

 

 

2011

In Saint-Paul de Vence, France, during the show devoted to the evocation of the life

 

of his father, he painted Soleil Méditerrannéen.

   
   
 

Danièle Sicard

 

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