Chinese artists by Michel Nau - Xu Beihong  徐悲鸿  
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

Xu Beihong

 
 

徐悲鸿

 
 

 

 

© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 -  portrait - chinesenewart -

 
 
 
     
 
 
 

 

President of the Central Academy of Fine Arts of China
President of the Chinese Artists Association
 

1895

Xu Beihong ( 1895-1953 ) was born on July 19, in Yixing, Jiangsu Province, China.
   
 

His father Xu Dahang 徐达章  introduces him very young to Art .

 

( painting, calligraphy, poetry ).

   

1914

He went to Shanghai and studied French and drawing.
   

1917

After six months to study Art in Japan, he was appointed by Cai Yuanpei President

 

of Beijing University, to teach in Painting Methods Research Society.

   

1919

He went to study drawing and oil painting in Paris, France, in Julian Academy, then

 

in E.S.B.A. ( École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts )

   
 

He traveled to Europe to observe and learn Western techniques.

   

1926

He exhibited about forty oil paintings at the Tian Han ( 1898-1968 ) exhibition in Shanghai.

   

1927

His studies completed, he was at the head of the Art department of Nanguo Art Institute,
  taught at the Art Institute ob Beijing and then at the National Central University of Arts
  in Nanjing.
   

1933/1934

He organized a travelling exhibition of Chinese painting throughout Europe

 

( France, Belgium, Italy, Germany ) and an exhibition of modern Chinese painting

 

in Russia.

   

1939/1941

He held solo exhibitions in Singapore, India, and Malaysia to raise funds and redistribute

 

them to people suffering from war.

 

He participated in a collective exhibition with  Ren Bonian and Qi Baishi, the Chinese Ink

 

painting masters, featuring171 works at the Victoria Memorial Hall.

 

 

1949

Ha was appointed  President of the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
   
  Great Master of the Chinese Modern Art, he was known for his numerous Chinese ink
  paintings of horses and birds.
   

1953

On September 26, he died at the age of 58 from a stroke in Beijing.

 

Following his last wishes, his wife Liao Jingwen donated to the state of the entire

 

collection of books, calligraphies and paintings of the artist.

 

His home was then transformed into a museum in his memory.

   

1967

At the renovation of the subway, the museum was moved to No. 53 North Xinjiekou

 

Street, Beijing.

   
   
 

Danièle Sicard

 

© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿

 
 

   

Xu Beihong Museum  Beijing

www.xubeihong.org

   

© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 -徐悲鸿纪念馆  

徐悲鸿纪念馆

 

 

Xu Beihong Museum

 
 

catalogue 17,2 cm x 18,5 cm

 
  in chinese in english  
 

32  p

 
       
       
       
       
© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 - The Art of Xu Beihong -徐悲鸿的藝術  

The Art of Xu Beihong  徐悲鸿的藝術

the Urban Concil

 

texts  :  Zhu Huang, Liao Jingwen, Christina Chu

 
 

catalogue of the exhibition 15.04 03.07 1988

 
 

produced by Hong Kong Art Museum

 
 

30 cm x 26 cm

 
 

in chinese in english

 
 

156 p

 
 

isbn  :  962 215 085 3

 
     
     
     
       
       
© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 - Great Master  -  Xu Beihong  

Great Master  -  Xu Beihong

中国和平出版社出版编

 

text  :Liao Jingwen

Beijing  1995

 

catalogue 29,5 cm x 26 cm

 
 

in chinese in english

 
 

152 p

 
 

isbn  :  7 80101 487 1

 
     
     
     
     
       
       
       
© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 - 徐悲鸿 - 精品画集  

徐悲鸿 - 精品画集

人民美术出版社

 

zhongguodangdaiminghuajiazuopinji

北京  2006

 

中国当代名画家作品集

 
 

catalogue 21 cm x 14,5 cm

 
 

in chinese

 
 

432 p

 
 

isbn : 7 102 03114 9

 
     
       
       
       
   

 
 
 

© Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 -  Musée du Jeu de Paume 1933 Xu Beihong et André Dezarrois


Musée du Jeu de Paume 1933
Xu Beihong et André Dezarrois*


 

*André Dezarrois born on 23.12 1890 Historian of art, he was curator at the Luxembourg Museum, then at the Jeu de Paume,

 

    then at the Orangerie des Tuileries in Paris.

 


 
 
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