Chinese artists by Michel Nau - Pan Yuliang

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

Pan Yuliang

 
 

潘玉良

 
     
 

Pan Yuliang - portrait - ( BM de Lyon, Fonds Chinois, s.c. )

 
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1895

Chen Yüqing 陈秀清 was born on May 22 in Yangzhou, province of Jiangsu, East of China.

 

The next year her father died and her mother also passed away eight years after.

 

She is taken in by her uncle.

   

1907

She was sold at a brothel in Wùhù, province of Anhui where she will have to prostitute

 

herself during four years.

 

One day she met a senior official, Pan Zanhua ( 1885 - 1959 ) who were touched

 

by her misery, decided to buy her freedom.

   

1913

She became his second wife and by gratefulness renamed herself Pan.

 

Driven by this scholar who was trained in Japan, she can finally consider learning

 

to write, paint and study.

   

1918

She passed the entrance exam of the School of Fine Arts of Shanghai where

 

she learned western painting with Wang Jiyuan.

   

1921

She graduated from the School of Fine Arts of Shanghai and got the scholarship

 

that allowed her to be part of the first promotion of Chinese students entering

 

the Franco-Chinese Institute of Lyon.

   

1923

She went to Paris to follow the course of Lucien Simon ( 1861-1945 )

 

and Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret (1852-1929 ).

 

She met Xu Beihong who entered the Higher School of Fine Arts in 1919

 

and she became her classmate.

   

1925

She went to Italy at the Royal Accademy of Rome to study sculpture in the workshop

 

of Conomardi.

   

1926

She won the first prize at the Roman Art Salon.

   

1928

Invited by Liu Haisu to come to Shanghai, she returned to China, where a large exhibition

 

proclaimed her the first great Chinese artist to Western painting.

 

She first taught at the art institute in Shanghai and the central Nanjing University

 

under the direction of Xu Beilong, but her past always seems to catch up;

 

her courses are poorly attended. Her paintings of nudes, chocked the public opinion.

   

1939

She returned to settle in Paris.

 

She arrived in France in the throes of war, she experienced a difficult life, but far

 

to discourage her, she participated in numerous exhibitions.

   

1977

On July 22, she died in her miserable apartment.

 

She was buried in the cemetery of Montparnasse in Paris, with her longtime friend :

 

Wang Shouyi.

   
   
 

Danièle Sicard


 
 
 

© Pan Yuliang

 
 
 
 
     
   


Solo exhibitions  
selection

 
       
    Taiwan  

2006

11.02 09.04 History Museum  
    Taipei  
    China  

2007

16.08 15.11 Capital Museum  
    Beijing  
       
    China  

2008

03.08 05.08 Museum  
    Suzhou  

 

     

 

     

 

 


Collective exhibitions  
selection

 

 

     
    France  

2011

09.09 31.12 Cernuschi Museum Les Artistes Chinois à Paris
    75008 Parisis  
       


 
 

© Pan Yuliang

 
 
 
 

   
Sicardartpaysloire www.sicardartpaysloire.com

Anhui Museum 

http://www.ahm.cn/english/index.jsp 

 


 
 

© Pan Yuliang

 
 



Books, catalogues, articles on Pan Yuliang and his work could be alone  
the object of a publication. - selection.

       
       

© Pan Yuliang

 

QUATRE ARTISTES CHINOISES CONTEMPORAINES

Musée Cernuschi

 

Pan Yu-Lin, Lam Oi, Ou Seu-Tan, Shing Wai

1977

 

catalogue for the exhibitionfrom  26.03  to 30.04

 
 

Musée Cernuschi  Paris

 
 

First cover "Liseuse" 1964, work on paper by Pan Yuliang

 
     
     
     
       
       
       
       
       
   

潘玉良

 

© Pan Yuliang

 

柯孟德等著

Overseas

 

PAN YU-LIN

Chinese Fine Arts

 

Series (III)

2007

 

in chinese

 
 

30 cm x 23 cm

 
 

201 p

 
 

isbn 978 986 7034 46 5

 
     
     
     
       
       
       
       
       

© Pan Yuliang

  Artistes Chinois à Paris Paris-Musées
 

catalogue of the exhibition from 09.09to31.11

2011

 

Musée Cernuschi, Paris

 
 

on cover, detail of  Pan Yuliang's work.

 
  in french  
  27 cm x 21 cm  
  265 p  
     
     
 

 

 
   

 

 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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Pan Yuliang Video

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
       
       
       
       
 
 
 

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