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ZAO Mou-ki (27 Apr 2003)

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Introduces the Chinese artist Zao Mou-ki, who has earned international recognition for his paintings. Born in Beijing, Zao moved to Nantong at an early age and began to study at an art school in Hangzhou at the age of fourteen. At that time, Chinese painting was influenced by the west, and artists would choose between Chinese or western styles. Zao chose to specialize in western-style oil painting. After graduating he went to France to further his studies. In this prpgramme, Zao shares his experience in learning painting and explains his understanding of painting. Kao May-ching (Dean, School of Art & Social Science, The Open University of Hong Kong) and Lui Chun-kwong (Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) analyse Zao's painting style.

Program: 
Success Stories
Publish Date: 
Sunday, April 27, 2003
Station: 
RTHK
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