Artists

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Ma Changli (1931), a member of the Hui minority, was born in Shanhaiguan, Hebei Province. In 1953, he graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Central Art Academy and stayed on for another…
Ma Ding (1927) was from Wuhan, Hubei Province. Ma was self-taught. In 1950, he became a copy clerk in the Southwest Public Security Paper mill, and transferred in 1953 to work as a section member in…
Ma Hongdao (1942) hails from Yantai, Shandong Province. He graduated from the Oil Painting department of the Zhejiang Art Academy in 1966. Since then, he has worked with the All-China Federation of…
Ma Lequn (1933) was born in Shanghai. He belongs to the Hui minority. In the early 1950s, he studied fine arts at the Shanghai chapter of the Communist Youth League, and by the middle of the decade,…
Ma Quan was born in Qingxu, Shanxi Province, in 1938. He graduated from the National Painting Department of the Central Art Academy in 1962. In the following years, he perfected his technique in the…
Ma Yiping (1941) is from Jinhua, Zhejiang Province. In 1958, he entered the Drawing Department of the Sichuan Art Academy to study oil painting. After his graduation in 1962, he became an art teacher…
Ma Yun (1938) is from Fengxiang, Shaanxi Province. After his graduation from the Xi'an Art Academy, he started work in the Yan'an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in 1965. Ten years later, he transferred…
Ma Yuru was born in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, in 1931. He graduated in 1955 from the Zhejiang Art Academy and took up teaching. He now heads the Middle School attached to the Zhejiang Art Academy.…
Mali Jitu (1928) was born in Chaoyang, Liaoning Province. He belongs to the Mongolian minority. After he finished junior high school in 1945, he joined the People's Liberation Army. In 1948, he…
Mao Junguang (1928) was from Dongshan, Sichuan Province. He started teaching in primary schools in 1946 and in 1950, he enrolled in the Drawing Department of the Chengdu Art School. After graduation…
Mao Wenbiao (1950, Shanghai) received no formal art training. He joined the Art Section of the Political Department of the Navy in 1968. Mao is known for his oil paintings.
Mao Xiangxian (1941) is born in Yiwu, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from the Wood Block Department of the Zhejiang Art Academy in 1965. Later, he worked at the Zhejiang Quxian Xinhua Press and the…
Mao Yiwei was born in Changshu, Jiangsu Province in 1940. He graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Nanjing Normal University, and worked as an arts teacher in middle schools and as a mass…
Mei Dingkai (1944) hails from Jianwei, Sichuan Province. After his graduation from the Sichuan Art Academy in 1969, he was employed by the Sichuan Nationalities Publishing House. The poster The 1936…
Mei Xiaoqing (1930) was born in Huangmei, Hubei Province. He joined the People's Liberation Army in 1949 upon his graduation from senior high school. In the following years, he created art in his…
Meng Guang (1921) is from Changzhou, Jiangsu Province. He graduated in 1940 from the Shanghai Painting School. Subsequently, he became head of the Fine Arts Section of the New Fourth Route Army…
Meng Muyi (1917) was from Haining, Zhejiang Province. In 1938, he started his education at the White Swan Drawing Research Unit (白鹅绘画研究所) in Shanghai and combined work with studying drawing and…
Meng Qingjiang (1937, Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province) graduated in 1965 from the Chinese Painting Department of the Central Art Academy. He was assigned to the People's Fine Arts Publishing House, where…
Meng Yangyu (1934) is from Wenshui, Shanxi Province. Meng attended the Shanxi Art School for a short while and later taught himself. After 1952, he worked at the Liu Hulan Memorial and the Wenshui…
Meng Yingsheng (1932-1997) was a native of Zizhong, Sichuan Province. In 1958, he graduated from the Chinese Figure Painting Department of the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts (now China Academy of Art…
Mi Gu (1918-1986) was born in Haining, Zhejiang Province. He entered the Hangzhou National Art School in 1934 and later transferred to the Shanghai Art School, where he started drawing cartoons. In…
Mo Bohua (1934) is from Anhua, Hunan Province. He graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Central China Normal University in 1955 and in the following years, he was active in the arts field.…
Mo Pu (1915-1996) was born in Nanjing. He was an important oil painter, graphic artist and wood engraver. He studied a.o. under Xu Beihong, joined the New Fourth Army in 1940 and taught at the Lu Xun…

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