Artists

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Wang An (1951) was from Tianjin. Ms. Wang graduated from the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in 1977, entered the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in 1982, and entered the Central Academy of Arts and…
According to the impressum of the one poster by Wang Anjiang present in the collection, he is identified as a peasant.
Wang Baishui (1922) is from Yinxian, Zhejiang Province. Wang graduated from the Suzhou Art School in 1949 and started work in the Art Section of the Shanghai Youth Paper (Shanghai qingnian bao, 上海青年报…
Wang Baishun (1939) is from Yingkou, Liaoning Province. He graduated in 1964 from the Oil Painting Department of the Lu Xun Art Academy and went to work in the Liaoning Fine Arts Publishing House (…
Wang Baoguang (1942) was a native of Tianjin. In 1965, he graduated from the Tianjin Academy of Arts and Crafts, Department of Commercial Art, and then stayed at the school to engage in teaching,…
Wang Baogui (1951) is a native of Tianjin. Wang graduated from the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in 1977. He used to be the director of the creative office of Tianjin Yangliuqing New Year Painting…
Wang Chengyi (1930) was from Shexian County, Anhui Province. In 1954, he graduated from the Painting Department of the East China Branch of the Central Academy of Fine Arts and stayed on as a teacher…
Wang Chunyan (1946-1997), from Shanghai, was known as a modern printmaker and decorator. He graduated from Shanghai Normal University with a major in Fine Arts, and later studied in Shanghai Jiaotong…
Wang Dabao (1935, Binhai, Jiangsu Province) graduated from the middle school attached to the Zhejiang Art Academy in 1958, and was sent to work as an artist and photographer with the Zhejiang Public…
Wang Dahao (1941, Shanghai) is a sculptor, but he has also created oil paintings and serial comics.
Wang Dawei (1938) is from Xiuyan, Liaoning Province. After his graduation from middle normal middle school in 1960, he took up teaching. His artistic activities started in 1965, when he was attached…
Wang Dawen (1942) was born in Shanghai. In her early years, she studied under famous painters. She graduated from the Shanghai Chinese Painting Academy in 1964. From 1964 to 1981, she was a…
Wang Dejuan (1932) was born in Wujin, Jiangsu Province. After her graduation from the Central Art Academy in 1954, she was employed as the art editor of the journal Sino-Soviet Friendship (中苏友好报,…
Wang Dewei (1926-1984, Shanghai) taught himself drawing in his youth. After he joined the revolution in 1938, he participated in the publication of various illustrated books for children, and created…
Wang Fatang (1943) was from Weifang, Shandong Province. He graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Shandong University of Arts. He is currently the deputy research librarian and deputy curator…
Wang Fuzeng (1946, Yuncheng, Shandong Province), Man ethnicity, is a self-taught artist who already was active in his village. In 1970, he transferred to the Yuncheng District Cultural Center to work…
Wang Gansheng (1942) studied in the Fine Arts Department of the Hangzhou College of Art and the Oil Painting Department of the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts. Among his representative works are "The…
Wang Guodong (1931-2019, Beijing), was a portrait painter. In 1964, the portrait of Mao Zedong drawn by Wang Guodong was selected by the central government and confirmed as the standard portrait of…
Wang Hongcai was born in 1945.
Wang Hongyu (1941) was from Gutang, Jixi County, Anhui Province. He is a famous contemporary oil painter and Chinese painter. As the former Director of the Cultural Division of the People’s…
Wang Hui (1943) is from Liaoning Province. He graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1968. Currently, he is active as a painter. Moreover, he serves as a professor at the Painting and…
Wang Jiao (1917-1995) was from Jiutai, Jilin Province. In 1935, he graduated from the Liaoning College of Fine Arts, and later stayed in school to engage in art education. After 1948, he worked as an…
Wang Jintai, a contemporary calligrapher and painter, was born in 1945. His works have participated in large-scale national art exhibitions and won many national awards. A large number of works have…
Wang Jinxiang (1954) was born in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from Zhejiang University. Wang has loved the art of calligraphy and painting since childhood, and has been engaged in…
Wang Junliang (1941) was born in Xinji, Hebei Province. In his youth, his family encouraged him to draw, and in the 1960s, he studied with a number of artists. Initialy, he designed art work for the…
Wang Juping (1927) was born in Su County, Anhui Province; he was a painter and professor of Hubei Academy of Fine Arts. In 1949, he entered the Fine Arts Department of the School of Literature and…
Wang Kewei (1950) was born in Dandong, Liaoning Province. He is a self-taught artist who has taught in primary schools and who has been active in stage design for local Shanxi Opera. In 1985, he…
Wang Keyin (1932-2003), a "meticulous" (gongbi, 工笔) flower-and-bird painter, art educator and senior designer, was a native of Jindong Village, Dajindian Town, Dengfeng City, Henan Province. In 1952…
Wang Liguo (1948), originally named Wang Liming (王梨名), hails from Zhejiang. After graduating from the Shanghai Datong Middle School in 1968, he successively served as the art editor of Liberation…
Wang Lihua (1942) is from Fenghua, Zhejiang Province. After his graduation from Fenghua Normal College, he taught for two years until joining the People's Liberation Army in 1964. In 1969, he…
Wang Linkun (1939) is from Shanghai. He graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Shanghai Art School in 1963. Wang is known for his propaganda prints and oil paintings.
Wang Liuying (1917-2004) was from Huzhou, Zhejiang Province. He received training in traditional Chinese painting from Zhen Wuchung. Wang worked as a New Year poster designer for the Shanghai People'…
Wang Lizhi (1941) hails from Yantai, Shandong Province. After his graduation from the Shandong Art Training School, he was assigned to work as an art teacher and art popularizer in Xintai District,…
Wang Manshuo (1905-1985) was born in Feicheng, Shandong Province. He graduated in 1924 from the Design Department of the Beiping Art School, then went back home to learn by himself. In 1927, he went…
Wang Meifang (1949) was born in Beijing. After she graduated from the middle school attached to the Central Art Academy in 1969, she was among those young urbanites who were sent "up to the mountains…
Wang Mingyu (1945) was born in Shenyang, Liaoning Province. He graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Shenyang Lu Xun Academy in 1970. Wang has been active in Inner Mongolia.
Wang Mo (no dates known) was a native of Tuquan County, Xing'an League, Inner Mongolia. He is formally known as Wang Shuhai 王树海. Wang graduated from the advanced research class of the Academy of Fine…
Wang Naixin (1955) was from Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. Wang is a calligrapher, learning scripts since he was a child.
Wang Naizhuang (1929) was born in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. He entered the Shanghai Art Training institute in 1947, specializing in sketching; in 1949 he graduated from the National Beiping Art…
Wang Qing (1959) was born in Jianyang City, Sichuan Province. He graduated from university, specializing in oil painting. His works have been published widely; they have been exhibited locally and…
Wang Qinghuai (1909-1982) was born in Fuyu, Jilin Province. From 1927-1933, he studied at various institutes, including the Beiping Jinghua Art Training School and the Art Academy of the National…
Wang Qingsheng (1942), a native from Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, graduated from the Zhejiang Art Academy in 1968. He has been active as editor for the Zhejiang Daily [浙江日报, Zhejiang Ribao]; as a…
Wang Shaoji (1944-2015) was a native of Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province. Since 1962, he was taught by Pan Tianshou's disciples Wu Yongliang, Ye Yuchang, and Wang Dehui. His main focus was on figure…
Wang Shikuo (1911-1973) was born in Ye County, Shandong province. He studied art at the Aimei Teachers' Training School in Jinan, and later in Peking, Shanghai and Japan (1935-1937). After his return…
Wang Shuanggui (1939) is from Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province. After his graduation from the Oil Painting Department of the Central Art Academy in 1965, he was sent to work in the creative office of the…
Wang Shuhui (1912-1985, Tianjin) was an accomplished portraitist and painter of flower-and-bird paintings. After 1949, Ms. Wang worked for various publishing houses before she joined the comic strip…
Wang Songyin (1933) was a native of Harbin, Heilongjiang Province. In 1952, he entered the preparatory course of the Northeast Lu Xun Art College and graduated from the Northeast Art College. Served…
Wang Tong was born in Shanghai in 1913. When he was 18 years old, he was admitted to the Shanghai United Advertising Company and became a painting intern. A few years later, he was admitted to the…
Wang Weibao (1942) was a native of Jinjiang, Fujian Province. He graduated from the high school attached to the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 1963. His first work, "Catch the sparrow" (捉麻雀), was…
Wang Weirong (1934) was born in Yinxian County, Zhejiang. Jin Meisheng was one of his art teachers. After graduating in 1956, he was engaged in the creation of propaganda posters in the Shanghai…
Wang Weixin (1938) hails from Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, and graduated from the Blockprint Department of the Zhejiang Art Academy in 1963. He became a journalist and editor of the art and…
Wang Weixu (1934) was born in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. He joined the painter Chen Shengduo's private studio in 1950. For three to four years, he studied drawing, watercolor and oil painting. In…
Wang Wenfang (1938-2020) was born in Zhaoyuan, Shandong Province. In 1957, he joined the Chinese Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts under the tutelage of Li Keran, Ye Qianyu,…
Wang Xijing (1946) hails from Xi'an, Shaanxi Province. After graduation from the Middle School attached to the Xi'an Art Academy in 1966, he became an art editor at the Xi'an Evening News (西安晚报), and…
Wang Xin (1925-2020) was from Chengde, Hebei Province. After his graduation from Rehe (Jehol) Normal University in 1948, he taught art in primary and secondary schools. In 1956, he joined the…
Wang Xindian (1941) was born in Changyi, Shandong Province. After his graduation from the Lu Xun Art Academy, he created many works in his spare time in the People’s Liberation Army. He is now an art…
Wang Xiqi (1938) was born in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. Since his childhood, he has been studying by himself. In 1958, he entered the Wumen Art Gallery to create Chinese paintings for export. In the…
Wang Xiqing (1934) was born Haiyang, Shandong Province. He is a painter, art educator, and first-class artist, engaging in art work for more than 60 years. He is known for his flower-and-bird…

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