Guo Runlin (郭润林)

guorunlinGuo Runlin (1940, Shanghai) is a painter. In 1953, he started studying watercolor under the influence of Ran Xi, a master in watercolor. After 1960, he worked as a designer in a radio factory. In 1977, he and his colleagues held a watercolor show in Shanghai, the first art show held without government intervention. In 1987, he went to the United States and started his new art career.

Michael Sullivan, Modern Chinese Artists - A Biographical Dictionary (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006)

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