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Lin Kai Liang 林開亮, 1972-
Lin Kailiang was born in Putian City, Fujian Province, China in 1972. He is a member of the Fujian Youth Artist Association and Vice President of the Jinggjiang Painting and Calligraphy Academy, Putian. He graduated from secondary school and entered Quanzhou Teachers' College. He studied painting and the theory of education. After three years of intensive training, he graduated with excellent results. In 1991 he joined the Putian Middle School as an art teacher. He has spent much of his time creating his own style of traditional Chinese painting, specializing in landscapes, figure and still life paintings.
Creator.Personal Name: 林開亮,
Creator.Personal Name: Lin Kai Liang, 1972-
Title: [Untitled: lotuses and dragonfly]
Description: hanging scroll; color and ink on paper; inscribed and signed by artist; one artist's seal.
Type: Scroll (Visual work)--Chinese.
Type: Genre paintings--Chinese.
Measurements: 18 x 27 in.
Location.Current Repository: private collection, C. J. Campbell (Chicago, Ill.)
Rights: C. J. Campbell.
Record Type: work.
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