The Alps: Chinese Ink Painting

by swisscham in Culture & Society

Is it conceivable in 2013 to bring a new perspective to the Swiss most emblematic landscapes, the Lavaux wine terraces and the Matterhorn? Invited to Switzerland by “The Alps: China Ink paintings” Foundation on various occasions, twelve major Chinese artists touched by the wild beauty of the Alpine landscapes express their view affirmatively. Yet their painting is rooted in the grand tradition of the classical Middle Kingdom, giving Swiss landscapes an original Chinese flavor. Thirty-odd of their paintings will be for four days displayed in the Yan Huang Art Museum of Beijing for the pleasure of the public from 23rd to 26th of September.

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