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Chengxiang Qi was born in 1952 in China. After graduating from the LuXun Academy of Fine Arts in 1977, he completed his ma...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Qi’s paintings reveal the influence of the Dutch School of Art and the Italian Renaissance. His style characterizes portraits of modest young women in traditional Chinese attire, here a series of dramatic “Candle light” paintings of various ethnic minorities of China, which have become highly prized by collectors.
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  • Chengxiang Qi was born in 1952 in China. After graduating from the LuXun Academy of Fine Arts in 1977, he completed his master’s degree at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, in 1997. While attending the Central Academy’s research department, Qi mastered many different styles and techniques, exploring a wide range of venues, from impressionism to realism. He settled into a style that reflects the influence of the Dutch School of Art and the virtuosity of the Italian Renaissance. Every one of his beautiful paintings reflects sensitivity to light combined with saturated color, within poetic compositions. His refined and elegant style characterizes compelling portraits of modest young women in traditional Chinese attire; their youth and quiet innocence captured on the canvas for eternity. His fascination with light is revealed in a series of dramatic “Candle Light” paintings of various ethnic minorities of China, which have become highly prized by collectors.  
  • The Chinese government has presented him with numerous awards, including the Gold award in the celebrated 8th National Exhibition. He has had numerous solo exhibitions in Germany, France, Holland and Spain. In 2001, Chengxiang Qi immigrated to the United States. He is now a respected member of Oil painters of America, and is establishing a strong collector base in the United States. Born in 1952 in Liaoning Province, Mr Qi’s devotion to his work has been untiring. After graduating from The Luxun Academ  
  • He is an exciting and classical contributor to the world of art.  The Chinese government has presented him with numerous awards, including the Gold award in the celebrated 8 th National Exhibition.  He has had numerous solo exhibitions in Germany, France, Holland and Spain.  In 2001, Chengxiang Qi immigrated to the United States.  He is now a respected member of Oil painters of America, and is establishing a strong collector base in the United States.  Qi Chengxiang’s paintings reveal the influence of the Dutch School of Art and the Italian Renaissance.  Every original reflects sensitivity to light combined with saturated color, within a poetic composition. His style characterizes portraits of modest young women in traditional Chinese attire, their youth and quiet innocence captured on the canvas forever.
  • Chengxiang Qi

    1. 1. CHENGXIANG QI http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1191738-chengxiang-qi/
    2. 2. Chengxiang Qi was born in 1952 in China. After graduating from the LuXun Academy of Fine Arts in 1977, he completed his master’s degree at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, in 1997. While attending the Central Academy’s research department, Qi mastered many different styles and techniques, exploring a wide range of venues, from impressionism to realism. He settled into a style that reflects the influence of the Dutch School of Art and the virtuosity of the Italian Renaissance.
    3. 21. Text and pictures: Internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound : Autumn moon - traditional Chinese music
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