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Xu Beihong (徐悲鸿) and his paintings (widescreen)

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Paintings by Xu Beihong were sold for millions of US dollars in the recent past. Do you think the prices are right? Here are some of his paintings. You decide. Original music by Ren for soundtrack. …

Paintings by Xu Beihong were sold for millions of US dollars in the recent past. Do you think the prices are right? Here are some of his paintings. You decide. Original music by Ren for soundtrack. Please download for a better quality images. The original soundtrack is copyright protected. Music written and sounds created with Finale.

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  • @xiby
    Dear George, thank you very much for your humorous comment. I love puns. For me it is the most cerebral form of humor though others may disagree. Best regards
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  • @nikkitta
    Thank very much dear Maria for your wonderful comment and the fav. I appreciate so much your encouraging words on my music. The red seal is made from a stamp of a person's name, often in a strange font. It is used to authenticate personal documents just like signatures in the western world. The words on the sides are integral parts of Chinese paintings that fill the blank space reserved on the sides. If the words are short, they are usually the year the paintings are done and the plainly written name of the artist (not a signature, the red seal is the signature). If it is long, it can be many things. In addition to the time and name, sometimes there are a few lines of poem related to the subject of the painting, sometimes they are dedication to friends if the painting is a gift to his friends. Un beso.
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  • @xristos-64
    Thank you very much for watching my slideshow. Greetings from USA.....
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  • Dear Ren
    Perfect and beautiful work, with very nice music
    Interesting information also
    Specially I like the horse paintings
    Like also the Chinese words at the sides with the red seal, is that the word?

    Besos
    Maria
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  • Thank you Ren!!!
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  • 1. This painting wassold for $2.3 millionUS dollars in 2011 Ren
  • 2. This painting wassold for $2.6 millionUS dollars in 2010 Ren
  • 3. This painting wassold for $11.4 million US dollars in 2011 Ren
  • 4. This painting was sold for a record $42 million US dollars in 2011 Ren
  • 5. Xu Beihong presents andRen’sHis Paintings Creations A PowerPoint by Ren Ren
  • 6. Xu Beihong China1895 - 1953 Ren
  • 7. MusicMelancholy in the Night© Composed by RenCopyright©2012 Ren Chang All Rights Reserved Ren
  • 8. Xu Beihong Memorial Hall Yixing ( 宜兴 ), China His Birthplace Ren
  • 9. Garden InteriorXu Beihong Memorial Hall, Yixing ( 宜兴 ), China Ren
  • 10. Xu Beihong MuseumBeijing ( 北京 ), China Ren
  • 11. Interior His Statue Xu Beihong Museum Beijing ( 北京 ), China Ren
  • 12. "Exhibition of Founders of Modern Art Series: Xu Beihong" Xu Beihong is regarded as one of the founders of Chinese modern art Ren
  • 13. Xu Beihong was primarilyknown forhis Chinese inkpaintings ofhorses and birds. Ren
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  • 26. Beginning in 1919, he studied oil and drawing at theÉcole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Ren
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  • 34. Other paintings by Xu Beihong Ren
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  • 42. Xu BeihongSelfportrait Oil1895 - 1953 Ren

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