Painting exhibition offers glimpse into Chinese artist’s take on life and nature

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“Life is the source and foundation of an artist’s creations. They are inseparable,” said Chinese artist Liu Wanming, whose new calligraphy and #painting exhibition is now on display in Beijing, showcasing over 100 of the 54-year-old’s best artworks. Taking flowers, birds and land animals as his main subjects, the artist conveys his meticulous observations and portrayal of the natural world. #Art #China

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