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0669, 2005

Four hanging scrolls; ink on paper
143 7/10 × 56 1/10 in
365 × 142.5 cm
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York
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李华生 0669
Each 11 ft. 11 11/16 × 56 1/8 in. (365 × 142.5 cm)

李华生 0669
Each 11 ft. 11 11/16 × 56 1/8 in. (365 × 142.5 cm)

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Li Huasheng 李华生
Chinese, 1944–2018
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For decades, Li Huasheng has been considered one of China’s leading traditional ink painters. …

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For decades, Li Huasheng has been considered one of China’s leading traditional ink painters. Schooled in the Chinese painting tradition, Li produced elegant ink landscapes. Since the 1980s, he has departed from his early landscape style and moved toward abstraction. In his monumental and non-representational …

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About the work
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Provenance
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York
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李华生 0669
Each 11 ft. 11 11/16 × 56 1/8 in. (365 × 142.5 cm)

李华生 0669
Each 11 ft. 11 11/16 × 56 1/8 in. (365 × 142.5 cm)

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Photo: courtesy the artist
Li Huasheng 李华生
Chinese, 1944–2018
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For decades, Li Huasheng has been considered one of China’s leading traditional ink painters. …

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For decades, Li Huasheng has been considered one of China’s leading traditional ink painters. Schooled in the Chinese painting tradition, Li produced elegant ink landscapes. Since the 1980s, he has departed from his early landscape style and moved toward abstraction. In his monumental and non-representational …

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0669, 2005

Four hanging scrolls; ink on paper
143 7/10 × 56 1/10 in
365 × 142.5 cm
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