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Oil painter's works exuberant with love and a harvest of hard work

Updated: 2022-11-09 17:15 ( chinadaily.com.cn )
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Tibetan Man in Gannan.[Photo provided to China Daily]

Self-taught artist Han Yuchen recently donated two of his oil works to the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, one depicting a Tibetan man in southwestern Gansu province who watched him sketch there, and another one showing a catching view of terraced fields. The donation was made at the opening of Han's one-man exhibition, Pursuing Dreams with a Pure Heart, which closed on Wednesday at NAMOC. On show were dozens of his oil paintings which marked a self-commitment to fulfilling his art dream throughout decades.

Han fell in love with oil painting at age 14. He attended amateur painting class at which he received guidance from teachers from the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He spent more and more time on work in following years but never felt his passion of painting waning as time went by. He was able to devote his time to traveling and sketching from 2009 onward. He has traveled extensively, especially regions in the southwest and northwest of China, where he made portraits of ethnic groups living there. He shared his love of nature, people and art at the exhibition.

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