Largest Pan Tianshou exhibition opens in Hangzhou | 2017-12-05 15:51
Largest Pan Tianshou exhibition opens in Hangzhou

Spring Drizzle in Regions South of the Yangtze River, 1953. [Photo provided to]

Flowers in Mount Yandang

Pan visited Yandang Mountain several times between 1955 and 1963. Its deep ravines and beetling cliffs and wild flowers offered him "supreme rough sketches" and Pan composed some of his pinnacle works based on the landscape of Yandang Mountain.

Pan once said, "Wild flowers, masses of weeds and clustered bamboos in the ravines of remote mountains, tall or short, intertwined or disappeared, have a natural and wild quality, a fresh and elegant aesthetic conception, a gorgeous and non-secular character, which are all beyond imagination when compared to flowers in greenhouses."

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