Yang Ermin's ink paintings have a modern twist

By Lin Qi ( ) Updated: 2016-05-24 16:48:52

Yang Ermin's ink paintings have a modern twist

A painting by Yang Ermin. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Yang Ermin's solo exhibition to be opened at Linyi's city museum, in Shandong province, will have some 60 ink paintings through which one can get a picture of how the artist gives a modern touch to classical ink art.

Having lived in Japan and Europe, Yang blends in his strokes the decorative features of the Japanese ukiyo-e genre of art, the rich palette of impressionism and charisma of expressionism.

In his creations, Yang also pays tribute to the pioneers of Chinese modern art, such as Xu Beihong and Lin Fengmian, whose efforts to bridge Chinese and Western art still inspire today's artists.

The exhibition will be opened on May 28 and tour several Shandong's cities, including Rizhao, Qingdao and Zibo, through January.

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