Yang Xin holds a calligraphic exhibition
Sponsored by Peking University, a calligraphic exhibition of Yang Xin entitled “the companion of beauty in life” is currently on display at Hall 5 and 7 in the National Art Museum of China until Dec. 15.
Professor Yang Xin is a renowned scholar, esthetician and calligrapher of Peking University. The artist learned from Xu Beihong and Dong Xiwen during the period at Peking Arts Professional College in his early age. After the founding of New China, he was arranged to engage in aesthetic research and education in Peking University. In the past decades, the artist has spent a large amount of time learning the calligraphy. His calligraphic works highlight the beauty of nature and stress that the calligraphy can integrate the appeal of paintings. His works, boasting unique style, have been displayed in various exhibitions at home and abroad. Since the 1970s and the 1980s, Professor Yang Xin has been devoted to research on the Taishan Mountain and the lotus flower. He has dedicated himself to exploring profound cultural traditions of the whole nation from the perspectives of academic research and appreciation.
The theme of "the companion of beauty of life" is a true reflection of the artistic life of Professor Yang Xin. The artist has been dedicated to the research, the creation and the publicity of the beauty.