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"Hometown Tour - Hu Zhenyu Oil Painting Exhibition" debuted at the Ningbo Art Museum at the end of October 2013-10-26

 

“Hometown Tour – Hu Zhenyu Oil Painting Exhibition” will be held from October 31st to November 9th in the lobby of the first floor of Ningbo Art Museum. Hu Zhenyu graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in 1965 and works at Hebei People's Fine Arts Publishing House. In 1978, he entered the postgraduate class of oil painting in Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts. After graduation, he stayed on as a teacher. In 1983, the state was sent to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium. In 1986, he returned to China and served as the director of the Oil Painting Department of Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts and the deputy director of the Department of Plastics. Hu Zhenyu was born in Ningbo. In this beautiful coastal city, he spent an unforgettable childhood from elementary school to junior high school. Although in the decades, the ups and downs of the past, the south and the north, have gone through the rough, but the hometown of the grass, the local people, no matter where they go, always makes him dream of the sound of the local sounds difficult to change. Last year, Professor Hu Zhenyu’s “Sidling Cloud 10 Years” individual exhibition was exhibited at the Art Museum of the China Academy of Art. He selected some of the oil paintings he had made in the 10 years after he left the teaching position, and selected them for teachers, classmates, friends and students. Reporting exhibition. The solo exhibition in Ningbo added some old works to the works of last year's exhibitions, including works abroad and postgraduate studies, which are richer and more comprehensive, as a report on the hometown fathers for decades. Hu Zhenyu has always been fond of traditional oil paintings in Europe. He highly appreciates the superb skills of Rembrandt, Velasquez, Vermeer and 19th century French painters. This seems to some people today to be "unbelievable" or "inconsistent." However, in recent years he has traveled to and from major European museums, and he has devoted himself to studying the inner charm of oil painting art. In his own words, he hopes to paint his paintings like oil paintings and make them "pure."