According to the initial plan, the exhibition would be held from Nov 24 to 28. As art lovers showed a keen interest in the works of the master painter known as one of the 60 most influential Chinese painters after the founding of the People's Republic of China, the exhibition was held for two more days.
Wang, 57, exhibited more than 100 paintings in the Chengdu Art Gallery in Sichuan province.
They included oil and traditional Chinese paintings featuring the Forbidden City in Beijing, waterside towns in Wang's home province of Jiangsu, beautiful Chinese and foreign women as well as mysterious Peking Opera figures.
What is unique about Wang's oil paintings is that he has introduced China's time-honored calligraphy and the skill of traditional Chinese painting into them."
Master painter Wang Qijun’s exhibition attracted 13,000 visitors|Bureaus Exclusive|chinadaily.com.cn: