The four Chinese ink painters featured at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center’s exhibition survived persecution, insult and neglect to redefine and revivify an ancient art form.

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6 Responses to Cantor Exhibition Spotlights 20th Century Chinese Artists

  1. ckLeena says:

    Hi I am an art …
    Hi I am an art student and I was wondering if you could tell me the names of the Chinese artists you mentioned in this video? Thank you very much!

  2. grunder20 says:

    Chinese calligraphy …
    Chinese calligraphy. This is cool!

  3. grunder20 says:

    a very serious …
    a very serious topic of discussion.

  4. agapitoflores001 says:

    I wanna be an …
    I wanna be an artist just like them, but I guess art doesn’t want me.

  5. m0llusk says:

    It is amazing to …
    It is amazing to see so many remarkable works presented in one large gallery space. Leave plenty of time to take in all the works and expect to park around the block in the garage instead of the few prized places near the entrance. Pear blossoms are a recurring theme, and at this time pear trees in the area are in bloom which blurs the line between art and life. Bravo!

  6. Tolstoievsky says:

    stop using 1080p …
    stop using 1080p if you don’t have true 1080p footage

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