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Yuan Xiaolou's representative work Plague · Death in 2020 AD was collected by the National Museum of China
Recently, the large-scale oil painting "Pop · Death in 2020 AD" created by the famous French painter Yuan Xiaolou was collected by the National Museum of China. This is the second work of Yuan Xiaolou collected by a national first-class museum five years later.
On October 18, 2016, the National First Class Museum - the Nanjing Massacre Victims Memorial Hall held a large-scale theme oil painting reproductions "Nanjing Does Not Cry" created by the famous painter Yuan Xiaolou, which lasted for three years and eight times. More than 100 people, including leaders of the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, Nanjing Municipal Party Committee, and the Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attended the ceremony.
(Yuan Xiaolou, right) and Zhang Jianjun, director of the Nanjing Massacre Victims Memorial Hall, left)
Yuan Xiaolou was born near the Yellow River in 1973 as a director of the Chinese Association for International Understanding, director of the China Millennium Monument Art Innovation Laboratory, a researcher in literature and history, and the founder of the natural splash color school. When he was still a child, he loved to pinch mud very much. He created lifelike clay sculptures based on the character embroideries in "The Legend of the custom oil painting Marsh" and "The Legend of the Marsh". It is precisely this vast northwest land, where a piece of land, a landscape, and a rock painting have all become his future creations. The source of inspiration.
(The National Museum of China collects the "Fashion · Death in 2020 AD", with a size of 150 × 390cm)
Great love and kindness are deeply ingrained essence of a nation and also the backbone of China's 5000 year civilization. In the face of great right and wrong, and in the face of human disasters, how many people sacrifice themselves to save others from misfortune, and this behavior has no additional reason. This is great love. Just as the composition of the third chapter of Mr. Yuan Xiaolou's "Plague 2020" pierces a ray of sunlight in the darkness; That's hope and great love
The Plague · A.D. 2020 collected by the National Museum of China is a new work created by Mr. Yuan Xiaolou who personally experienced the Gengzi plague. The content of the work consists of "bondage", "redemption", and "hope", forming a complete anti epidemic work. Restraint seems to be the pain, struggle, struggle of Prometheus... redemption. The gray tone creates an atmosphere of danger and fear, but holding hands, with the kindness and unity of humanity, self redemption towards disaster... Hope, the gray tone custom oil portrait gradually brightens, as if lit up. The golden dot sprinkled on the top left corner of the screen is bound to break through the darkness and usher in victory. Pay close attention to disasters and life from the perspective of all humanity, and interpret the same Earth and home in the form of painting. In the face of disasters, humanity should awaken and work together to protect our planet's homeland.
The overall composition of the work draws on the "mountain" composition of the Shan shui of the Song Dynasty of China, which is straight and open. The mountain represents resilience and pride. Mountain is power, meaning to overcome wind and rain with life, standing tall between heaven and earth. It is a symbol of the backbone of the Chinese nation and also the great love of oil painting humanity. Mountain is a symbol of the strength of the Chinese nation.
(On September 11, 2013, during his stay in France, Yuan Xiaolou was invited by the European Commission to hold a solo exhibition in its headquarters in Strasbourg. His works have a strong oriental flavor, and are very different from western traditional paintings, which surprised all European and American artists and politicians present. Yuan Xiaolou also became the first Asian invited to hold a solo exhibition in the history of the European Commission.)
Life is fragile, but it is also strong, fleeting, and eternal. The most precious thing in the universe is life. He created 'Pop: Death custom oil painting in 2020' with a contemporary world heart. The entire artwork is drawn from left to right, and the content presented is not set to specific events or scenes. He interpreted the profound meaning of the Community of Common Destiny through color composition and new materials.
Most of Yuan Xiaolou's works interpret life, human nature, and love from a historical perspective. His oil painting works are full of humanistic sentiments, as well as reflections and reflections on human nature. Perhaps it is precisely because of his unique artistic "thickness" and "height" that his works are widely recognized at home and abroad and respected by the industry