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Lin Haizhong: A world of traditional Chinese ink landscape painting

03-12-2010 10:07 BJT

Lin Haizhong was born in Hangzhou, in 1968. He took the entrance examination of Chinese painting in the Chinese college of art to fasten in 1986 and Graduated from Undergraduate course in 1990. He specializes in Traditional Chinese Ink Landscape Painting. His works had taken part in domestic and international importance exhibition for many times, among them 《Gao Tang loose ground to test 》, 《breeze and idea Chang 》, 《scholar wood 》took part in 7, 8, 9 beautiful exhibitions in the whole country respectively, and got a prize.

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