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Cultural Events, The Breeze from Qi Baishi’s Hometown

Cultural Events, The Breeze from Qi Baishi’s Hometown. This week Latest Sale covers Chinese painter Qi Baishi for the Cultural Events section’s Business Directory. With a special focus on Chinese artistic delights by Qi Baishi, the Spanish styled fine art preview will be soon display the Andalusian region’s clientële that continues to appeal to an international audience.

We highlight the fruitful palette of Chinese paintings by Qi Baishi with the systematic use of vibrant brushstrokes, Qi Baishi already set the record in terms of auction sales by creating art that has been some the most expensive pieces of Chinese art ever to be sold. His series of 12 landscape paintings are reported to have sold for over EUROS 120 million. The Qi Baishi (1884-1957). Fine art preview will be held at the Jorge Rando Museum in Malaga, Spain. The museum will stage the Qi Baishi exhibition entitled, “The Breeze from Qi Baishi’s Hometown,” on Calle Cruz del Molinillio 12, from 21st March 2018 until 23rd March 2018.

The poetic prowess of Qi Baishi, with his floral attention to nature and synthesis will also be on tour at the Qi Baishi Memorial Museum of Xian Tang. China.


Image courtesy of Jorge Rando Museum