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Chen Dayu's inkwash paintings on show in E China

Xinhua)  20:35, March 14, 2013  

A visitor views a work of inkwash painter Chen Dayu (1912-2001) during the exhibition "No End for Art" at the Zhejiang Art Museum in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, March 14, 2013. Some 140 pieces of Chen Dayu's inkwash paintings created between 1945 and 2001 were shown at the exhibition, which was inaugurated Thursday in Hangzhou. Chen was a student of Qi Baishi, another inkwash painting master, and specialised in drawing flowers and birds. (Xinhua/Long Wei)

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(Editor:LiXiang、Chen Lidan)


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