“Zhuge Liang in Calligraphy and Paintings” Exhibition on View in Beihai Park, Xicheng District
A calligraphy and painting exhibition titled "Feather Drifts across the Sky of History - Zhuge Liang in Calligraphy and Paintings" is running at Chanfu Temple in Beihai Park. Zhuge Liang (181–234) was a master strategist of the Shu Kingdom during China’s Three Kingdoms period (220-280).
The exhibition will be held in the Tianwang Hall, East Side Hall, and West Side Hall of Chanfu Temple throughout October 31st. 38 pieces/sets of calligraphy and painting works featuring the life of Zhuge Liang are on display, which are created by many famous calligraphers and painters from the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) to modern times. The exhibits include 3 pieces/sets of second-class cultural relics, 25 pieces/sets of third-class cultural relics, and 10 pieces/sets of ungraded cultural relics. In the exhibition, you can appreciate various artistic features of Chinese paintings and appealing styles of Chinese calligraphy works. Moreover, a series of cultural innovation products themed with the Wuhou Shrine (a temple in memory of Zhuge Liang) are on sale at the Lancui Pavilion on the Jade Flower Island in Beihai Park during the exhibition.
In recent years, Beihai Park has been actively committed to the spread and exchange of Chinese culture, and held a series of "Cultural Beihai" cultural exchange exhibitions. The "Zhuge Liang in Calligraphy and Paintings" exhibition is a part of the series of exhibitions. Beihai Park has held exchange exhibitions with Suzhou’s Humble Administrator’s Garden and Shanghai’s Yuyuan Garden since 2016.
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Undertaken by Xicheng District Media Convergence Center
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