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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/ai-xuan1 Thank you Ai Xuan is a naturalistic painter whose scenes usually present lone children in vistas of Tibetan landscape. A member of the Chinese Artists' Association, Ai is also a full professor at the Beijing Painting Institute, and co-founder of the China Realists group. Born in 1947, Ai lives and works in Beijing.

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Ai Xuan is a naturalistic painter whose scenes usually present lone children in vistas of Tibetan landscape. A member of the Chinese Artists' Association, Ai is also a full professor at the Beijing Painting Institute, and co-founder of the China Realists group. Born in Jinhua , Zhejiang, in 1947, Ai is the son of the late Chinese poet Ai Qing, as well as the half-brother of renowned Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei . Ai Xuan (also known as GuiGui by his closer family members) resides in Beijing with his wife Jin Tao and daughter Ai Jiayi . In 1967, he graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts Preparatory School in Beijing. His further studies were interrupted by the Cultural Revolution from 1969 to 1973, when he and his family were relocated to Tibet to work on a military farm. He has, however, stated that this period provided him with subject matter for most of his paintings. Up to the present time, most of Ai's paintings have drawn their themes from the folklore and natural scenery of the Tibetan region. Despite returning to Beijing after the Cultural Revolution, Ai has since traveled back to Tibet many times, making it the central focus of his work. Ai's work is noted for taking advantage of physical scenery to express emotion. His paintings almost always feature only one figure, aiming to express the individual's loneliness and isolation. Such a singular focus on the solitary not only stems from his personal experiences, but also from his philosophy on life. The sentimental figures in his paintings seem lost in profound meditation and stamped with a deep sense of loss.

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He Duoling Aixuan the third generation 1984

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Tibetan Girl

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Concentration 1981 Ambition 1980

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Maid 1975 Maiden of Yi nationality 1978

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Afternoon of February 2005

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Fresh and cold air

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Girl at the window Girl of Zang nationality 1996

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Misty Day 2000 Christie's 25 November 2012 Price Realized ($500,405)

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Girl in the Daylight 2002

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Quiet freezon earth area

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Storm shakes the window

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Snowstorm blows a whole night

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Character of Tibet 1980

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Afternoon without wind

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Tibetan Girl 1991

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Dark still 1989

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Let the wind blow off the singing 1997 Tranquil February

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Fence

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Village-girl

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1993

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Not knowing tomorrow's wind

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February

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Grassland of Tangke 1974

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Cold Rain Gale flies over the Wasteland 2007

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Doves fly away from the Watershed 2002

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Wind from East 2004 Wind into the dream

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Sound : Peter Kater & Nawang Khechog - The Dance Of Innocents Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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