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His innovative spirit and willingness to share knowledge earned Mr Liu Guosong (above) the reputation of the 'Father of modern Chinese ink painting', especially in Taiwan and China. Some of his works include Winter Dusk Better Than Autumn Dawn (2014) and Sunset in Autumn Mountain.

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His innovative spirit and willingness to share knowledge earned Mr Liu Guosong the reputation of the 'Father of modern Chinese ink painting', especially in Taiwan and China. Some of his works include (above) Winter Dusk Better Than Autumn Dawn (2014) and Sunset in Autumn Mountain.

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His innovative spirit and willingness to share knowledge earned Mr Liu Guosong the reputation of the 'Father of modern Chinese ink painting', especially in Taiwan and China. Some of his works include Winter Dusk Better Than Autumn Dawn (2014) and (above) Sunset in Autumn Mountain.

Capturing Yin and Yang on paper

Jan 9, 2015 5:50 AM

IN the earlier part of his career, Chinese artist Liu Guosong found himself at a major crossroads. He was torn between his love of Oriental ink paintings, and his unwillingness to follow his peers down the traditional route.

His solution? Invent an entirely new kind of paper and develop

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