Yu Hong

China 1966

Figurative Art

Yu Hong
Yu Hong
Female
China
1966
March 22, 2013
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Yu Hong is Chinese painter, a professor of oil painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, where she studied and specialized in a Western medium of oil paint. Yu is known for her figurative work, depicting herself, her family and friends.

Image copyrights © Yu Hong and Long March Space, Photo by Hu Zhiheng and Yang Yanyuan

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