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Narcissus
Dong ZhiLin
38 in x 18 in
Price: On Request
Red Flowers
Dong ZhiLin
38 in x 18 in
Price: On Request
Cosmos
Dong ZhiLin
38 in x 18 in
Price: On Request
Black Lotus
Dong ZhiLin
43 in x 18 in
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Chrysanthemum on Precipice
Dong ZhiLin
53 in x 27 in
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Rosebush
Dong ZhiLin
38 in x 18 in
Price: On Request
Artist Bio
Artist:  Dong ZhiLin
Biography:  Dong ZhiLin is a famous master of contemporary Chinese brush painting whose style can be traced through generations of famous Chinese artists. His teacher Wang GeYi of Shanghai, who helped Dong ZhiLin develop his unique style, has a style of his own that originated with Wu ChangShuo, from the late Qing dynasty. Master Wu ChangShuo departed from the major traditional Chinese painting styles to create a new Contemporary style of Chinese Brush painting. The Wu style is noted for brush strokes that represent the Qi of the subject being painted.

Born in 1945, Master Dong showed his talent at an early age. For several decades, Master Dong studied diligently with his teacher. He developed great taste and excellent techniques in most of the art forms, such as painting, calligraphy, and Chinese seal carving. Master Dong¡¯s work shows his ability to capture the essence and spirit of vigorous and firm brush style of Wu ChangShuo. His elegant and refined taste was learned from Wang GeYi. Yet, Master Dong exhibits his own unique talent in his art as he developed his own astonishing style, he was praised by his teacher and became widely appreciated, respected, and revered by other fellow artists and the public audience.

During the past ten years, Master Dong has been showing his artwork internationally. He has participated in solo and group shows in Hong Kong, Macao, Japan, Australia, and the United States. His works are sought and valued by museums and art collectors.

Master Dong Also plays an active role in his community. He is the vice-secretary of Wu ChangShuo Research Institute, a member of the Sino-Japanese Painting and Calligraphy Institute, and vice-president of the Wu ChangShuo Museum.