Ink and Brush | 20th Century Chinese Art

Jul 02 , 2021 | Culture

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Join us for a special series on 20th century Chinese paintings from the M K Lau Collection. Co-presented with Sotheby's, the collection was invited to show 36 works in Hong Kong this year, that highlight the colors, technique, and imagination — in contrast to the chaos of that historical period. Our Host James Chau interviews Catherine Maudsley, Curator and Senior Advisor of the M K Lau Collection.

 

Part 2: Four Seasons

Part 3: Man in Nature

 

 

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