[collection name]: Qi Liangfu's shrimp fun painting
[collection type]: calligraphy and painting
[collection introduction]: with the increase of people's income, calligraphy and painting collection has also become a very popular investment project. Qi Baishi's works have always occupied a place in today's collection industry. With master Qi Baishi's works reaching new auction records, Qi style art has also attracted worldwide attention. At the same time, Qi Baishi's descendants have also become a popular choice for investment and collection. As a leader among Qi Baishi's many descendants, Qi Liangfu's works are bound to become a "dark horse" in the future auction market and deduce an extraordinary appreciation myth.
Qi Liangfu's real name is Qi Zuofu. Qi Liangfu is his stage name. He was born in 1935. He is a celebrity of Chinese contemporary calligraphy and painting and honorary chairman of Qingdao calligraphy and art celebrity Research Association. He was once a member of the Shihezi municipal Party committee of the Democratic Progressive Party of Xinjiang and the eldest son of Qi Baishi, a master of traditional Chinese painting. He loved painting all his life. Qi Liangfu is now a celebrity of contemporary Chinese calligraphy and painting and honorary chairman of Qingdao calligraphy and art celebrity Research Association. In June 1953, Mr. Qi Liangfu, 18, came to Beijing with his uncle and met Qi Baishi, the famous traditional Chinese painter whom he missed day and night. Later, he was deeply taught and handed down by Qi Baishi, and he was also a closed disciple of the old man Baishi. For half a century, Qi Liangfu kept on writing, pushing the delicate strokes of shrimp and crab painting of the Qi school to the extreme and even bringing forth the new, A brilliant pen.
Although the body of shrimp is small, it has a hard coat. It is pure and transparent. It not only expresses a high quality and honest mind, but also reposes the painter's pursuit of self-cleaning. Qi Baishi painted shrimp as a unique gift. Qi Liang Fu's teacher was influenced by Qi Baishi's old man. She not only love to paint shrimp, but also the shrimp painting in her writing is mainly about the beauty of the shrimp's artistic conception, and focuses on the essence of odd photos rather than form. This prawn picture is vivid and vivid, with both form and spirit, and emphasizes the transparent texture of shrimp painting. When he painted the shrimp, he would add a heavy ink on the shrimp head before the light ink was dry to show the hard shell of the shrimp head and better set off the transparent feeling of the shrimp in the water. Then point out the eyes of the shrimp with two simple horizontal pens to show the dynamic posture of the shrimp. In terms of painting style, it advocates the characteristics of "beauty, beauty and liveliness" in the art of Qi school, pursues artistic conception and interest, combines work and writing, reflects the characteristics of Qi school in pen, ink and color, shows the style of Qi school art everywhere, and the shape and spirit of works are unique. It incisively and vividly shows the inheritance and development of Qi school art, and has very high collection value and appreciation space!