Sichuan Minzu College, Kangding, 626001, China
"Tibet Group Paintings" is an oil painting completed by Chen Danqing in Lhasa from 1979 to 1980, depicting the daily life of Tibetans. Chen Danqing not only depicts the life of the Tibetan people with realistic oil painting skills and pure oil painting language, but also shows his humanistic care for the Tibetan people and reflects a real attitude. By analyzing Chen Danqing's trip to Tibet and "Group Paintings in Tibet", this paper explores the influence of Chen Danqing's "Group Paintings in Tibet" on Chinese modern oil painting.
Chen Danqing; creation; Tibetan group paintings
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