Chen Yongqiang is a Chinese painter. Chen Yongqiang was born in Guangzhou in 1948 to a family of intellectuals. His father was an electrical engineer while the mother was a daughter of a lawyer. Since childhood he loved to paint. Throughout time, as gifts, he used to receive paintings by , , and . In 1968 he and his family left hometown to the town of Xiqiao, Foshan, near South China sea. In 1973 his painting The Jumping Fish was selected by the National Fine Arts Exhibition and five years later he was admitted to the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts from which he graduated by 1981 with a master's degree in literature. As of that year, he was influenced by , , and . Recently he have finished a painting called Zero-fee, and before that, after his wedding he finished a painting called Xiqiao

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  • Chen Yongqiang is a Chinese painter. Chen Yongqiang was born in Guangzhou in 1948 to a family of intellectuals. His father was an electrical engineer while the mother was a daughter of a lawyer. Since childhood he loved to paint. Throughout time, as gifts, he used to receive paintings by , , and . In 1968 he and his family left hometown to the town of Xiqiao, Foshan, near South China sea. In 1973 his painting The Jumping Fish was selected by the National Fine Arts Exhibition and five years later he was admitted to the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts from which he graduated by 1981 with a master's degree in literature. As of that year, he was influenced by , , and . Recently he have finished a painting called Zero-fee, and before that, after his wedding he finished a painting called Xiqiao Mountain Flower which is based on azaleas which he gathered from the cliffs in Xiqiao. Chen is a member of Guangdong Painting Art Society as well as art creation researcher at the and an honorary curator at the Lingnan school of painting Memorial Hall. He is also a visiting professor at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and is a vice president of the Chinese Painting Society. (en)
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  • Chen Yongqiang is a Chinese painter. Chen Yongqiang was born in Guangzhou in 1948 to a family of intellectuals. His father was an electrical engineer while the mother was a daughter of a lawyer. Since childhood he loved to paint. Throughout time, as gifts, he used to receive paintings by , , and . In 1968 he and his family left hometown to the town of Xiqiao, Foshan, near South China sea. In 1973 his painting The Jumping Fish was selected by the National Fine Arts Exhibition and five years later he was admitted to the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts from which he graduated by 1981 with a master's degree in literature. As of that year, he was influenced by , , and . Recently he have finished a painting called Zero-fee, and before that, after his wedding he finished a painting called Xiqiao (en)
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