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Li Zijian’s North Africa-themed Painting Exhibition

Updated: 2020-12-31

The exhibition displays 32 character sketches, 77 oil paintings, and graphic travel notes created by Li Zijian when he was stranded in Morocco for 158 days due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Naïve children, pretty girls, good-nature farmers, and amiable mothers were presented in Li’s paintings. Beyond that, the landscape paintings of magnificent seashore of the Atlantic Ocean, vast Sahara Desert, thousand-year-old castles, and villatic scenes form an ode to nature. The audiences can have a panoramic view of Morocco via these magnificent works. 

Li Zijian’s painting “Morning at a fish market in Essaouira” 

Li Zijian’s painting “Terrifying Waves in the Atlantic Ocean”

Duration: December 20, 2020-February 28, 2021

Venue: Exhibition Hall B1, Li Zijian Art Museum

Ticket: free of charge

Note: During the epidemic period, visitors are required to show valid identity documents and health codes, cooperate with the temperature measurement and wear a mask when visiting.

Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn