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He paints the simplest everyday scenes
Jun 6 2012, 4:15 AM EDTHe paints the simplest everyday scenes
of Hangzhou that many might find too trivial to frame. Such imagery includes multiple versions of the same subjects, including his wife, garlic cloves, a particular tree and dilapidated rooftops seen from his window.
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"A painter's sole duty is to paint. That's what makes me happiest."
He believes the key is to be led entirely by sight and not by analysis. This idea, he says, was inspired by his favorite French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Cezanne (1839-1906), who professed a desire to capture the truth of perception, using the direct expression of the eyes' sensations.
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