Wild Plains-He Duoling Solo Exhibition
2019.05.16 - 2019.06.14
Sichuan Art Museum
The ongoing exhibition Wild Plains-He Duoling Solo Exhibition at Sichuan Art Museum displays 135 paintings created by artist He Duoling from 1973 to the present time. The exhibits are showcased through four series with different themes: personage portraits, Russian forests, flowers and A House with an Attic.
Personage portrait is an important part of He's art creation. In the first section of the exhibition hall, audience can see portraits of various periods in his artistic creation career. Some of the exhibits created in the 1970s and 1980s are on loan from the models in the works. The pieces on show also include oil paintings on paper or canvas featuring He's father and grandmother created in 1970s, as well as his mother in 2003.
The series titled Russian Forests are creations of He in Russia and those after his tour in the country.
The pieces titled A House with an Attic were painted in 1986, based on Russian writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov's novel of the same name.
The 45 flower paintings created from 2012 to 2019 by He reflect the diversification of the artist's creation and different understandings about and artistic expressions for flowers.