Harbin exhibition pays tribute to Deng Sanmu
An exhibition paying tribute to Deng Sanmu took place at Heilongjiang Museum in Harbin on June 6.
Deng Sanmu, born in 1898 in Shanghai, was a prestigious artist known for this unique styles of calligraphy, seal cutting, painting and poetry.
This exhibition gives visitors an opportunity to catch a glimpse of Deng’s art achievements through a total of 127 exhibits.
An exhibition paying tribute to Deng Sanmu takes place at Heilongjiang Museum in Harbin on June 6. [Photo/people.cn]
A selection of Deng Sanmu’s calligraphy writings on display at Heilongjiang Museum. [Photo/people.cn]
Visitors admire the artwork of Deng Sanmu at Heilongjiang Museum on June 6. [Photo/people.cn]
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