Li Huayi’s Immortal Mountain: Pureland Light from 2013 pays tribute to tradition while taking Chinese ink painting into the future.  Contemporary ink painting is not only emerging as a "hot stock" across the auction scene, but it is also leaving its mark in art galleries and world-class art museums. After five years of preparation, Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China opened at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art late last year.

Li Huayi’s Immortal Mountain: Pureland Light from 2013 pays tribute to tradition while taking Chinese ink painting into the future. Contemporary ink painting is not only emerging as a "hot stock" across the auction scene, but it is also leaving its mark in art galleries and world-class art museums. After five years of preparation, Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China opened at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art late last year.

Xie An at East Mountain 	: Attributed to Lou Guan (active mid- to late 13th century) 	China; Southern Song (1127-1279) to Yuan (1279-1368) period, late 13th century 	 Hanging scroll; Ink and slight color on silk

Xie An at East Mountain : Attributed to Lou Guan (active mid- to late 13th century) China; Southern Song (1127-1279) to Yuan (1279-1368) period, late 13th century Hanging scroll; Ink and slight color on silk

Chinese ancient painter Li Cheng's "Buddhist Temple in Mountain." These mountains have been my inspiration for years now. RmG

Chinese ancient painter Li Cheng's "Buddhist Temple in Mountain." These mountains have been my inspiration for years now. RmG

Wang Wuxie (Wucius Wong, b.1936) , RELIEF 14 ink and colour on paper, framed

Wang Wuxie (Wucius Wong, b.1936) , RELIEF 14 ink and colour on paper, framed

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