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Hundreds of artworks by both Taiwanese artists and renowned Western painters will be displayed at an exhibition featuring the art collections of Lin Ming-che (林明哲), chairman of the Taipei-based Mountain Arts, Culture, and Education Foundation.
The exhibits include 199 works by Taiwanese, mainland Chinese, and Western artists of different generations and artistic styles. Among them are Taiwan's first generation of artists Yen Shui-lung (顏水龍) and Liu Chih-hsiang (劉啟祥), American artist Philip Pearlstein, and French painter Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, as well as contemporary Chinese artists Zhao Wuji (趙無極) and Wu Guanzhong (劉國松).
To instill a deeper appreciation of the arts, Lin founded the Mountain Arts, Culture, and Education Foundation in 1992. The foundation has since organized over 300 solo and joint exhibitions at home and abroad, all the while emphasizing on research and art history.
The exhibition will be held at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall between April 25 and May 25.