​Chen Chi 

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Chen Chi (1912 - 2005)

"The Asian influence in Chen Chi's work is always to be found in his persisent search for essential meaning.  This, combined with his extraordinary mastery of brush and color, make him unique among artists."

                

- Pearl S. Buck, 1960 

Tony Bennet and Chen Chi at Elizabeth Wang Gallery Opening 1998
Tony Bennet and Chen Chi at Elizabeth Wang Gallery Opening 1998
Placido Domingo and Mr. & Mrs Chen Chi
Placido Domingo and Mr. & Mrs Chen Chi
Elizabeth B. Wang and Chen Chi at Gallery's Opening in 1998
Elizabeth B. Wang and Chen Chi at Gallery's Opening in 1998
Chen Chi at Elizabeth Wang Gallery
Chen Chi at Elizabeth Wang Gallery
Chen Chi and Elizabeth B. Wang at Gallery's Opening 2000
Chen Chi and Elizabeth B. Wang at Gallery's Opening 2000
Chen Chi at Bank of China's Opening
Chen Chi at Bank of China's Opening
Chen Chi Memorial Service at the National Arts Club
Chen Chi Memorial Service at the National Arts Club
Chen Chi Art Museum in Shanghai
Chen Chi Art Museum in Shanghai
Chen Chi and Elizabeth B. Wang before the Gallery Opening in 2000
Chen Chi and Elizabeth B. Wang before the Gallery Opening in 2000

"Aquarelles de Chen Chi" - A Retrospective Exhibition

Commemorating the World Cultural Summit

Palace of Versailles, France

 

June 15 - July 7, 2000

 

The Elizabeth Wang Gallery was honored to organize the first-ever exhibition of a living Chinese artist at the Palace of Versailles in France, commemorating the First World Cultural Summit. 

 

Chen Chi, an internationally renowned watercolorlist, developed a unique style which bridges Eastern sensibilities and Western techniques as well as historical and contemporary settings.

 

This event highlighted the Gallery’s mission to promote cultural exchanges around the world. Li Zhaoxing, Chinese Ambassador to the United States provided the following letter of support:

 

“Congratulation to the Elizabeth Wang Gallery and Chen Chi, our great artist, for your combined achievements in promoting global cultural exchange at such a high level.” 

 

The Art Times reported in its special coverage of this historic event for the First World Cultural Summit at the Palace of Versailles.