Qi Chengxiang is a chinese painter, born in 1952 in Liaoning Province, Qi's devotion to his work has been tireless. After graduating from the Luxun Academy of Fine Arts in 1977, he completed his master's degree at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing in 1987.

While attending the Central Academy of the research department, Qi mastered different styles and techniques, exploring a wide range of techniques, from impressionism to realism. His paintings reveal the influence of the Dutch School of Art and the virtuosity of the Italian Renaissance.
His work reflects a special sensitivity to light combined with saturated colors, within a poetic composition. His refined and elegant style is characterized by portraits of modest young women in traditional Chinese dress, his youth and quiet innocence captured on canvas for eternity.

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