Exhibition Highlight

Hua Gallery is pleased to highlight a set of stunning watercolours by our artist Qu Leilei, currently exhibiting in our online exhibition Silent Revelations - Qu Leilei - The Great Master of Ink.

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From top to bottom: Study 1, 2, 3, 4, 2013, 31x28cm, watercolour and pencil on paper


“As Qu Leilei’s artistic repertoire incorporates various styles I could not help myself but select another few of his stunning sketches and tiny delicate watercolours for this exhibition. Clearly different from his realistic black and white nudes, these works show a freehand simplicity and exude a genuine freshness running through lines and compositions….”
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Dagmar Carnevale Lavezzoli  
Contemporary Chinese Art Specialist
Curator of Silent Revelations - Qu Leilei - The Great Master of Ink

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