b. 1953, China

Liu Dan Biography

Liu Dan (born in Najing, 1953) is a living master of ink painting. From a very young age he studied Confucian classics, poetry, and calligraphy with his grandfather. As an adult he contiued to study traditional painting at Jiangsu Academy of Chinese painting, and in 1981 he moved to the United States where he stayed for 25 years. His early years of study coupled with his time in the west formed his very personal style. 

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Liu Dan’s work is in the collections of The Arthur M. Sackler Museum of the Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA; The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY; Musée Guimét, Paris; San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA; Andrew Mellon Foundation, New York, NY. He currently lives and works in Beijing.

Liu Dan Featured Artworks

Cloud Root Stone by Liu Dan contemporary artwork works on paper
Liu Dan Cloud Root Stone Ink on paper
143 x 367 cm
Asia Art Center Contact Gallery

Liu Dan Recent Exhibitions

Liu Dan Represented By

Asia Art Center contemporary art gallery in Taipei, Taiwan Asia Art Center Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei

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