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BÉNYI LÁSZLÓ
BÉNYI LÁSZLÓ
DANIEL LEE (LEE XIAO-JING)
FREUD LUCIAN
Ib Kofod Larsen
JAHAN LOH
LAI CHUAN-CHIEN
LAI PING-SUNG
LAI TSE-HSIANG
LAI WEI-YEN
LAI WU-HSIUNG
LAI YIH
LAN JUNG-HSIEN
LANG JING-SHAN
LEE CHIN-CHU
LEE GIL-WOO
LEE JAE-SUN
LEE JUNG-WOONG
LEE KUANG-YU
LEE KUEN-LIN
LEE KYUNG-HWA
LEE LIANG
LEE MING-YEN
LEE SUN-DON
LEE TZE-FAN
LEE WON-CHUL
LEE WOO-LIM
LEE YIH-HONG
LEE YOUNG-HA
LEE YUNG-HAN
LENG JUN
LI CHAO-JIN
LI CHEN
LI CHIEN-CHUNG
LI CHUN
LI CHUNG-SHENG
LI DONG-MING
LI FANG
LI GUI JUN
LI JI-KAI
LI JI-SEN
LI JIAN-MIAO
LI JIN-HAN
LI JUN
LI LU-MING
LI MEI-SHU
LI MING ZE
LI MING-HUA
LI MU (LEE MU)
LI QING-PING
LI RUI
LI SHI-CHIAO
LI SHUANG
LI SIANG-FONG
LI TAO
LI XIAN-FENG
LI XIAO-FENG
LI YAN-JUN
LI ZI-JIAN
LIANG PING-CHENG
LIANG YI-FENG
LIAO CHI-CHUN
LIAO PEN-SHEN
LIAO SHIOU-PING
LIAO TE-CHENG
LIAO WEN-TAN
LIAO YU-AN
LIAW ZHENG HUI
LIEN CHIEN-HSING
LIN CHIH-CHU
LIN CHIN-HSIEN
LIN CHIN-LIN
LIN DA-CHUAN
LIN FENG-MIAN
LIN HSI-TANG
LIN HSIEN-TSUNG
LIN JUN-HUI
LIN LI-ZI
LIN LIANG TSAI
LIN MO
LIN PAO-CHIA
LIN SHU-YAO
LIN SHUN-SHIUNG
LIN TIAN-RUI
LIN WEN-CHANG
LIN WEN-CHIANG
LIN YU-SHAN
LIN YUAN
LIU CHI-HSIANG
LIU CHUAN
LIU GUO SHU
LIU GUO-SONG
LIU HAN-WEN
LIU HONG
LIU JIE
LIU JING-HONG
LIU JIU-TONG
LIU KENG-I
LIU KENG-KU
LIU KUN-JIN
LIU MAI
LIU SHIH-FEN
LIU SU
LIU WAN-NIAN
LIU WEI
LIU XIN-TAO
LIU YE
LIU YI-WEN
LIU YONG-GANG
LO CHAN-PENG
LO YU-CHUN
LU CHEN-SHIH
LU CHENG-GANG
LU CHI-CHENG
LU CHUN-TAO
LU GUO-YING
LU HSIEN-MING
LU RONG CHEN
LU SHU-CHEN
LU SHUN
LU YI-PIN
LUO FA-HUI
LUO JIANG-JUN
LUO QING-YUN
LUO RUEY
LUO ZHENG-HUANG
LUO ZHONG-LI
Lu Zheng-Yuan
MARIE LAURENCIN
MAX LIU (LIU CHI-WEI)
MICHAEL LAU (LAU JIAN-WEN)
MICHAEL LIN
WIFREDO LAM
LIU YONG-GANG劉永剛
INNER MONGOLIA, CHINAb.1964
Liu is a renowned oil painter and sculpture artist born in 1964 in Genhe city, Mongolia.  He is a chamber of China Artist Society and China Sculpture Society.  His works successfully endow contemporary and international meaning in traditional Chinese elements no matter in oils, sculpture, and water ink.  In the use of color, his art reflects the idea that things develop in the opposite when they become extreme.  He mentioned that during his days in Central Art College, being realistic is urged that students always adapt the classic color tone which they nicknamed it “the color of soy sauce.”  His discovery toward Chinese characters begins with calligraphy but is not limited; he devotes more attention to the shape and sign of them.  He realizes the composed elements and visual power of characters and converts them in composition, making them stand up from flat surface to dimensional space to pose their figures and charm.  His creative re-creation for Chinese characters provides viewers with a new vision and lead us to reconsider the uniqueness of Chinese characters.      
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