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Lian later passed this passion for pastel art to his son Lian Fang, a Shanghai-based painter.
Now, dozens of Lian Fang’s pastel works, mostly portraits, are being sh
own at an exhibition, Pastel, at Beijing’s Ici Labas gallery, which runs through July 14.
Lian Fang’s paintings present the special charm of pastel drawing. Also, the pain】
ter has incorporated the style of liubai (leaving blanks) from classic Chinese painting into his creations.