Lin, Youzhi (1948 ---) Mr. Lin, who was referraled by his father, was under the tutelage of Professor Binhong Huang. With Porfessor Huang, Mr. Lin often questioning of his studying and respectful with Porfessor Huang’s lessons so obtaining the true mass of art. Principal Tianshou Pan title says in his art work, “Changwu Rendi’s archaism of work’s that have strokes deep and honest and with profound ink, extremely unique.” Professor Wuchang Zheng title says, “The wonderful beauty of imitate the ancient works is to similar rather than it seems to be, and Changwu is quite obtained.” Mr. Lin was guided by his father Binhong Huang to study poetry, prose, song, and calligraphy. After age 16, Mr. Lin widely travel famous mountains and rivers, which are throughout the provinces, such as Xinjiang, Sichuang, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Shandong, Anhui, and Fujian; he travels tens of thousands of miles and meticulous authoring when returned. His mind hills and gullies, free and easy informality, pen moves sophistication profound, ink vigorous and fountain; Mr. Lin reuses ink and wash, and his works with appropriately black and white, the ethereal all over the authority; he uses traditional way to show the new look of mountains and rivers, express the feelings of the era, non-separated french example; his works have both huanglao heritage method and sanweng charm, shifa stands apart. Mr. Lin obtained the true mass from Professor Huang Bin, which is really rare in the world today. Although there is sun offensive everywhere during Mr. Youzhi Lin’s ripe old age, he has two magic formulas of indian governance: “Eighty as a child” and “Octogenarian but not Senescence”.
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