The China Museum of Fine Arts
The China Museum of Fine Arts is located on May 4th Street in Dongcheng District, Beijing. Founded in 1958, it is one of the top ten buildings of China's 10th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. It covers an area of more than 30,000 square meters, a building area of 17,051 square meters, and an exhibition area of 6,000 square meters. The main building is an antique attic type, with a yellow glazed roof and surrounded by a gallery. With a distinctive ethnic architectural style, it is a national plastic art museum that focuses on collecting, researching, and displaying the works of Chinese modern and modern artists. In June 1963, Chairman Mao Zedong wrote the amount of the "China Museum of Fine Arts" and clarified the status and nature of the National Museum of Fine Arts of the Chinese Art Museum.
The China Museum of Fine Arts has collected more than 100,000 works of modern art and folk art works. It mainly focuses on the works of the period before and after the founding of New China. It also has masterpieces of artists from the early years of the people, the Qing Dynasty, and the late Ming Dynasty. Among them, only Qi Baishi's works have 410 pieces. In addition to collecting, keeping, displaying and studying Chinese fine art works and folk art works, the museum is also responsible for hosting exhibitions of various types of Chinese and foreign art works, conducting academic exchanges of Fine Arts at home and abroad, and establishing Chinese modern art historical materials and art archives. Editing and publishing collections, theoretical collections and other tasks.
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